original message from Tom Ehlert, 2016-06-20 17:42:
> .VHD is a fairly generic virtual *disk* format, and most virtual
> machines providers should be able to read them.
> a tiny bit more specialized are the virtual machine configuration
> files, but we should be able to provide multiple formats, for Virtual
> Box, DosBox, HyperV, ...
> still no rocket science, and no risk to damage user data.

I wonder if it was possible to include the guest integration drivers for 
Virtual PC, VirtualBox, QEMU (are there any?), Hyper-V in a provided VHD 
image... it's a license thing: it must be checked if the guest 
integration drivers are redistributable or not.

I don't think DOSBox requires a virtual hard disk image at all.


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