this behaviour is because of the way a BeOS/ZETA cd is constructed. For
some more infos take a look at the bottom of this page:
What you could do:
- Make a boot floppy out of track one of your demo-cd.
- Extract the second track as iso (be sure to take only the second track)
- In qEmu boot from your virtual floppy, press `space` to access the
bootmenu and select your virtual hd.
This way I get a complete ZETA installed in qEmu. But don´t expect to
much, as most hardware is currently not supported (the last time i tried)
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