Openfoam installation problem using virtual machine in MacBook M1 laptop

I am installing OpenFOAM using a virtual machine in Macbook air M1. But it did not install and shows skipping error while executing code "sudo apt get-update".

Is there any way to install it?

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OpenFOAM 28-10-21, 3:07 p.m. ChintanMorsiya

Could you briefly detail the commands that you've used to install OpenFOAM?

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