Virtual machines and OS X

Scott Schreckengaust scott at
Wed Nov 19 06:33:25 PST 2014

Have you tried setting the date on the system back and trying?

On Nov 18, 2014, at 8:43 PM, James Linder <jam at> wrote:

> On 19 Nov 2014, at 4:00 am, macports-users-request at wrote:
> I don't recall clearly but I think I wanted to run Snow Leopard in a
> VM.  Either 64- or 32-bit would be fine.  If either Parallels or
> VMWare would work for me I'd really like to hear about it because I
> really do want to support the older iDevices with Warp Life, but I
> don't want to have to buy yet another Mac just for that.  It's not the
> money it's that I already own a whole bunch of computing devices, I
> don't want to have another taking up space.

Actually it is messier yet. You cannot install xcode on Snow Leopard any longer. Since this is a foobar of great magnitude (and exists because the certificate Apple uses to install xcode has expired) one can hope that they will fix the error. MEANWHILE unless you have a working development system you can’t get one (at lease for snow leopard and when I tried to install snowleopard from the supplied DVDs)

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