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Discussion in 'macOS' started by intervenient, Jan 9, 2011.
What's the easiest way to do that? Can I use Parallels?
you can use that, vmware fusion, or boot camp to run it natively
virtualbox is a free alternative to parallels or vmware
No need for Boot Camp with Ubuntu 10.10 or CentOS 5.5. I run it on my Mini without issue.
If using VirtualBox to run Ubuntu, can you switch back and forth between OSX and Ubuntu easily?
Also, I do not want to reinstall OSX, can I partition the HD in the state it presently is in to install VirtualBox and Ubuntu?
VirtualBox, like other virtual environments, is a MacOS X application. With Ubuntu installed in VirtualBox, you run Linux without ever leaving MacOS X.
So there is no need of any partition? Im a rookie sorry!
Sounds great, thank you all very much!