Ubuntu successfully virtualized on M1

Ubuntu Linux virtualized on M1 (success!).

  • the ISO file needed: ubuntu-20.04.1-live-server-arm64.iso
  • apart from the ISO, using disk images is not implemented.
  • SimpleVM.app is only a proof-of-concept.
  • it is possible to SSH into the VM.

get Keka.app from keka.io
extract the files in the ISO using Keka.app
rename “vmlinuz” to…

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Oh, this name in the Portuguese language is not usable in a professional environment or in a public one for that matter, not because the way is written, but because how you say it :wink:

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Everyone wants to know now Paulo :rofl:

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Maybe this link can help:

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:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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