And that is a good thing, as our differences make us interesting.
And, I tried it again, and this time I waited after the services were started (dbus, services,tty and ended at login as root) and after several minutes the Yali installer began. The only part I didn't know what to do concerned installation. I stopped the process as I don't know if I should install a bootloader for a virtual machine, or what partition to use. It is showing Disk 1 (sda) 15GB, but that is where I have XP installed. So I am unsure how to continue. Virutal=fake, so if I let it do what it suggests, maybe it is okay. Probably not.
Time to call it a day and get ready to watch 'Inspector Lewis" on PBS. I've got some learning to do about this part of virtualisation. (how do you like that for a Yankee. I spelt virtualisation without a z and 'spelt' instead of 'spelled'
My knowledge of qemu is from long ago and far away , but there used to be gui's for it , (kemu , kdemu , something like that).the viurtual o/s was stored as a file as I remember...........I suggest further reading , I'm likely dated at this point.
Inspector lewis? a spin-off from Inspector Morris? this indeed bears further investigation.
As for english , I count the language as a variable thing, allowing infinite variety and colour (cdn).
( Y'all done right purdy .lil missy )