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Unlikely. I wrote an answer to a similar question that addressed the topic of using a a full blown hypervisor versus the framework that's built into macOS. The framework fits Docker's model which was best described (can't remember who said it to me) as "single function blocks" and that model works perfectly with Apple's hypervisor's framework - a ...


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Big Sur is a developer beta, not a public release beta. The difference being is that it's released to software developers so they have a relatively decent platform to begin work on getting their applications compatible with the new release of macOS. It's not meant for end users to gain access to the bleeding edge of macOS tech because you want the latest ...


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I have made a small script for fixing the permission and that creates a new raw image with the correct UUID: #!/bin/bash UUID="BDA52A9B-E398-4245-AF6B-6C274F54D4BD" VBOXFILE=Linux.vmdk DEVICE_IDENTIFIERIDENTIFIER=$(diskutil info $UUID | grep "Device Identifier:" - | grep -o "disk." - ) DISK="/dev/$DEVICE_IDENTIFIERIDENTIFIER" echo "using $DISK" if test -...


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First I should mention this question was already asked and answered back in February. See Installing Catalina OS in VirtualBox? The comments and accepted answer read like a historical record of all the problems encountered with previous versions of VirtualBox. However, most of these problems have been fixed. The current version of VirtualBox is 6.1.8 r137981 ...


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This is gonna be an overview of the process which I completed a few months ago. It doesn't require spending money on commercial software just a bit of fiddling. I haven't investigated recently but last I looked VirtualBox doesn't support APFS or booting from APFS. So that is part of the problem. Maybe it has been fixed in the last few months, I don't really ...


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This fixed it: sudo kextcache --clear-staging


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