The second beta of VirtualBox 3.2 has been finally released and it includes an new feature - it can virtualize Mac OS X. Before you run off to install Mac OS X in VirtualBox, there is a bad news - it will only works on Apple hardware.
Other than this, other improvements include:
- Provide Java bindings
- It restores Ubuntu Lucid VM with 3D effects
- In Linux the shared folders kernel module is now loaded on demand
- New Guest Additions icons, and several GUI improvements
You can downlaod VirtualBox 3.2 Beta 2 from download.virtualbox.org and install it.
If you decides to try out this new feature, do let us know know how it feels.
via: WebDevOnLinux [French]
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