Well I did some testing and found out some things.
Looks like the issue is related to the rhgb option.
If I boot from the liveCD and hit the tab key and delete the rhgb then the kernel will panic.
Doesn't seem to matter if I am running VirtualBox on Windows Vista for Fedora 9.
If I just let it boot and don't mess with the command line options it comes up just fine.
Also I was able to mount a directory over nfs that had the liveCD iso in it and was able to use that as well.
So something is up with the rhgb option. At least for me.
How much video memory and ram are you giving the guest?
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