grimdestripador wrote:Seems like everything is done correctly.
Tell me, upon boot, have you ran md5sum on your /dev/cdrom or on the ISO itself.
Why do you mount with alcohol 120% when Virtual Box has the ability to mount CD roms straight from the ISO.
KDE might need a bit more than 256 megs ram, expecially since no SWAP is defined.
i did not do the md5sum - how do i do it?
i choose alcohol because whenever i try to use the virtualbox mounting ability
with the ISO file on hardisk, the display become weird - look like the display zoomed so that you can see pixels
but if i mount the ISO that is located on the DVD - it's a PC magazine DVD - the problem is the same like my earlier post
but with slower performance, since i only got basic dvd-rom
well my laptop RAM is 1024MB
on stand by over 250 are used
if i increase the RAM amount for Virtualbox, i will get a warning that virtual box cannot continue due to low memory
i'd love to replace my winXP with linux
but i'm still finding which linux fit my needs