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Use EdgeLinux as hypervisor to launch either Linux or macOS?

I was thinking to dual-boot Linux or macOS on my MacBook Pro, but I had a thought: could I instead use EdgeLinux to launch either OS (or switch between them)? Has anyone done this before? Is there a guide?

If your main use case is to access Linux desktop apps on your MacBook without dual-booting, and you have enough RAM to devote some to a second OS (say 8 GB or more), you would probably be better off with a desktop virtualization solution like VMware Workstation or VirtualBox.

If you want to set up a centrally-managed virtual desktop solution for multiple users, or you want to be able to access traditional desktop apps from less-capable clients, then that is what EdgeLinux is for.

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