How To Install macOS In A Virtual Machine On Linux Using Sosumi (Snap Package)
Sosumi is a snap package based on macOS-Simple-KVM that makes it easy to download and install macOS in a virtual machine (it comes bundled with qemu-virgil, which includes virtio-vga, a paravirtual 3D graphics driver). It does not ship with macOS, but downloads an installer image for macOS Catalina.
How to install macOS in a virtual machine (QEMU) on Linux using Sosumi snap package:
1. Install the Sosumi snap package:
to format the partition.
When you're done close
, and you'll get to the
again. From this dialog choose
couple of times and you'll get to a screen where you must choose the HDD
formatted in step 4:
the installation will begin:
The virtual machine will reboot automatically at some point, continuing with the installation after that, and reboot again when it's done.
the installation is completed, the macOS virtual machine will reboot, and in
the boot menu you'll see some extra options. Use the left/right arrow keys to
like this (in
the second macOS is the name of the HDD set in step 4):
You will need to select this option each time you start the virtual machine, when you want to boot into macOS.
The first time you boot into macOS you'll need
to perform the initial setup (screenshot above), choosing your location,
preferred languages, optionally sign in with your Apple ID, agree to the terms
and conditions etc., as well as create your computer account (username and password). Once you're done, the macOS Catalina desktop should load.
your credientials will not be public