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Virtualized Mac OS X Leopard Server on VMware Fusion 2.0

Link: Virtual Leopard Server, Uncaged: Virtualized Mac OS X Leopard Server on VMware Fusion 2.0.

 

As you many of you may recall, at Macworld in January, we gave you a preview of Mac OS X Leopard Server installing and running as a virtual machine on Mac OS X

Well, in honor of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference,
currently in full-swing in San Francisco, the VMware Fusion team is
excited to announce that Mac OS X Leopard Server will be our 61st
supported virtualized operating system, and will be available in VMware
Fusion 2.0’s next beta (get the current beta here). 

One thought on “Virtualized Mac OS X Leopard Server on VMware Fusion 2.0

  1. Chris Mahoney

    Why only Server? I’ve seen a few people say that Client can’t be run in a VM due to the licence, but I’ve just been through the printed licence that came with my copy of Leopard Client and I can’t find anything forbidding it. Is the licensing argument true? If so, which clause does it violate?

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