VMware Fusion, one of the leading virtualization solutions on the Mac, has received an update that allows it to install older versions of Mac OS X in a virtual machine. Many users will find the. VMware Fusion lets you run macOS, Windows, Linux and other x86-based operating systems as virtual machines. Nearly all programs that run on these operating systems will run with VMware Fusion. Programs can range from common productivity suites (such as Microsoft Office) to graphics-intensive programs such as AutoCAD or SolidWorks which require.

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7 Jan 2019
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In this tutorial, we'll learn how to convert Install macOS Mojave.app to .ISO so we can use it to install on VMware Fusion
To create the macOS Mojave installer, you will need a working Mac with Apple ID logged in to the App Store.
Go to App Store and 'Get' the macOS Mojave from the Utilities section.
Vmware Fusion Install MacosAs it finishes downloading, it will then launch the macOS Mojave installer, you can safely close that installer.
The macOS Mojave installer should now available on /Applications/Install macOS Mojave.app
Here are the steps to convert that Install macOS Mojave.app

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to an .ISO:

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  • Open Terminal on your Mac and enter the command below:
  • This is going to create a temporary virtual disk file in your /tmp directory. Once its done you can attach and mount the virtual disk:
  • Now we’re ready to extract and create an installable image from the Mojave download. Enter the command shown below to extract an installable image onto the mounted virtual disk. The command needs to run elevated so it is going to prompt you for credentials. After you’ve entered your credentials it is going to ask you to confirm, confirm with “Y” and “Enter”:
  • Next we’re going to move the contents of the virtual disk into a .dmg file on your desktop:
  • Now we’re almost ready. Next detach the virtual disk (installer):
  • One of the last steps we have to take is to convert the newly created “InstallSystem.dmg” into a .iso file, enter the command below to achieve this: Lastly we need to change the filetype of the file “Mojave.iso.cdr” on your desktop. Select the file and hit enter, now rename the file to “Mojave.iso” it is going to prompt you if you are sure; select “Use .iso” and we’re done!
    Now you can proceed to boot and install macOS Mojave in your virtual machine.
    Here's my Terminal.app output when creating my .ISO:

Vmware Fusion Install Mac Os X

Tested on VMware Fusion Professional Version 11.0.3 (12992109) and it worked

Install Macos Mojave Vmware Fusion

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