In a virtualized environment (I use Proxmox) you can specify the kind of hard disk device you add to a virtual machine.
Most common are IDE, SCSI and VIRTIO (specialized drivers for virtual environment).
I seems that Beta14 can’t work with VIRTIO disks.
The same virtual disk content added to the same vm but as a SCSI device works fine.
All the Linux distributions used by me so far could work with any of these device type (tested with Debian, Suse, Ubuntu).
As work-around, one can use SCSI (or probably IDE too).
For some reason VIRTIO does not work.
In the SETUP / Profiles section, it shows “ERROR” and you can’t format or partition the disk. I tried to partition and format manually in ext3 (using but the disk still gave an ERROR in Zeroshell
Disk format is QCOW2
Device type VIRTIO does not work, SCSI works
Congrats for Zeroshell !
Kind regards from Brussels,