So i’ve had a little time to tinker with Apple’s new Mountain Lion Developer Preview 1, and so far I’m liking it. I wanted to run it in a Virtual Machine though, so that I didn’t risk losing what I had with my Lion installation.
We posted some time ago about how to get the Lion Developer release running in a VMWare Virtual Machine. There was a lot of interest in that article, and also in the news that Apple would be allowing Lion to be run as a VM.
Fusion 4 was just recently released and it now officially supports running Lion in a VM. In this article we will take a look at the setup involved in getting a Lion VM running.