In this article, we will examine how to set up and configure macOS Ventura 13 on a new virtual machine using VMware Workstation 17 Pro on the Windows 11 operating system.
How to Run macOS Ventura 13 in a Virtual Machine on Windows 10 or Windows 11 using VMware 17 Pro
Apple released macOS Ventura, the next most current operating system for Macintosh computers, after macOS Catalina, on October 24, 2022, after announcing it at WWDC on June 6, 2022.
Apple’s addition of a name to each macOS version is a popular approach for the sake of being memorable. As with the old versions, the name Ventura was determined from a region in California for the 13 version.
Apple has improved the rounded corners icons and windows in the user interface for Ventura, giving it a more transparent and smoother look. It also supports GIF or video content in order to increase user interaction in the messages application.
With the release of Ventura, Apple now fully supports ARM processors, with silicon chips developed for its own operating system instead of the x86/64 instruction set. With the M1/M2 processors it has produced recently, it has achieved longer charging times and system performance compared to Intel and AMD‘s processors.
Users with iMac, MacBook, or MacBook Pro computers can download the Ventura 13 update from the Apple Store and easily update their system. If you do not know how to update using the Apple Store, you can take a look at this article.
If you do not have a Mac computer, you can install macOS 13 on a host computer with Windows 10 or Windows 11 with the VMware Workstation Pro virtualization program and experience Apple’s new system.
Normally you cannot install an Apple operating system on VMware Workstation because the program has no support for Apple OS systems. However, you can enable this support and unlock macOS using VMware Unlocker.
You can also unlock Apple Mac OS X using Unlocker software on both Windows and vSphere ESXi.
How to Create a New Virtual Machine for macOS Ventura
After installing VMware on your Windows 11 host computer, in order to install a guest macOS operating system, you need to use the Unlocker tool, as we mentioned, and set the VM’s settings correctly.
After opening VMware Workstation 17 Pro, open the wizard by clicking on the Create a Virtual Machine option that you see on the main screen. After opening the New Virtual Machine Wizard, select Custom (Advanced) to better configure the settings of the virtual machine and click Next.
In the Choose the Virtual Machine Hardware Compatibility window, select the latest version of VMware Pro installed on your computer. If you are trying to install an older system version and get an error, you can downgrade the Workstation version from the compatibility section.
In the Guest Operating System Installation window, you can select the type of media you will use for system installation. To install with your host’s physical DVD drive, you can choose your installation media from the Installer Disc section or add the ISO image you downloaded to your computer from the Installer Disc Image section to the virtual machine.
When you add the ISO file to the virtual machine at this stage, the type and settings of the macOS virtual machine will be automatically determined by the image you add. This process may not be suitable for installation, so select I will install the operating system later and continue to configure the settings manually.
In the Select a Guest Operating System window, you can select the operating systems of Microsoft Windows, Linux, ESX or other platforms, but you will see that there is no Apple Mac OS X here.
When you try to install macOS on the virtual machine, you will see that there is no support for Apple Mac OS X systems. So you need to enable macOS support with Unlocker.
In this window, click the Cancel button to close the virtual machine creation wizard and then close your VMware Workstation program completely.
Download VMware Unlocker to your computer, and then extract the zip file to the folder and run the win-install.cmd file in the folder as an administrator.
After running the Unlocker tool, some files of the VMware program will be automatically organized and backed up. In addition, VMware Tools (Darwin.iso) will start to download, allowing you to use the Apple operating system more efficiently on your host.
NOTE: If the VMware Tools file cannot be downloaded, you can download the relevant file to your computer by visiting this article.
After unlocking macOS, you can see that Apple Mac OS X support is enabled this time in the guest operating system selection window.
After selecting the Apple Mac OS X platform, select macOS 13 from the Version section and click Next.
Type the name of the system you will install on the virtual machine and if you want to change the installation location, you can specify the location on an external disk via the Browse button.
If the type of your host disk is SSD or NVMe, you can continue without changing the installation location for the performance of the guest machine.
In the Processor Configuration window, you can increase the number of virtual processor cores in accordance with the hardware performance of your host computer. Increasing the number of processors can cause the virtual system to not work stable, so you need to find the most suitable value for the macOS guest operating system.
Likewise, configure a suitable memory value for the macOS VM depending on the RAM capacity of your host computer. If your system has 16GB of RAM, you can allocate 8GB of memory size to the VM.
In Network Type settings, use NAT to connect the virtual computer to your local network. If you don’t need Internet connection in the VM, you can choose Host-Only or choose not to use any network adapters.
Proceed with LSI Logic, which is recommended and selected by default in the I/O Controller types window.
In the Disk Types window, you can select the virtual PC’s disk as IDE, SCSI, SATA or NVMe, but you need to find out if the system you are going to install has support.
Since macOS Ventura is an up-to-date operating system and supports new technologies, you can significantly increase the performance of the virtual machine by choosing the NVMe disk type.
In the Select a Disk window, you can create a new virtual HDD for the virtual computer, add an existing disk file, or mount your physical disk directly to the VM.
For a clean macOS installation, select Create a new virtual disk and click Next.
In the Specify Disk Capacity window, change the size of the virtual disk for Ventura to 100 GB and choose to backup the virtual disk to be created as a single file on your host.
If you are using an old mechanical disk type on your computer, you can allocate 100 GB of disk space for the VM from your host disk with the Allocate all disk space now option. If you continue without selecting this option, if the virtual machine needs disk space, the required space will be automatically allocated from your host disk.
If you want to back up the virtual disk file to a location other than the virtual machine configuration files, you can select the relevant location in this window. When you install more than one virtual machine on your computer, do not change the location of the disk file, as virtual disk files in different locations may cause confusion.
When the virtual computer is ready to be created, you will be greeted with a summary window like the one below. After checking all the settings you have made for the VM in the summary window, click the Customize Hardware button.
View the processor settings of your macOS virtual system and enable the “Virtualize Intel VT-x or AMD-V/RVI” option from the Virtualization Engine section.
To add the macOS Ventura ISO file to the guest system you created, in the hardware settings window, select the Use ISO Image File option on the CD/DVD (SATA) device and click Browse.
Select the macOS 13 ISO file you downloaded to your computer and click Open.
After adding the macOS image file to the guest machine, disable the “Accelerate 3D Graphics” feature in the Display settings and close the window.
Close the summary window of the Guest virtual PC and continue.
Before running the Ventura virtual machine and starting the installation, you need to add codes to its VMX file. Right-click on the VM you created from the Library section of Workstation Pro, and then click Open VM Directory.
Open the macOS.vmx file with Notepad and save the file after adding the following codes.
smbios.reflectHost = "TRUE"hw.model = "MacBookPro14,3"board-id = "Mac-551B86E5744E2388"smc.version = "0"
If you have an AMD processor host, add the bottom codes to the VMX file and save it.
smc.version = "0"cpuid.0.eax = "0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:1011"cpuid.0.ebx = "0111:0101:0110:1110:0110:0101:0100:0111"cpuid.0.ecx = "0110:1100:0110:0101:0111:0100:0110:1110"cpuid.0.edx = "0100:1001:0110:0101:0110:1110:0110:1001"cpuid.1.eax = "0000:0000:0000:0001:0000:0110:0111:0001"cpuid.1.ebx = "0000:0010:0000:0001:0000:1000:0000:0000"cpuid.1.ecx = "1000:0010:1001:1000:0010:0010:0000:0011"cpuid.1.edx = "0000:0111:1000:1011:1111:1011:1111:1111"smbios.reflectHost = "TRUE"hw.model = "MacBookPro14,3"board-id = "Mac-551B86E5744E2388"
After adding the necessary codes to the Ventura.vmx file and saving the file, run the virtual computer.
How to Install macOS Ventura
After creating a new virtual machine for macOS with VMware up to this stage, you can now start the system setup.
After running the macOS virtual computer, wait for the system to boot when you see the Apple logo.
Choose which system display language you will use the macOS operating system with and continue.
When the Recovery screen appears, open Disk Utility as you need to format the virtual disk before installation.
Select VMware Virtual NVMe Disk Media on Disk Utility and click the Erase button. To format the selected disk, type any disk name in the Name field in the window that opens, and then select the APFS format and click the Erase button again and wait for the process to complete.
- Name: macOS
- Format: APFS
- Scheme: GUID Partition Map
After formatting the virtual disk, select Install macOS Ventura and click Continue to start installing the system.
Click Continue again to start the macOS installation.
Accept the license agreement to continue installing the macOS software.
Select the virtual disk you formatted and click Continue.
Wait while the setup wizard copies the system files to the macOS disk. The progress bar says approximately how long it will take, but this may take less time depending on the performance of your host computer.
After the system files are copied, your guest virtual system will restart and continue to operate on the Apple logo.
After the necessary files are copied, select the country you live in and click Continue when the Select Your Country or Region screen appears.
On the Written and Spoken Languages screen, you can change the system language, keyboard layout and system robot voice you want to use in your system.
You can customize your system according to your personal needs in the Accessibility settings. For example, you can use the VoiceOver screen reader to speak text in files, web pages, or appearing on the screen.
On the Data & Privacy screen, Apple clearly states that it uses minimum personal information of users and respects human rights. The collection of your personal data is only aimed at improving Apple services and enhancing the user experience.
You can transfer your files and documents from another Mac or Windows computer to the guest machine. You can transfer data later to get a system experience from scratch.
If you want to use iCloud, App Store and other Apple services on the Sign In with Your Apple ID screen, you can log in. If you do not have an account, you can also create a new Apple account on this screen.
After reading the macOS software license agreement on the Terms and Conditions screen, accept it.
Create a new computer account for your virtual system and select your profile picture.
You can allow and disallow data usage to enhance personalized user experience for Apple maps and other services. This decision is entirely personal, but you can share your data and location information with Apple to help further improve macOS.
On the Time Zone screen, select the zone where you live or closest to you and continue.
Likewise, by sharing the crash and usage data you encounter in the applications you use with the application developers, you can help them develop their own applications more for users.
Screen Time allows parents to have more control of the system over their children of all ages. It also allows to review the time spent on apps and web pages. To configure these settings in detail later, click Set Up Later and continue.
You can select the theme you want to use on your Ventura system on the Choose Your Look screen. Apple has offered users three different theme skins: Light, Dark, and Auto.
If you choose to use the Auto view, your system’s view will automatically turn light or dark depending on the time zone of the country you live in.
After adjusting the system settings, clicking the Apple logo, you can find out your macOS version via About This Mac.
How to Install VMware Tools
After installing macOS Ventura with VMware, you need to install VM Tools in order to use your guest virtual system in full screen resolution and more performance.
For macOS guest machines, you do not need to download the VM Tools ISO file from anywhere. Because when you use the Unlocker tool, the VM Tools (Darwin.iso) file will be downloaded to your computer.
In macOS virtual PC, go to VM / Removable Devices / CD/DVD (SATA) in the tool menu and click Settings.
After changing the status of the CD/DVD device to Connected, add the Darwin.iso file in the Unlocker/Tools folder to the VM.
After the ISO image is mounted on the VM, double-click Install VMware Tools and start the installation.
In the VMware Tools Installer window, click Continue to continue the installation.
VMware Tools will use 7.6 MB of disk space on your virtual disk. Do not change the installation location and click the Install button directly for standard installation.
When the installation starts, type your user account password to authorize the wizard and click the Install Software button.
This time, when you encounter the System Extension Blocked warning, click Open Security Preferences.
Click the Allow button next to the “System software from developer VMware, Inc. was blocked from loading” warning.
Click Not Now in the window informing you that you need to restart your system for the new system components to take effect.
After the VM Tools installation on macOS is successfully completed, restart your system.
Check that your guest system is available in full screen resolution on VMware and also that the graphics memory is 128 MB instead of 3 MB.
In order to use your guest machine in full screen resolution depending on the screen of your host, click View / Full Screen from the Workstation tool menu.
When you try to transfer a file by dragging and dropping a file from the Windows 10 host machine to the macOS guest machine, you will get the vmware-tools-daemon error. Click Open System Preferences to resolve this error.
To make changes to the security and privacy settings, unlock the system again and enable the vmware-tools-daemon component in the Accessibility section.
When you try to transfer a file from your host to the VM again after allowing the VMware-tools-daemon component, you can see that the operation will be successful as in the image below.
How to Check Internet Connection
After making all the settings on your Guest macOS computer, it is useful to test the Internet connection. Otherwise, you will not be able to install new updates on your system or install the applications you want to use.
To run Terminal, press Windows Key + Space together, type terminal in the search bar that opens and run it.
To ping on macOS, execute the command ping -c 2 www.google.com in the terminal. If you see the TTL=128 value in the ping output, it means you can access the Internet.
When the ping is successful, open the Safari web browser on your Mac virtual computer and test your connection by visiting the Google homepage.
How to Use USB Flash Memory
You can use your USB flash drives in a virtual machine you have set up in VMware Workstation 17 Pro software. As soon as the host inserts a USB disk into your computer, the new device detected by the program window opens, you can easily plug your device into the VM or the host.
Insert a USB flash disk into your Windows 10 host computer and when the New USB Device Detected window opens, select the Connect to a virtual machine option, select your virtual machine and click OK.
You cannot use an NTFS formatted flash drive on macOS. So you need to format your USB stick as ExFAT. After opening Disk Utility, right-click on your flash disk from the External section and click Erase.
In the disk formatting window, type any name in the Name field and select ExFAT from the Format field and click the Erase button again.
After formatting your flash disk as ExFAT, you can now transfer your data to it.
Disconnect your flash disk attached to the macOS VM and connect it to the host this time. The purpose of this is to test that the data transferred to the flash drive on macOS can be viewed through Windows.
When you view the contents of your flash memory through My Computer on your Windows 10 host, you can see the folder named Backup created in the VM.
How to Improve the Performance of a macOS Guest Machine
Unfortunately, even if you run the macOS operating system virtually, you will not be able to use some of your applications or games because it does not support 3D graphics. This is because there is no 3D graphics support for macOS by the virtualization software used.
By installing VMware Tools on the guest machine, you can increase the graphics memory from 3 MB to 128 MB, but this will not work for you even if you have a new generation computer.
At the very least, it may be ideal for software developers or people who want to experience Apple systems. For example, you will experience performance issues when using the latest version of macOS with a VM, even on Intel’s 12th or 13th generation processors.
For this reason, changing the visual effects of your system, adjusting the menu transition effects or lowering the screen resolution may affect the system performance a little.
You can quickly change system settings using the codes listed below, but don’t forget to back up your system with the snapshot beforehand!
- Quick Access to the Dock
sudo defaults write com.apple.dock autohide-time-modifier -float 0.15
- Turning Off Visual Effects
sudo defaults write com.apple.finder DisableAllAnimations -bool true
sudo defaults write com.apple.finder InitialSpringBoardDelay -float 0
- Disabling Spotlight Search
sudo mdutil -a -i off
- Shorten Delay in Visual Effects
sudo defaults write -g com.apple.mouse.scaling -float 5.0
sudo defaults write -g com.apple.trackpad.scaling -float 5.0
sudo defaults write -g InitialKeyRepeat -int 15
sudo defaults write -g KeyRepeat -int 2
- Window Sensitivity Settings
sudo defaults write com.apple.driver.AppleBluetoothMultitouch.trackpad TrackpadThreeFingerDrag -bool true
sudo defaults write com.apple.driver.AppleBluetoothMultitouch.trackpad TrackpadThreeFingerHorizSwipeGesture -int 0
sudo defaults write com.apple.driver.AppleBluetoothMultitouch.trackpad TrackpadThreeFingerVertSwipeGesture -int 0
- Increasing Drag Speed
sudo defaults write -g com.apple.trackpad.scaling 2.5
sudo defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSWindowResizeTime -float 0.001
- Lowering the Resolution
sudo /Library/Application\ Support/VMware\ Tools/vmware-resolutionSet 1920 1080
- Turning Off Visual Effects to Reduce CPU Load
sudo defaults write com.apple.universalaccess reduceMotion -bool true
- Turning Off Visual Effects in Safari
sudo defaults write com.apple.Safari WebKitInitialTimedLayoutDelay 0.25
- Disabling Bluetooth
sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/com.apple.Bluetooth.plist ControllerPowerState 0
- Turning Off Menu Transition Effects
sudo defaults write NSGlobalDomain NSAutomaticWindowAnimationsEnabled -bool false
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- Patch ESXi 6.7.
- Restart the ESXi host.
- Create a new VM, select ESXi 6.7 compatibility. Prefer using SSD disks for deploying VMs running Mac OS X 10.14.
- Select the OS version Apple macOS 10.14.
- Mount the Mojave. ...
- Start the virtual machine and install macOS Mojave.
- First, backup the Mac with Time Machine if you haven't done so already.
- Go to the Apple menu in the upper left corner.
- Select “System Preferences”
- Choose “Software Update”
- Click on “Upgrade Now” for macOS Ventura.
- MacOS Ventura installer will download.
- 1 - Download macOS Ventura Resource on Unsupported Mac. ...
- 2 - Create macOS Ventura Bootable USB to Install. ...
- 3 - Download OpenCore Legacy Patcher and Install EFI Disk. ...
- 4 - Boot and Install macOS Ventura on Unsupported Macs.
According to Apple's licensing policies, VMware only supports the virtualization of Apple Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) client or server, Apple Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) client or server, Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) client or server, Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) client or server, Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) client or server, ...Can we install macOS in VM? ›
You can install Mac OS X, OS X, or macOS in a virtual machine. Fusion creates the virtual machine, opens the operating system installation assistant, and installs VMware Tools. VMware Tools loads the drivers required to optimize a virtual machine's performance.What version of macOS for VMware? ›
VMware Fusion 13 can run on Intel or Apple Silicon Macs that support macOS 12 and later.How do I download macOS to my VM? ›
- Obtain a restore image.
- Set up a compatible VM configuration.
- Create a VM, install the restore image, and start the VM.
Download and Install macOS 13 Ventura from Software Update
After you confirm that you have enough space, go to System Settings > General > Software Update and check for updates. You should be prompted that the update to macOS 13 Ventura is available. Start the download.
From the Apple menu in the corner of your screen, choose System Preferences, then click Software Update. When Software Update finds macOS Ventura, click Upgrade Now to install it.Why can't I install Ventura on my Mac? ›
The most common problem when you are unable to install macOS Ventura on Macintosh HD is a corrupted installer file. This means you need to delete the installer and re-download it. Make sure to delete the installer from your Applications folder, and Empty Trash on your Mac.
macOS Ventura doesn't support Macs released before 2017. That includes some pretty powerful Macs that were previously supported by macOS Monterey, such as 2013's cylindrical Mac Pro (the 'trashcan' one) which although hideously expensive at launch is now almost a decade old, of course.How do you fix this version of macOS Cannot be installed? ›
- Fix 1: Restart the Mac and Reintall.
- Fix 2: Check your Mac Date and Time.
- Fix 3: Free Up Space for macOS to Install.
- Fix 4: Download a New One to Replace.
- Fix 5: Set the PRAM and NVRAM Again.
- Fix 6: Run First Aid on Disk Utility.
- Fix 7: Reinstall macOS with macOS Recovery.
- Fix 8: Erase your Startup Disk and Reinstall macOS.
- MacBook (2017 and later)
- MacBook Air (2018 and later)
- MacBook Pro (2017 and later)
- iMac (2017 and later)
- iMac Pro (2017)
- Mac Pro (2019 and later)
- Mac Studio (2022)
- Mac mini (2018 and later)
- System 6.0. ...
- Mac OS 8.6.
- OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
- macOS 10.13 High Sierra.
One thing I love about VMWare Fusion is its speed. Running Windows in a virtual machine on my MBP does not slow down macOS in any way. With its ease of deployment, anyone should be able to set it up as it provides a guide.What is the most used version of macOS? ›
dmg file to ISO using dmg2img. 2- I ran VMWare unlocker to choose Mac OS X system during VM creation. 3- I create new VM on VMWare and choose install operating system later. 4- I chose VM settings -> hardware -> CD/DVD (SATA) -> Use ISO image file and selectd the converted iso file.How do I choose OS in VMware? ›
- Select the virtual machine you are trying to install tools in from the inventory.
- Right-click on the virtual machine and and click Edit Settings.
- Click Options.
- Ensure that the correct guest operating system is selected. ...
- Click OK.
Is it legal to install macOS on a virtual machine? Yes, provided the VM is running on Apple hardware, and provided you are not using the VMs as part of a timeshare, service bureau, or other rental environment (doing this requires a separate license).How do I get macOS on Windows VM? ›
- Create the macOS Monterey Virtual Machine. ...
- Edit the macOS Monterey Virtual Machine Settings. ...
- Use the Command Prompt to Add Custom Code to VirtualBox. ...
- Boot Your macOS Monterey Virtual Machine. ...
- Take a macOS Monterey Virtual Machine Snapshot.
- Step 1: Install VirtualBox and the Extension Pack. ...
- Step 2: Create a virtual machine for macOS Ventura on your PC. ...
- Step 3: Set up settings for macOS Ventura virtual machine. ...
- Step 4: Install macOS Ventura on VirtualBox.
The most common reason behind this is that your Mac device might not be compatible with the latest update. If it is, then you might not have enough storage, or your internet might not be working properly.Why can't I update my Mac to Ventura? ›
Check the Storage Space to Fix macOS Ventura Issues. Low storage space on your macOS does not let you install Ventura. It is because you need from 26GB to 44GB of free memory on your device, depending on the macOS you are currently using. For those who have Sierra or a later one active, 26GB is enough for you.Where to download macOS 13? ›
You can download macOS 13 Ventura beta from developer.apple.com.How to install macOS Ventura on unsupported Mac without USB? ›
- Download the OpenCore Legacy Patcher Zip file on its official site.
- Launch the Downloads folder in Finder and locate the Zip files that you download, then unzip the file on Mac.
- Drag the OpenCore-Patcher. app to the Applications folder to install it. You can also copy OpenCore-Patcher.
- From the Apple menu in the corner of your screen, choose System Settings or System Preferences. If you chose System Settings, click General on the left side of the window. ...
- Software Update then checks for new software. If Software Update finds new software, click the button to install it.
- Click the link to download a disk image (. dmg) file for that macOS.
- Double-click the . dmg file to open it and see the . ...
- Double-click the . pkg file, then follow the onscreen instructions. ...
- Open your Applications folder and double-click the macOS installer, named Install [ Version Name ].
What to Do if Your Mac Won't Update. If you're having issues updating your Mac, make sure that you have enough RAM and storage space to download the update. You can also try restarting your computer and downloading the update manually. Finally, try booting in safe mode or repairing your hard drive in Disk Utility.Why is Mac installer not working? ›
Restart Your Mac and Retry the Installation
Sometimes, all you need to do to fix macOS errors is to restart your Mac and try again. Open the Apple () menu and select Restart from the dropdown menu to do so. If your Mac is unresponsive, press and hold the Power button to force a shutdown.
To upgrade to macOS Ventura, go to the Apple menu, choose System Preferences, then click Software Update.
To boot and run macOS in a VM, you must first install a macOS image onto the new VM. Installing macOS in a new machine requires the following steps: Obtain a restore image. Set up a compatible VM configuration.Can I install macOS in Virtual Box? ›
It is possible to install macOS on a Windows (or Linux) computer either as a dual boot or by using a virtual machine.How do I install Java 13 on my Mac? ›
- Download the JDK . dmg file, jdk-13. ...
- From either the browser Downloads window or from the file browser, double-click the . dmg file to start it. ...
- Double-click the JDK 13. ...
- Click Continue. ...
- Click Install. ...
- Enter the Administrator user name and password and click Install Software.
- Run VMWare macOS Unlocker.
- Download macOS VMware VMDK disk image file from Google Drive.
- Create macOS VMware Workstation Virtual Machine.
- Edit the Virtual Machine settings.
- Attach the recovery VMDK disk image.
- Boot virtual machine from the recovery disk.
- Run Disk utility to erase the OS disk.
VMware Fusion 13 can run on Intel or Apple Silicon Macs that support macOS 12 and later.How do I download macOS installer? ›
- Click the link to open the App Store page for that macOS.
- In the App Store, click the Get button to begin downloading the macOS installer.
- After downloading to your Applications folder, the installer opens automatically. Follow the onscreen instructions to install macOS.
VirtualBox supports a variety of virtual disc types (VMDK, VHD, HDD, and QED), as well as integration tools like Vagrant and Docker whereas VMware does not support a large number of different disc formats. Virtual machines created by VMware are faster than those created by VirtualBox.How to install Java jdk 13? ›
- Step 1: Download and extract the JDK binaries. ...
- Step 2: Move the JDK binaries to /opt/ ...
- Step 3: Set JAVA_HOME and PATH in your Ubuntu profile. ...
- Step 4: Echo the newly set JAVA_HOME and PATH variables. ...
- Step 5: Verify the JDK 13 on Ubuntu installation.
- Open Terminal.
- Confirm you have JDK by typing “which java”. ...
- Check you have the needed version of Java, by typing “java -version”.
- Set JAVA_HOME using this command in Terminal: export JAVA_HOME=/Library/Java/Home.
- echo $JAVA_HOME on Terminal to confirm the path.
- Download The latest version. ...
- Mount the dmg file. ...
- Install the Package. ...
- Checking java version. ...
- Unmount the Disk Image File.
dmg file to ISO using dmg2img. 2- I ran VMWare unlocker to choose Mac OS X system during VM creation. 3- I create new VM on VMWare and choose install operating system later. 4- I chose VM settings -> hardware -> CD/DVD (SATA) -> Use ISO image file and selectd the converted iso file.How install macOS Big Sur on VMware on AMD systems? ›
- Start the VM and select No.
- Insert the USB into the PC and connect it to the VM.
- On the VM "bios" select Reset the system.
- After the reboot you will see that the VM is booting into the OpenCore menu.
- Select Install macOS Big Sur (external) | or Beta if you are installing macOS 11.1.