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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000165||AlmaLinux-8||-OTHER||public||2021-12-21 02:58||2022-03-09 20:17|
|Platform||M1 Max (aarm64)||OS||macOS||OS Version||12.1|
|Summary||0000165: Unable to install Alma Linux 8.x aarm64 macOS 12.1 M1|
|Description||Unable to install Alma Linux 8.x aarm64 macOS 12.1 M1 Max|
Virtualization platforms: Parallels, VMware Fusion, QEMU
Description: The ISO's boot into the install select menu. Selecting any of the options brings you right back to the same menu of selecting the media verification or going straight to the install.
|Steps To Reproduce||With M1 based Mac, using Parallels, or VMware Fusion or QEMU, boot the iso for install with default settings or other settings.|
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RHEL8 (and all its derivatives) doesn't support Apple M1.
RHEL9 will do.
||How soon to see this supported? My organization is standardizing with Alma Linux and the added support for Apple M1 Arm would be great.|
Specifically this is to run as a VM, not necessarily on M1 bare metal.
||What happens when you try to boot from a Centos 8 Stream image? does it work? unfortunately this is difficult to troubleshoot as it requires special hardware - are you using an aarch64 image or x86 image? does the x86-64 work?|
Checking in. What would be the expected timing for this?
As @alukoshko noted, you have to wait for EL9, which *might* be out around May (but please don't quote me :)
"Can I run RHEL in a VM in a Mac using the Apple M1 processor?"
|2021-12-21 02:58||edb||New Issue|
|2021-12-21 19:07||alukoshko||Note Added: 0000456|
|2021-12-22 04:27||edb||Note Added: 0000457|
|2021-12-22 04:29||edb||Note Added: 0000458|
|2021-12-31 02:48||akdev||Note Added: 0000464|
|2022-03-04 01:41||edb||Note Added: 0000500|
|2022-03-09 20:17||toracat||Note Added: 0000507|