OpenSUSE liveCDs come with the virtualbox guest additions already installed, so you'll get 3D acceleration (if you enable it) and display resizing out of the box. In regards to space a typical instalation will require about 3GB. The default instalation is 2.8GB IIRC.
Originally Posted by Panix
I had to give this one up.
I couldn't get it to boot up when installed on an external harddisk, even though I installed the bootloader to the harddisks root partition.
It would boot up grub, but grub was not able to find the root partition
Now that fglrx officially supports openSUSE 11.4 I finally took the plunge.
Overall impression: very sleek.
No more trailing with fglrx' 2D acceleration (I suppose it's thanks to the famous 200 lines patch?)
But: still haven't been able to make my microphone work. I've removed .asoundrc, .pulse/, and the kmix settings which had carried over from 11.3, installed pavucontrol, though there is just no input from the microphone.
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