Hey MDL people! Linux has got quite some abilities and I really like using it... it's my main OS... I already played around a bit with VMs (Windows VM on Linux), and I found a quite nice tutorial which really worked well: OS/2 Warp 4 on Linux. See here: http://www.linux.org/threads/os2-warp-on-linux.7540/ As I enjoy old computers and old operating systems I thought I'd give it a go. I‘ll spare you with the details, but really suggest giving it a try. It's super easy, it's all for free and - it's fun! I bet a lot of us will feel the spirit of bygone times. I'd love to see an OS/2 of today: OS/2 Warp 2015 or so... but well, that’s the way things are. What follows is a collection of VM screenshots of various stages of installing and using the system. Enjoy! First comes first - installation: System configuration: GUI / Desktop environment: For another fun purpose, I took the registration process... they want to know a lot Some step by step guides: System / system related: (no internetz - oh noes!) Some games at least: Making sure no one tinkers with my system: Customizing my OS/2: Also some MS Windows stuff: Office applications: Graphics: Some Internet suggestions: Shutdown process: This is it so far. I hope you enjoyed my little tour I'm open to any suggestions as I'd like to further experiment with OS/2. Maybe some software or so? Still have to do some searching. But so far the system is working. Primary goal achieved See you around!