I have been trying to setup Windows 98 in a QEMU environment on the Raspberry Pi (I can install it fine on my Win 7 and Linux machines). But there seems to be a weird error.
I setup the vm with a qcow2 10GB HDD, setup on a 512MB Raspberry Pi running Wheezy with an 4GB ssd class 2 being used just for the boot partition and booting up into an 32GB Pendrive (For speed and size).
I have an ISO made with it (It also happens when using an external CD rom). I configure it the same way as an normal QEMU machine.
I then run in terminal:
(Sudo -i) - qemu -localtime -cdrom win98.iso -m 256 -boot d win98.img
It boots up the setup fine but it fails when it goes to partitioning.
I then found the microsoft guide on partitioning using
fdisk and when creating the partition it comes up with a verification size error.
Does anyone know how to fix this? (Should I have posted the question on another Stack Exchange website?)
Thanks - Ryan