sxkdvm - SXKDVM - OSX Docker KVM / Run an OSX KVM virtual machine inside a Docker container.

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Run an OSX KVM virtual machine inside a Docker container. This project permits to run an OSX virtual machine (KVM) inside a Docker container.

https://github.com/Cleafy/sxkdvm

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