• No easy way to dual boot with the M1 chips — UTM is a software specifically for macOS to run VMs or emulate other machines
  • How to create a new Ubuntu VM:
    • Install the 22.04 live server arm64 ISO image
    • Start > Virtualize > Other and select the ISO image
    • Create a new NVMe drive for 20GB
    • Go through Ubuntu setup
  • Installing GNOME desktop environment
    • sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade
    • sudo apt install ubuntu-gnome-desktop
    • reboot

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Updated 7/23: You can run an Ubuntu VM using Xcode with this tutorial