Can You Virtualize OS X in Bare Metal Citrix XenClient?
MacRumors has an interesting item about a new virtualization product from Citrix…
Citrix’s XenClient for Mac is a bare-metal virtualization technology. This means that its sits natively on the computer instead of working with an already installed host operating system. VMware Fusion and Parallels Desktop, for example, both install on top of Mac OS X. The best known bare-metal virtualization product is VMware ESX which is a heavy duty (and very expensive) enterprise grade server product.
But since Mac OS X’s license does not, if I recall correctly, allow the end-user to run it as a virtual machine guest OS, how to you run a OS X on top of XenClient?