Apple has introduced an interesting change with macOS 13 Ventura in terms of better Linux support, giving new powers to those running a Linux distribution in a virtual machine (VM) on a Mac with Apple silicon, allowing those users to run x86 software. on that VM.

As The register (opens in new tab) reports, this capability comes courtesy of Rosetta 2, which is Apple’s translation technology originally introduced with the M1, allowing this chip to run x86 applications.