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I had tried all the various boot / reboot combinations and nothing worked until I added the Thunderbolt to Ethernet adaptor. The next time I started up the Windows Boot Camp partition I could enable Hyper V.
After I installed rEFInd to triple boot my MF839 Macbook (Win10, Ubuntu, OSX), to enable Virtualization on Windows 10, first I boot to OSX, then when it's login screen appear, I hit the restart button so the mac restart again then I choose Windows 10 from rEFInd.
Generally speaking the Mac will treat an .ISO file the same as a .DMG file, at least in my experience... So put the file on your Mac and double click on it and see what happens. Failing that rename it to .DMG and try again. It is quite possible that the .ISO file you have is the Windows version and has only the Windows installers on it (Setup.exe or ...
It depends on the system installed on the SSD. If the Mac Pro is capable of booting with it and it fits physically, then I see no problem why it shouldn't work. MacPro1,1 - 2,1: max system version: 10.7.5 MacPro3,1 - 6,1: max system version: latest all MacBookPros 2008 (4,1 and 5,1) can run the latest system Usually all necessary drivers for any Mac ...
While it's using "good old chroot(8)", I started a project that tend to mimic docker's behavior on OS X and NetBSD. It's Free-as-in-speech and is available on GitHub. As the README says, this project is neither about security nor production, but will help testing full stacks natively on your workstation.
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