I was finally able to install my Virtual Machine on a physical partition, but I was unable to get it to boot from that partition. I eventually manipulated the storage in the virtual machine manager prior to creating the host. I was able to install, but am still unable to boot.
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I originally posted this on Fedora Forums, but it was suggested that I post this here. I consider myself to be an expert PC user, but not an expert Linux user. Anyway, here is the original post:
“I'm installing WindowsXP as a virtual machine on Fedora 11, but
the screens in the Virtual Machine Manager don't match those in the help file.
I want to use an actual partition instead of an image file, but it isn't
offered as an option.