Had some spare time at the office this morning and I filled it by downloading Haiku and running it inside KVM on my desktop machine. This really brought back sweet memories of one of first operating systems from which i actually learned something about the internals of modern OS: BeOS, the predecessor of Haiku.

To my surprise it worked out of the box and the installer recognized every part of the KVM environment necessary to setup a permanent installation e.g. CD drive and HDD.

Maybe I'll use it for a while as a secondary desktop, just for the fun of it and the nostalgic feeling :-)