- Anyone run MacOS in a VM as a pseudo-hackintosh?
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- Is there a vSphere Client for Linux and Mac?
Once created in vSphere Client the vmx can be modified in Workstation 10, and if "Hardware compatibility:" has been upgraded to "Workstation I love this stuff and have run many different hypervisor and hosted products in a nested environment.
All the unlocker code tests are run this way, before running on real hardware. I certainly think it is worth while documenting this.
Anyone run MacOS in a VM as a pseudo-hackintosh?
How do I run the unlocker on the ESXi host itself? Sorry for the delay, yes I will put up the "How to" over the weekend, I sent Donk the instructions for a sanity check before posting, just need to check it all worked OK, stay tuned, i will drop you a PM when the post is available. No problem.
Using it now to try some alternative ways to patch ESXi without using vmtar files. Thanks for the notes on how to do it. Any experience? Any performance penalties? As per this post I see no way to actually install Maverick You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Already have an account? Sign in here. Multi-booting and Virtualisation. Existing user?
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Sign in with Twitter. Posted September 23, edited. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted September 24, Also based on your post, I assume version 1. Yes it does.
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Posted September 25, Posted September 29, Same here, yes please! Posted October 3, Posted November 1, Any news regarding the guide? Posted November 2, Finished replicating it yesterday and worked for me. So good to go for posting. Posted November 4, Posted November 9, Originally, this simply meant that vCenter didn't need to run on a Windows server. You could use the original Web Client from a Mac to manage configurations and do power control on VMs.
But since the old Web Client didn't allow a Mac to interact with the console of a VM, it was a little limiting. Without VM console access , you cannot install an operating system in a VM. With the release of vSphere 5. There are still some gaps in the Web Client, namely integration with other services.
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Since both of these products require Windows machines to run the server components, there shouldn't be too much trouble. Install the vSphere client on these servers and use the old RDP access method.
One of the interesting areas is non-GUI administration. While none of those options are great for managing vSphere from a Mac, there is a great Fling called the vSphere Ruby Console. Like any CLI tool, the Ruby console has a bit of a learning curve, but after a while, you should be able to do a fair bit of CLI management. The downside of the vSphere Ruby Console is, like all Flings, there is no commercial support.
Is there a vSphere Client for Linux and Mac?
The path to managing vSphere with a Mac has been a slow process. For a long time, the only option was to control a Windows machine from the Mac. It has taken a while, but there has been some progress for Mac tools to manage vSphere directly. The ideal way to get a platform-independent management console with rich interaction is through HTML5.
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