Mac on Linux is a software package for Linux running on a PowerPC processor. It will allow you to run MacOS in a virtual machine.
It is similar in concept to VMWare GSX, where the disk images are stored in the host’s file system but the guest VM screen is not tied to the host’s screen.
I’m running it on an old Power Computing PowerCurve Mac clone. It has been upgraded to a 225MHz PPC 604 CPU and 128MB ram.
- Yellow Dog Linux version 3.0 for the host
- MacOS 9.1 for the guests
Submitted by amillar on Sun, 2004-02-01 21:01