not a lot. later on, installing and configuring Arch on an USB stick took me just over 2 hours. / I have new disk images of SliTaz, CorePure64, Fedora Workstation 31 and Tiny Core v1.0 from January 2009. I also installed QEMU because VirtualBox VMs have slowly become a pain in the anus to manage.
can take you quite a while to get that damn thing running, am i right?
Finally, something more on-topic -- I got my Arch Linux VM working! Originally gave up on it more than a month ago because I was dumb.
 Manjaro Linux 18.0.4 w/ KDE (my favourite distro), and the 15 MB Tiny Core Linux (tinycorelinux.net). I also have optical disk images of "DSL" (a 50 MB distro that can run on 16 MB of RAM), Ubuntu 18.04.3, and Windows 95/98, though I haven't tried Win9x yet.
 I've expanded my VM collection. I now have Android-x86, Bharat Operating System Solutions (bosslinux.in), a bootable snake game ISO from someone named Alok Menghrajani (quaxio.com/bootable_cd_retro_game_tweet), the open-source Windows clone that is ReactOS v0.4.12, Windows XP, and OpenBSD v6.6 (running right now), as well as the previously-mentioned OSes: Linux Mint 19.1 w/ Cinnamon, a custom Linux 3.18 image (copy.sh/v86/images/linux3.iso), Arch Linux version 2019-09-01,
Ubuntu budgie is cool, also the hole in the 'A' makes an ideal railgun if you erase the words
in my opinion :) what is your favorite distro (pls don't say win10) ?
"simply the best" ok sure