I tried this recently, and it's just an emulator like VirtualBox. You can make persistent changes, but you can't install the OS from it - unless someone knows a trick I haven't seen yet!So, can you now run minime in qemu on windows running in Vbox running in PCLOS?
MobaLiveCD is a freeware that will run your Linux LiveCD on Windows thanks to the excellent emulator called "Qemu".Yayyy! Now I have safe surfing when I'm in Windows! And I have the bonus being able to test LiveCDs in Windows if I choose to do so - VBox actually does that much better than MobaLiveCD, IMO.
MobaLiveCD allows you to test your LiveCD with a single click
Nah, Qemu and MobaLiveCD may have a smaller footprint in Windows than VBox, but my point is that both can do the same job - but VBox does it better! Furthermore, it does more than just run a LiveCD.
Now if you want to run virtual Linux LiveCDs in a Windows emulator inside Linux, Moba seems to be just the thing, judging by the above posts. I still prefer VBox there, too... although I guess I might consider it if I was running a PC without the necessary hardware resources. Fortunately, I'm not afflicted with that problem at the moment.
It is confusing, though, isn't it? I tried to explain emuation to my wife one time, and it would have been more useful to shout at the wind.