[vbox-dev] issues with blackPanter OS as guest OS in VirtualBox and suggested solution

Gábor Tóth-Czeper tcgabor at blackpantheros.eu
Sun Mar 5 18:49:58 UTC 2017

Hi Stephane,

Thanks for reminding me to respond to the mailing list email address, not
only you.

I'm sorry, I don't understand your reasoning.

I did not write a word about getting an icon for blackPanther OS in VB.



2017. márc. 5. du. 7:45 ezt írta ("Stéphane Charette" <
stephanecharette at gmail.com>):

> On Sun, Mar 5, 2017 at 10:26 AM, Gábor Tóth-Czeper <
> tcgabor at blackpantheros.eu> wrote:
>> Hi Stephane,
>> Glad you looked it up. BlackPanther OS is 'the' Hungarian Linux
>> distribution, the other two being virtually non-existent  (Sulix, a
>> state-donated OS that was developed as part of an educational project,
>> similarly to UHU Linux).
>> BlackPanther OS takes pride in being in existence for 15 years without
>> capital injections and state support. We would like to get officially
>> listed in virtualbox as a guest os and to that end would like to offer our
>> support by uploading the patch I wrote about in my email.
>> I would like to ask for your kind assistance in facilitating this motion
>> and please get back to me with some substantive and material information
>> regarding the matter, if possible.
>> Thank you.
>> Best regards,
>> Gabor
> *(Please reply to the mail list, not only to me privately.)*
> I'm not a VB developer, nor do I work for Oracle.
> I thought the guest os selection is used to decide what logo to show in
> the VB window, and determine some of the defaults such as memory size and
> disk size to use when creating a new VM.  It doesn't impact how a VM runs.
> So if you choose something like "Ubuntu" or other decent linux distro, and
> your BlackPanther linux guest is experiencing errors, then adding an icon
> for it in VB wont solve the errors.
> Stéphane
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