Licence does allow running Mac OS X Server version in virtual machine. Oracle VirtualBox, Parallels (?) and VMWare already supports running Mac OS X in virtual machine.
This still might mean that it requires Apple approved hardware and host OS must be Mac OS X. -david On 2011.03.28, at 15:50, Mark Gardner wrote: > The main problem is that Apple's license does not allow it. > > Mark > > On Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 8:40 AM, Waldron, Michael H <mwald...@email.unc.edu> > wrote: > Has anyone written a provisioning module to deploy Mac OS-X images on the > VCL? I know very little about Mac but it appears to be very Unix-like under > the covers. > > > Mike Waldron > > Systems Specialist > > ITS Research Computing > > University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill > > CB 3420, ITS Manning, Rm 2509 > > 919-962-9778 > > > > > > -- > Mark Gardner > -- >