The idea of visualizing the history of Microsoft on four sides of a desktop cube does sound enthralling no matter how much you despise the company’s products. That’s precisely the reason why I spent a whole night trying to configure four different operating systems to run virtualized on QEMU/KVM with networking and multimedia capabilities. The results look good, especially when you have a compositing window manager to extrapolate their effects.
|Processor||Intel Core 2 Duo 6300 @ 1.86GHz|
|Host Operating System||Linux From Scratch|
|Host Kernel||Linux 2.6.21|
|Host Virtualization Setup||QEMU 0.9.0/KVM-20|
|Desktop Environment||Beryl 0.2.0/Xfce 4.4.1|
Note: Windows 98 and 95 don’t like KVM at all, so I had to run their respective virtual machines with the