On Mon, Jul 11, 2022 at 05:14:05AM -0700, MUT wrote: > I want to try creating maybe a standalone VM that would mount a partition > on my hard drive which has a seperate os installed on it as its root, and > use that as a VM. Effectively that would let you use the second OS you have > installed on a computer besides Qubes as a VM in qubes. I searched around > the web to see if someone has done it, but couldn't find anything. > > I'd be very thankful for any help or advice regarding that, will post some > updates after I actually try it. > I'm surprised you couldn't find anything on this. You want to create a block device using the other partition and use it in place of the standalone root. You can customise the standalone definition or do some jiggery pokery to get it running. I hacked about with this and will look out my notes.
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