provide latest OS root certificates via port?

James jam at
Fri Oct 29 23:38:24 UTC 2021

> On 30 Oct 2021, at 12:02 am, Richard L. Hamilton <rlhamil at> wrote:
> I have VMs of a couple of old macOS / OS X versions, because I want continued access to the features that have been removed in more recent versions (32-bit user land support in Mojave, ability to run PowerPC apps and executables in Snow Leopard).
> But the old machine that ran Snow Leopard is pretty much dead (why I built a Snow Leopard VM with all its apps copied over to replace it before it died completely). So everything runs on newer systems, but I can still run the old OS versions as VMs if I need them.
> One might of course need more $$ to obtain a newer system (although one can probably scrounge a deal on a newer enough used one, if one is careful).
> So I'm not sure what the limitation would be to ONLY using an old system - although if businesses or bureaucrats are involved, limitations may not be sensible.

What VMs do you use. I find VBox unusable Parallels works nicely, but John Hoyt, doing stuff for mythtv found VBox to be ok..

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