OK, I think I understand the concept. YOU have a Peanut Linux distribution installed on a machine and are running VMware to provide a simulation environment in which you run the image, right?
That makes sense. I may have to approach it just a bit differently. I have a new computer (very fast, lots of RAM, and lots of HD space. It runs Windows XP. I have a copy of VMware (v2.x) installed and I have installed a FULL version of RedHat Linux. Amazingly, this setup is pretty cool! I never dreamed that VMware could do what it does so effectivly!
Anyway, so how would I install the simulation environment for the M4I image? Would I just create a new session in VMware and install it there? or would I install the Linux version of VMware in the RedHat install and basically run the "simulation within the simulation"? Truely, this may be asking for problems, but I think my machine could handle it.
What do you think?
I would REALLY like to try to tailor what you already have provided to my more specific needs/desires:
Lose the Mame stuff
Replace Netscape with Opera
Add a Flash plug-in
Lose the slide viewer
and some other stuff that I forget.
Anyway, your insights would be most appreciated!