I took that debian scoped manual and used the different steps on my laptop running ubuntu 20.04 instead.
As it is in the Linux world every distro has its own details but in general you can do more or less the same on all of them. Especially between debian and ubuntu there are not that many differences.
So, let’s get started!
sudo apt-get install qemu-system qemu-utils python3 python3-pip wget https://github.com/foxlet/macOS-Simple-KVM/archive/master.zip //unzip to <exportfolder> cd <exportfolder> . jumpstart.sh --catalina qemu-img create -f qcow2 macos.qcow2 30G nano basic.sh //add following at end of file -drive id=SystemDisk,if=none,file=macos.qcow2 \ -device ide-hd,bus=sata.4,drive=SystemDisk \ //save and close . basic.sh //clover starts //hit install
//Get into Disc Utility to format the virtual stroage to APFS
//the "reinstall" step will take some time. On an i7-8550U with 16GB RAM it took about 45 minutes. The final macos qcow2 medium was about 26.5GB of size.
//now, after getting through the first start configuration, shutdown the machine
//install virtual manager (GUI) for maintainance sudo apt-get install virt-manager //add the created VM to the virt manager (within the export folder) ./make.sh --add macos.qcow2 //this answered with "template.xml has been generated in /<what>/<ever>/<folder> Domain macOS-Simple-KVM defined from template.xml" //start the virt-manager