Install Ubuntu on MacOS using VMware. In the process of doing things, sometimes we need to use different operating systems. We need a virtual machine to do this. VMware is a great choice. Vmware is easy to use on Windows. However, for MacOS, there are a few limitations. Currently, VMware Workstation does not support Mac. Instead, VMware Fusion is an alternative.
In this article, I will guide you to install Ubuntu on a Mac using VMware Fusion. Not only Ubuntu, but all other operating systems can be installed similarly. I will describe each step in detail.
Step 1: Requirement System
MacOS: My current Mac version is MacOS Mojave version 10.14.1.
VMware: VMware Fusion Professional Version 11.0.0.
Ubuntu: Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS. This version of ubuntu requires:
- 2 GHz dual core processor or better
- 2 GB system memory
- 25 GB of free hard drive space
- Either a DVD drive or a USB port for the installer media
- Internet access is helpful
Step 2: Create virtual machines in VMware to install Ubuntu
Run the VMware Fusion app. Click File -> New. This is the process of creating a virtual machine. Now you can see:
Next, drag the Ubuntu .iso installation file to the installation window.
Click Continue and Setting username, password.
Finish create Virtual Machine.
Step 3: Install Ubuntu
The Ubuntu installation is automatic on VMware. You take about 15 minutes.
And now, install Ubuntu on MacOS using Vmware successfully.