In one of our recent posts we have covered how to install CoreOS with VirtualBox.
In this post, we learn how to run CoreOS without VirtualBox.
This setup is specific to OS X as it uses xhyve, which is built on top of
Hypervisor.framework introduced in OS X 10.10.
We’re going to use the CoreOS VM application, which is an independent open source project that bundles CoreOS into a VM for running on OS X.
First, download the CoreOS VM app.
The CoreOS VM App does not have many dependencies to download. Everything needed is already included. However, the app will perform some automatic downloads on your behalf., they include CoreOS ISO file needed to run the VM, as well as Docker and fleetctl clients for OS X.Read More