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Oracle's VirtualBox 3.2.0 is the first virtualization software to add support for running Mac OS X in a virtual machine--and the first to be at odds with Apple restrictions on the use of the OS. The new version of VirtualBox adds "experimental" support for running Mac OS X as a guest OS on Apple hardware, a use that could violate Apple's end user license agreement (EULA).

Apple's Mac OS X EULA permits only one copy of the operating system to be run on a Mac at one time--even with a 5-license Family Pack. The EULA for Mac OS X Server, however, has not had this restriction since Apple changed the Server EULA at the end of 2007....

Oracle's support of OS X guests goes beyond that of Parallels Desktop and VMware Fusion, which support running Mac OS X Server in virtual machines, but don't support user version of Mac OS X. Parallels and VMware have cited the Mac OS X EULA as the reason for not supporting the user Mac OS X in a virtual machine....More at http://www.macwindowscom/VirtualBox-3-2.html

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