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-= Ubuntu 8.10 [64bit] Desktop Virtual Disk Image =-
Ubuntu 64bit [ubuntu-8.10-desktop-amd64] VDI
Built on VitrualBox 2.1.4.
Fully functional, including VboxGuestAdditions.
This image will run on a 32Bit Computer that supports the [VT-x/AMD-V Enabled] feature on VirtualBox
-= antiX M8 Virtual Disk Image =-
antiX M8 is a light version of SimplyMEPIS. This virtual image runs well in VirtualBox the VBoxGuestAdditions are installed.
OS Version Release Notes:
-= Mandriva Free 2009.1 KDE Beta VDI =-
"The beta release of Mandriva Linux 2009.1 (code name 'Margaux') is now available. This beta version provides some updates on major desktop components of the distribution, including KDE 4.2.0, GNOME 2.25.90, Xfce 4.6 RC1, X.Org server 1.5, OpenOffice.org 3.0.1, Qt 4.5.0 RC1. This beta version proposes step 1 of Speedboot, which should improve the boot time. It’s not enabled by default, to test it, enter the 'speedboot' keyword at boot time.
-= SimplyMEPIS (7.9.95) 8.0 RC2 Virtual Disk Image =-
This is the Virtual Disk of the upcoming release of SimplyMEPIS 8.0. After working of this image for 5 hours I gave up trying to install the GuestAdditions when I could not install the kernel sources. Hopefully the next Release Candidate or Final Release will work.
Additionally the OS runs extremely slow. If someone finds away to deal with the slowdown that would be great information.
For now this image will give you a chance to preview SimplyMEPIS in VirtualBox.
-= TinyMe 2009 Alpha1 Virtual Disk Image =-
Here we have the Alpha release on TinyMe 2009. The virtual machine. TinyMe 2009 has VBoxGuestAdditions installed, but the Auto-Screen resize does not function. Once again TinyMe is an awesome Linux distribution and the 2009 release is much anticipated.
TinyMe is a PCLinuxOS-based mini-distribution. It exists to ease installation of PCLinuxOS on older computers, to provide a minimal installation for developers, and to deliver a fast Linux installation for where only the bare essentials are needed.
-= PCLinuxOS 2009 Beta 3 VDI =-
This is the third beta of PCLinuxOs 2009. PCLinuxOS is a wonderful, lightweight yet powerful Linux distribution.
-= Xubuntu 9.04 Alpha 4 Virtual Disk Image =-
Xubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) Alpha 4
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Xubuntu is a lightweight XFCE version of Ubuntu. This is the OS I run on older laptop computers.
-= Kubuntu 9.04 Alpha 4 VDI =-
This is the Alpha 4 Release of Kubuntu 9.02 installed in VirtualBox. Kubuntu usually run great in VirtualBox.
This Alpha release still has a couple of issues. The VirtualBox mouse integration does not function and therefor the OS captures the mouse. Auto-Screen Re-size does function well.
-= openSUSE 11.1 KDE (Release) Virtual Disk Image =-
NOTICE: This Virtual Machine requires [VT-x/AMD-V Enabled]
-= Mandriva 2009.1 Alpha2 Virtual Disk Image =-
This Mandriva 2009.1 Alpha2 Virtual Disk Image is a perfect chance to preview of the upcoming release. Building this image too more than 10 attempts. Only with the release of VirtualBox 2.1.2 was it possible to complete the installation. Even after getting the OS installed I was unable to complete the installation of the VBoxGuestAdditions.
I hope you enjoy the VDI.