|CL-ATTR| on Parallels* Desktop for Mac*
Parallels Desktop for Mac is virtualization software that allows other operating systems, such as Linux, to run side-by-side with macOS*.
- Install Parallels Desktop 14 for Mac.
Unzip the ISO image with the command:
Start Parallels and initialize your :abbr:`VM (Virtual Machine)` with the following steps.
Go to :menuselection:`File > New`.
In the opening dialog window, select :guilabel:`Install Windows or another OS from a DVD or image`, then click :guilabel:`Continue`. (See Figure 1.)
Select your ISO file. The system displays the warning message "Unable to detect operating system", as shown in Figure 3. This message is expected and can be ignored. Click :guilabel:`Continue`.
Name your VM and check :guilabel:`Customize settings before installation`. (See Figure 5.)
Click :guilabel:`Create`. The Configuration window for the new VM opens, as shown in Figure 6.
Close the Configuration window and click :guilabel:`Continue`.
If camera and microphone access restriction warnings are displayed, you can ignore them.
Follow the prompts and install |CL| using the text-based installer as shown in Figure 8.
Refer to :ref:`bare-metal-install-server` for additional installation instructions.
After installation, reboot the VM. You are prompted to log in, as shown in Figure 9. Log in with the credentials you used when you installed |CL| on the VM.
Congratulations! You have successfully set up a |CL| VM using Parallels Desktop for Mac.