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You're better off just getting the data moved, instead of really moving the installation itself. Personally I think it's a benefit that you actually get a clean system to start from - but I guess that depends on the person. I see this guy did it with Windows, from Parallels to a Boot camp installation: ...
Each OS X installation is specific to the hardware model and characteristics of the Mac. The installer creates a set of drivers and configuration files for the specific hardware. So you cannot really clone from VM unless it is exactly the same as your Mac Mini. Try migration. I am not sure if you can migrate from a VM but you can always try. Make sure that ...
Ubuntu or Mint are the distros I'd recommend. They're both well-supported. Also, don't pay much attention to Torvalds. The man has an opinion on everything, and he isn't always right... I mean, he made the Linux kernel into a Monolithic kernel, and that has its issues.
It runs parallels absolutely fine, I use it to run autodesk design review on external monitor whilst having Mac running excel on macbook screen, no issues and very pleased that it can do it as well as my 16Gb Ram quad core MBPro.
You will not be able to install OS X Tiger on a modern Mac due to lack of hardware driver support. Apple's license agreement for OS X did not allow virtualization at all until Snow Leopard Server and Lion, so virtualization software such as VirtualBox, VMWare Fusion, and Parallels Desktop do not support running Tiger in a Virtual Machine. If you need to ...
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