Install Ubuntu on MacOS using VMware

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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:

Install Ubuntu on MacOS using VMware. In the process of doing things, sometimes we need to use different operating systems.

Next, drag the Ubuntu .iso installation file to the installation window.

Install Ubuntu on MacOS using VMware. In the process of doing things, sometimes we need to use different operating systems.

Click Continue and Setting username, password.

Install Ubuntu on MacOS using VMware. In the process of doing things, sometimes we need to use different operating systems.

Finish create Virtual Machine.

Install Ubuntu on MacOS using VMware. In the process of doing things, sometimes we need to use different operating systems.

Step 3: Install Ubuntu

The Ubuntu installation is automatic on VMware. You take about 15 minutes.

Install Ubuntu on MacOS using VMware. In the process of doing things, sometimes we need to use different operating systems.

And now, install Ubuntu on MacOS using Vmware successfully.

Install Ubuntu on MacOS using VMware. In the process of doing things, sometimes we need to use different operating systems.

 

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