Sorry if this is in the wrong section, I don't know where else to post it. I've got late 2011 mac mini upgraded with a 500gb ssd, from 2gb to 8gbs of ram, and from lion to el capitan with the intention of using it for web development. I'd like to continue to running linux as my primary os with os x in a virtual machine. Ideally I'd like to set it up as a dual boot system with both linux and el capitan installed directly to my hardware and with a second os x installation in a vm inside my linux installation, so I can test do things like locally stored web pages in all web browsers across all three major operating systems without having to reboot the computer and still be able to receive firmware updates with the os x installed directly to the hardware. as far as I can tell this violates the spirit but not the letter of apples eula that requires any os x vm to be installed on genuine apple hardware that is already running mac software. I belive apple intends for me to only run virtual os x inside a os x host. But because I want to do this on a mac mini and osx will still be installed directly to my mac mini prior to installing it in a vm this set up would still be within the constraints of the eula as it's currently worded. Am I correct?