macOS 13 introduces a super-useful trick for Linux customers

Apple has launched an attention-grabbing change with the incoming macOS 13 Ventura by way of higher Linux help, giving contemporary powers to these working a Linux distro in a digital machine (VM) on a Mac with Apple silicon, permitting such customers to run x86 software program in that VM.

As The Register (opens in new tab) stories, this potential comes courtesy of Rosetta 2, which is Apple’s translation tech initially launched with the M1, permitting that chip to run x86 apps.

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