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(UPDATED OCT 2022) How to install macOS (High Sierra 10.13, Mojave 10.14, Catalina 10.15, Big Sur 11) on Windows 10 in a VMware Workstation virtual machine including Google drive links to download the VMware VMDK virtual disk images.
This example is for installing High Sierra 10.13 on Windows 10 using VMware Workstation 15. This guide will also work for other versions of macOS e.g. Mojave 10.14, Catalina 10.15 or Big Sur 11. Google drive links to download the virtual disk images for these macOS versions are also included below.
1 Run VMWare macOS Unlocker2 Download macOS VMware VMDK disk image file from Google Drive3 Create macOS VMware Workstation Virtual Machine4 Edit the Virtual Machine settings5 Attach the recovery VMDK disk image6 Boot virtual machine from the recovery disk7 Run Disk utility to erase the OS disk8 Install macOS on the virtual machine9 Install VMware tools
The VMware VMDK images below are based on macOS recovery installation images, they are not the full macOS operating system installation image. The recovery installer will boot macOS and download the full operating system during setup.
We need to attach the macOS recovery disk image (that you downloaded in step 2) so we can boot the VM and run the macOS installer. The VM will have two hard disks attached - the recovery disk macOS-recovery.vmdk and another 100GB hard drive that we will install macOS onto
I had a perfectly working Mac OS 10.8.3 image for AMD in which I developed a quietly big app for iPhone. Don't know why, but today I tried installing VMWare tools because somebody was promising more performance with it and additional features like folder sharing between guest and host systems.
*Update 06/17/21* - A few of my readers in the comments below suggested changing the size of the image to 12900.1 & 13100.1 to account for all the current OS updates as this guide was written for the initial release of Big Sur. So please ignore the screenshot below that has a volume size of 12700.1m and follow the command above.
Now that the .iso is in the datastore, it's time to prep the host to be able to run macOS in a VM. There is an unlocker written in python that modifies the vmware-vmx file to allow macOS to boot. Without this unlocker, it simply doesn't work and just does a boot loop. It'll show the Apple Logo loading screen and then ultimately displays an error.
Hi, I install Big Sur on my PC, after installation it work fine, install an update 11.2 and still work fine, but 11.3 is not working it it crash back to the login screen also the 11.3 beta 2 and same thing. is there a fix using vmware workstation 16.0. thanks
Genio!!! Funcionó a la perfección!! Yo venía de windows 8,1 y reinstalé todo en windows 10, busqué mucho el el tema del windows 10 pero nada funcionaba.La imagen ya la tenía funcionando en windows 8.1 con VM versión 6.1.16Y con esto pude hacerla funcionar en windows 10 con VM 6.1.32.Muchas gracias por el aporte!
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I am a web developer but I am very new to running virtual machines, so you might need to explain things to me slowly, with all the jargon defined. I downloaded the preview version for free to run on my new MacBook Pro, which uses an M1 chip. Are you saying that the preview version should work if and only if I use VMWare tools If so, where can I get the explain-it-like-I'm-5 version of how to install VMWare tools, including which version to use (Mac, Windows) and how I make the disk image available to VMWare Fusion in the right way
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The installation consists of writing a raw disk image on the drive which will boot OpenWrt system.It may be a USB flash drive, USB SDcard reader with SDcard or in a SATA hard drive or SSD (recommended).You can do it either on a secondary PC, or booting the router machine with a Live CD/USB.
If you are using a Windows / macOS, you will need a program to extract the raw disk image from the compressed archive you downloaded.Then you will need to open the raw image file with a program that can write it on the drive you want to install OpenWrt on.
But attention must be taken for future upgrades.If extra partitions are added, you cannot use -combined.img.gz images anymore, because writing this type of image will override the drive's partition table and delete any existing extra partition, and also revert boot and rootfs partitions back to default size.
The 2 last options require more steps to execute, but have the advantage of leaving MBR partition intact, therefore keeping boot and rootfs partitions sizes (in case of having resized them) and any extra partitions.At this time they are the most recommended methods of upgrading.The only exception is when new OpenWrt image brings a newer version of GRUB2.Part of GRUB2 is stored close to MBR and outside of partitions area, so we need to write a full ext4-combined.img.gz to update it.
At the moment, it's not built a separated image file with boot partition, as it's available for rootfs.To be able to upgrade boot partition without overriding the whole drive, we must extract it from ext4-combined.img.gz, this requires a spare empty drive or a virtual machine.
We will end up with the partition image openwrt-19.07.8-x86-64-generic-ext4-boot.img.Back to OpenWRT machine/drive, if the drive is on sdd and GRUB2 boot partition is on sdd1, we can write the updated image with dd if=openwrt-19.07.8-x86-64-generic-ext4-boot.img of=/dev/sdd1.Note we're here writing on the partition sdd1, not on the drive sdd.
As said above, there are 2 options for upgrading rootfs partition, when we are using the ext4 file system and not squashfs: writing ext4-rootfs.img.gz image or uncompressing rootfs.tar.gz into existing partition.
Different from compiling, we can build our own custom image using the Image Builder.This doesn't compile the whole software, instead it downloads required packages from the same repository used by OpenWrt to install them.Image Builder builds the same image files used for installing and upgrading OpenWrt.
Due to that it's much simpler than compiling and offers great advantages, like adding directly to the image all packages we need, removing those we don't need, and also adding to it our config files.Having packages on the image, we don't need to reinstall all of them after an upgrade.And having our config files directly on the image, we don't need to reconfigure everything or copy all files from backup, which is specially difficult when default network configs don't work with our router's interfaces or it doesn't start with correct IP address.In many cases, OpenWrt will be back fully working on first boot after upgrading.
Another advantage for building a custom image is when the default rootfs partition size is too small to store all packages and we need to resize it.Note that, when following above procedures of installing then resizing partition and upgrading by writing partition image or extracting rootfs.tar.gz, we don't need to build the image with the final size of the partition.Doing so would result in the too large image file and would require enough RAM to store the whole file during building.It's recommended to use on the image just enough size to store all packages plus a small amount of free space.
Follow the Image Builder tutorial to setup the building environment using the x86/64 target.Once the building environment is setup, we use the make image command to build an image, which results on a set of files with the types of images described on this page.They are saved on bin/targets/x86/64 inside the building folder.
Because x86 hardware doesn't have profiles, we don't need to use the PROFILE parameter.With PACKAGES parameter we set all packages we want to add to or remove from default list.The command make info lists default packages list.FILES parameter is used to add custom config and script files to be added to the image, it points to a folder which represents root folder when OpenWrt is running.
For changing default partition sizes use parameters CONFIG_TARGET_KERNEL_PARTSIZE and CONFIG_TARGET_ROOTFS_PARTSIZE.We can either edit .config file on building folder or pass them directly to make image.Example CONFIG_TARGET_KERNEL_PARTSIZE=128 CONFIG_TARGET_ROOTFS_PARTSIZE=512.
For Raspberry Pi 3 and 3b (+), there are official images but only for the open source version ChromiumOS. I think an Raspberry 4 image was released but unofficial. I tested it for my 3B+ and it worked. But its very slow. VERY slow
Hello Sayan Maji, share info about installing Shrome os without uefi. Thanks for article, works greate on my dell 7250 with rummus image. I need chrome os in my acer acpire one pav70 non uefi laptop! Help if you know pls
A few questions:1.Is the process similar in installing drivers in ChromeOS as it is in Linux (since ChromeOS is Linux based)2.Is it as simple as using the correct ChromeOS image to match the hardware you have What I mean by that is you suggest using an Intel-based CPU and GPU and the Rammus image because that image uses the instructions for the I5 Gen 4 or later processor. I have a Pinebook Pro with the Rockchip RK3399 SOC with Mali T860 MP4 GPU which is the same SOC as the ASUS Flip C101PA, can I use the Bob image to try to install ChromeOS on this laptop (I understand that I would have to change the install.sh script)3.Is there a discussion board that I can read for more information instead of bothering you 153554b96e