virtual machine for 10.5 intel ?

Ken Cunningham ken.cunningham.webuse at
Tue Oct 3 19:08:15 UTC 2017

Thanks for the ideas,


On 2017-10-03, at 12:49 AM, Mojca Miklavec wrote:

> On 3 October 2017 at 05:01, Ken Cunningham wrote:
>> if anyone would care to enlighten me on the best approach to making a VM for 10.5 intel, I would appreciate it. This is the only system I have that I can’t presently see a way to virtualize.
> I didn't actually try it, but (other technical solution aside)
> officially you need the server version of 10.5 (up to 10.7 it was
> necessary to have Mac OS X Server to be legally allowed to virtualize
> it). You can probably download it if you have a paid developer account
> at Apple.
> (Or random googling reveals unconfirmed information like
> For a while I
> was actually looking at official ways to purchase 10.6 Server for
> virtualization, but I could only find "insanely expensive" options for
> a long-obsolete OS and I really didn't want to spend 150 EUR or so for
> a copy. I didn't know about an option to download it from the payed
> developer account back then.)
> There's pretty detailed information about how to get Tiger working:
> but I'm not sure if the same applies to Leopard (neither did I try that).
> Mojca

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