chuckula wrote: I think there was some svga driver that would do basic X.
By default VirtualBox provides graphics support through a custom virtual graphics card that is VESA compatible.
Edit: And what is the correct plural form of Linux anyway? I've also seen it spelled "Linuces".
just brew it! wrote:Edit: And what is the correct plural form of Linux anyway? I've also seen it spelled "Linuces".
Flatland_Spider wrote:I kind of feel Linuxes or Linuces would be appropriate if each distro was a different code base, like with the BSDs, rather then just a patch set on top of a common code base.
just brew it! wrote:Did you try all of the available IDE controller types in VirtualBox? Perhaps the default one is too new for such an old OS. VirtualBox also has the ability to emulate SCSI controllers; that may be worth a try as well.
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