Perhaps they should create a virtual machine image and make it available for download as well?
Since I am not in the mood of hacking things that should be easy for mom and pop to use, and since I don't want to repartition my hard drive to try a software that I may - or may not - like, then I will just forget about this silly thing.
Let the flamewar begin. Or even better you could suggest a distribution that actually runs on a virtual machine from the install?
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