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Ever wanted to try out the famous Mac OS X operating system for yourself without getting a mac? Now you can, by using the x86 emulation software VMware Workstation (or Server), and to make it better, on a PC running Windows! Read on for more information:

Ever since Apple made the move to Intel processors, hackers have been trying hard to modify the x86 version of OS X to run on a PC. And, of course, they have indeed succeeded in doing it. Various hackers have released hacked ISO torrents that can be installed on PCs. However, this violates the Apple EULA agreement and there are legal issues with using the ISOs. The legal ways to obtain a copy would be:

1) Become an Apple Developer ($500 membership)

2) Buy a real mac, deactivate the copy of OS X and install it on a PC (this way would be pointless because the whole point is to run OS X without getting a mac). This way also somewhat violates the EULA because the agreement says that you can’t run OS X on non-Apple hardware.

Its best to get a legal copy of the ISO because then you can install the software without worry about malicious software or about the software phoning home.

With that said, lets begin.

System Requirements:

  • Processor supporting SSE2 or SSE3 instructions (Use CPU-Z for Windows to check)
  • Windows 2000 or higher/Linux (Mandrake, SUSE, or Red Hat)
  • DVD-RW drive if you are burning the ISO

Software Requirements:

  • VMware Server (Free) or VMware Workstation 5 (commercial, recommended) or higher. VMware 6 is recommended.
    Note: VMware ACE Editions apparently do not work with networking in Mac OS X. Read More
    Attention Vista users: VMware Workstation 5.5 will not work. You need Workstation 6
  • Mac OS x86 ISO; For test purposes ONLY, in this guide the «JaS Mac OS X 10.4.8 Intel/AMD SSE2 SSE3 PPF1+PPF2» ISO will be used. Mac specific DVDs cannot be used.
  • Burning software to burn the ISO to DVD (optional, recommended)
  • Blank 4.7GB DVD+R/DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+RW disc (if you are burning)
  • Daemon Tools or Virtual Clone Drive (if you are not burning the ISO)

Step 1: Install software

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Install all the software that is required. VMware is mandatory. If you are going to burn the ISO file to a DVD (recommended), you will need burning software such as NTI CD/DVD Maker or Nero Burning ROM. If you aren’t going to burn the disc, then you will need drive emulation software such as Daemon Tools or Virtual Clone Drive.

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Step 2a: Burn the ISO (if you are burning)

Use your favourite burning software to burn the ISO image to DVD. Insert the bruned DVD into your optical drive.

Step 2b: Mount the image (if you are not burning)

Mount the OS x86 DVD ISO file in Daemon Tools or Virtual Clone Drive (You can use Alcohol 120% if you want). You cannot mount the ISO directly in VMware because VMware cannot properly read HFS+ images (thats the format the Mac OS ISO is in)

Step 3: Configure VMware

Note: In this guide, VMware Workstation 6 will be used. VMware Server or Workstation 5 can be used, but Workstation 6 is strongly recommended.

  • On the home page, click «Create new virtual machine» to bring up the dialog below:
  • Important Note: If you are installing directly to a physical drive or partition (ignore this tip if you don’t know what this is, its an advanced option) choose the Custom option and when you get to the screen that deals with hard drives, set VMware to access a physical partition or disk
  • Choose Other as the Guest OS and choose Other for the version. Click Next
  • Note: There are several Guest OSes that you can choose for Mac OS X. The best are:

– Windows NT <--- Works very well
– Other , Other
– Linux , Other Linux
– Other , FreeBSD

  • Speed-up tip: Store the virtual machine in a partition or hard disk that is separate from the current partition/hard disk that you are currently using. This will make the virtual machine somewhat faster.
  • Click «Use network address translation (NAT)» if you are using a official legal copy of OS x86 or «Use host-only networking» if you are using a hacked ISO image (for test purposes, of course 🙂 to prevent Mac OS X from registering itself during installation
  • Choose a disk size (6GB is minimum). If you choose 6GB, you will have 1.5GB of space left after installation for your own programs. Any size is OK as long as you have the hard drive space. Check the «Allocate all disk space now» checkbox (not necessary, but it improves speed). Choose «Split disk into 2GB files» if you are putting the virtual machine on a FAT32 partition. Click Finish and wait till the virtual disk is created.
  • Click on «Floppy» and click Remove (You don’t need floppies for OS X)
  • Click on «Memory» and on the right, adjust the memory amount to about half your actual system memory.
  • Click «CD-ROM (IDE 1…» and on the right, select your virtual image drive/physical drive from the drop-down menu. Click OK to return back to Home. Close VMware Workstation or Server.
  • If you wish, you can click «Add» to add a USB Controller (not tested)

Step 4: Edit VMware config file

  • Navigate to the folder where you placed your virtual machine
  • Note: For networking in 10.4.8, add the line ethernet0.virtualDev=»e1000″ to the file
  • Note: Sometimes, the line scsi0.present=»TRUE» won’t work. Change it to scsi0.present=»FALSE». However, on the test machine, this was not required.
  • Speed-up tip: set the guestOS line to «guestOS = «darwin»
  • Save the file. The end result should look somewhat like this:
  • Note: If you make any changes to the virtual machine in the VMware interface after editing the file, all changes will be lost

Step 5: Configure VM BIOS

This is not exactly necessary, but it will make the VM a lot faster

  • Go back into VMware and click the green triangle to start your machine
  • Quickly click inside the VM window (this lets you control the VM)
  • Go into the Advanced tab >> I/O Device Configuration
  • Disable all Serial ports, Parallel ports, and Floppy Disk controllers
  • Press F10 to save and exit. The machine will reboot.

Step 6: Partition/Format the hard drive

  • If you have mounted the ISO/inserted the DVD, the machine should boot to the DVD. It prompts you to press any key to continue Mac OS X installation. Click inside the screen and press a key to start the installer
  • Note: If you are using a JaS 10.4.8 image without PPF1, the image will not boot in VMware.
  • After a long log/script of commands, the friendly installer screen will come up telling you to choose a language. Choose a language and click the Arrow to Continue
  • The DVD will prepare the installer and the main screen will come up
  • In Disk Utility, choose your VMware hard drive from the left. In the main area, click the Partition tab
  • Make sure the format is set to «Mac OS Extended (Journaled)»
  • Once the process is done, click the red X button to close Disk Utility and relaunch the installer
  • Note: If you are using a JaS 10.4.8 image that is not patched with PPF2, the new partition will not be usable. Get a new image OR use a previous version image (10.4.7, etc.) to partition.
  • Choose your newly formatted virtual HD and click Continue again
  • The Printer Drivers and the Hardware support are useless. You can install the Language Translations and Additional Fonts if you use a language other than English. You can install X11 if you want to (It lets you run Linux packages). Finally, choose the patch that is right for your CPU (AMD or Intel). Choose everything you need and click Install
  • Note: If you get a Kernel stack error in VMware after installation, ignore it and click OK
  • After the machine restarts, if all goes well, Mac OS X should boot!
  • Speed-up tip – After installation, go to SystemLibraryExtensions and delete AppleTPMACPI.kext if it exists

END OF INSTRUCTIONS



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Notes:

  • Press Ctrl + Alt to toggle between host and guest OS
  • VMware Tools is currently not available for OS X so you cannot run the VM at high resolutions. Some hackers are working on a way to use the Linux VMware Tools image to install it on OS X
  • The processor speed is equivalent to that of a low end G3

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– VMware OSx86 Networking Guide
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– VMware OSx86 Troubleshooting Guide
– VMware OSx86 FAQ
– OSx86 Search Engine

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Here are some notes on how I set up an installation of OS X Tiger (10.4)on an emulated PowerPC G4 using QEMU,on a modern x86_64 Mac.

This setup was performed using QEMU 5.0.0 (obtained via brew install qemu).

Note: at some point during this process -cdrom /dev/cdrom seems to have stopped working, but -cdrom /dev/disk2 works.

Step 1: Initial installation

In this step we will format the disk and perform the initial OS X installation.

Download a copy of the2Z691-5305-A OS X Tiger installation DVDand burn it to a physical DVD.

Note: for some reason qemu does not seem to be able to boot .iso files of the OS X installation DVD (using -cdrom tiger.iso),but if you burn that .iso to a physical DVD and then use -cdrom /dev/disk2, it works.

Boot the DVD to verify it works:

If you see the grey Apple logo, the DVD is working correctly with QEMU:

Quit QEMU and create a 127GB QEMU disk:

Boot the install DVD with the disk attached and being the installation. QEMU will exit when the installer reboots.

When the installer reaches the disk selection screen, there will be no disks to choose from, because the disk has not been partitioned yet:

Start up Disk Utility:

'Erase' the disk to partition and format it:

Quit Disk Utility and the installer should now see the newly formatted partition:

The install will take quite some time (over an hour). When it completes, it will reboot, which will cause QEMU to exit (due to the -no-reboot flag).

At this point you may (physically) eject the installation DVD (from your host Mac).

Mark the disk as read-only to prevent any accidental writes to it (which would cause any snapshots based on this disk to become corrupt):

Step 2: User account creation, system updates

In this step we will create a user account and install all of the system updates.

Create a snapshot of the disk (think of this as forking the hard drive):

The system updates can either be installed using the Software Update utility (iteratively repeated across many reboots),or you can download and install them manually.

The manual route is quicker because some of the updates are bundled, and you don't have to wait on Software Update to detect which updates have / haven't been installed yet.

To install the updates manually,download (on your host Mac) item #29 (Tiger_Updates.dmg_.zip)from the 'Mac OS X for PPC' pageof macintoshgarden.org.

Unzip that file and convert the dmg to a DVD image:

We can now use tiger-updates.cdr as a virtual DVD with QEMU.

Boot the G4 and create a user account:

Note: if you plan on using Software Update rather than tiger-updates.cdr, you man omit the -cdrom tiger-updates.cdr line from the above command.

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Note: this boot may take several minutes to get started.

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This install was set up with user macuser and password macuser:

This installation was set up with the Central timezone:

Disable the screen saver and power-saving features:

Open up System Preferences and:

  • Display & Screen Saver -> Screensaver -> Start screen saver -> Never
  • Energy Saver
    • Put the computer to sleep when it is inactive for -> Never
    • Put the display to sleep when the computer is inactive for -> Never

If you did not use Software Update, open up the Tiger_Updates 'DVD' and install all of the updates:

If you go with the updates DVD route, make sure you run Software Update at the end just to be sure you've covered everything.

Mark the snapshot read-only to prevent accidental writes to it:

Step 3: Web browser, video player, text editor

In this step we will install TenFourFox, VLC and TextWrangler.

Create a snapshot of the disk:

TenFourFox is a fork of the Firefox web browser which is currently supported on Tiger/PPC.Their website links to the latest version,FPR22.

The latest version of VLCfor Tiger/PPC is 0.9.10,which is still available from their downloads page.

The latest version of TextWranglerfor Tiger/PPC is 3.1,available via Bare Bonesor macintoshgarden.org.

Strangely, no combination of using Disk Utility and hdiutil to create .dmg or .cdr images of TenFourFox.app seemed to work with Tiger:

Note: in retrospect, perhaps this was an APFS vs. HFS+ issue?

I resorted to burning TenFourFox, VLC, and TextWrangler to a physical DVD and passing it through to QEMU.

Note: even burning to a physical CD-ROM didn't work -- it had to be a DVD.

Drag the applications into /Applications.

Shutdown the G4 and mark the disk read-only:

Step 4: Xcode, Tigerbrew

In this step we will set up a development environment for building modern Unix software.

Create a snapshot of the disk:

The latest version of Xcode Tools for Tiger/PPC is 2.5,which is still available via Apple (search for 'xcode 2.5' at https://developer.apple.com/download/more/, requires login),or via macintoshgarden.orgfrom their Xcode page.

Again, I had to burn this to a physical DVD in order to use it with QEMU.

Boot the G4 and install the Xcode Tools:

Tigerbrewis a fork of Homebrewfor PowerPC Macs running Tiger or Leopard.

Open up a terminal on the emulated G4 and use the following commands to install Tigerbrew:

Also, change Terminal.app to spawn a 'login' bash shell:

  • Terminal -> Preferences -> Execute this command -> /bin/bash -l

Don't forget to mark the disk image read-only:

Using these QEMU hard drive images

At this point we've created a series of four chained hard drive images:

We can squash these images into a single, combined, stand-alone hard drive image:

We can then boot using that combined image directly, without the use of any snapshots.This is analogous to having a real Mac with a physical hard drive:

Or, we could treat combined.qcow2 as a 'golden master'and create snapshots based off of it, perhaps to try out some experimental tigerbrew packages:

Perhaps in experiment-1.qcow2 we try out gcc-7, and in experiment-2.qcow2 we try out llvm, etc.

Each of these snapshots can be used with the above command line as the -hda argument:

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  • qemu-system-ppc .. -hda experiment-2.qcow2

We could even create further branches off of e.g. experiment-2.qcow2:

Perhaps we decide that experiment-2B.qcow2 was the keeper and the rest can be gotten rid of?

combined.qcow2 now contains the changes from experiment-2.qcow2 and experiment-2B.qcow2.

Thus far we've been branching off of the 'tip',but we could just as easily branch off several points in the snapshot tree.For example, if we hadn't merged the images into combined.qcow2,we could make a 'daily driver' snapshot for web browsing based off of 3-browser.qcow2,and a 'dev box' for doing development work based off of 4-tigerbrew.qcow2:

Let's say we accidentally hosed our dev box with a careless rm -rf /. Starting over with a new dev box is trivial:

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