While browsing i found an interesting tool in sourceforge.net it says
Mac-on-Linux is a Linux/PPC program that virtualizes Mac OS or Mac OS X in Linux.
Is it legal In india?
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On Apple hardware, yes - as of OSX Lion / Lion Server. Otherwise, no - it's a violation of the EULA.
It's a violation if its not on apple hardware. For the record that is for OS X ppc only. It doesn't work with anything recent at all.
Thanks i got solution from askubuntu
It's against the EULA, but in general, each provision of a EULA is treated separately (at least, according to Wikipedia), i.e. so a part of a EULA might be found to be legally non-binding. The legality depends on where you are, but if you're in the US, I would guess it's illegal because of the DMCA. Apple sued a clone manufacturer(Psystar) several years ago for selling machines with OS X installed on them. They sued under several different legal reasons, but one of them was that Apple uses encryption methods protected under the DMCA to keep OS X from being installed on non-Apple hardware. The court found that indeed the DMCA was violated and Apple won. via cs
It is a violation but it runs so crappy if your using VirtualBox anyway (also no guest additions) that you couldn't do anything worth while in it anyway.
there is alot of graphics problems and it makes the OS pretty much unusable.