Need program which only works in Mac OS - how to do virtual?
I am aware of this thread:
However, the latest post is a year old so I am posting again to see if there have been any developments on this issue.
I have a Dell Centrino PC and I am now fully operational on Ubuntu and ready to erase my WinXP partition for good. The only thing I am sorely missing in the Linux world is a good music editing program such as Reason, Cubase or Logic.
Since Logic is only available for Mac it would be great if I could run a virtual Mac OS and install and use Logic trough that. I have considered the PPC install of OS X on my 12 Gb partition and somehow access it trough Mac on Linux, but I really hope there might be an easier way.
Btw, when replying, could you include some helpful hint as to how I should sort out my partitions and what sizes I should use?(I have 60 Gb in total)
Re: Need program which only works in Mac OS - how to do virtual?
You may not know this but it is illegal to run Mac OSX on anything other than Apple hardware.
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