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The iPad's processor's power is way too small to run Xcode. You can let Apple think about it or just get a Mac.
I ended up my need by using Online simulators which perfectly resembles the actual devices output. Here are the links for online simulators... http://transmog.net/ https://www.browserstack.com/list-of-browsers-and-platforms?product=live#ios
The iOS simulator is a large chunk of iOS compiled for OS X (minus the app store, among other things). You won't be able to port it without the source code, which Apple isn't going to share. iOS development can be done on other platforms, but you're not going to get the simulator.
Have a look at this SO thread: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11246070/cp-parents-option-on-mac cp is available on OS X, but it does not support the --parents option, as I guessed. Instead of using cp --parents, replace it with ditto as mentioned in the SO answer.
First of all let me tell you that there is definitely a way of removing the caps lock delay. I myself prefer to use caps lock over shift just from a comfort perspective, with caps lock being closer to my pinky finger than shift the majority of the time. The solution is quite elusive, and you wouldn't really know you removed it unless you were specifically ...
airmon-ng is a part of Aircrack-ng and if you want to use the Aircrack-ng software suite in a VM you'll need to provide your own USB Wi-Fi Network Adapter attached directly to the VM since Parallels, VMware Fusion and VirtualBox, only provide a wired Ethernet adapter to the VM.
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