VMware: Fix for installing macOS Sierra as a VM
I love our dev teams.
These folks work tirelessly to make sure that the crazy complexity that is Fusion and Workstation are able to support both the latest and greatest as well as the ancient and obsolete.
In this particular case, Apple had released a Developer Preview of their latest iteration of their Mac operating system previously called OS X. The new macOS Sierra has plenty of features to delight, but installing it in a virtual machine with VMware Fusion to test it out was met with some complications that I wrote about.
That workaround was a bit of an exercise, but our team has a more graceful fix ready to go now.
It’s a pretty small patch, only a couple of lines changed for one of our supporting scripts, but it makes the entire process as easy as ‘drag .app onto the New VM wizard, click next, wait for the magic to delight you’.
Read the entire article here, Fix for installing macOS Sierra as a VM
via the fine folks at VMware!