I'd like to install Fedora 15 to a disk image on a Windows 7 partition, then boot from that image using the Windows 7 native boot loader. The advantage of this would be to avoid resizing the NTFS partition and the (small, granted) risks that entails. It'd also just be a fun experiment.
My thinking is going as follows:
- Install Fedora to a VirtualBox image.
- Use VirtualBox's command-line tools to convert the .vdi to a raw image.
- Set up Windows' boot loader to boot from the raw image.
1 + 2 I can handle, it's 3 that I'm not clear on. I know it can be done, since Ubuntu's Wubi does it, but there doesn't seem to be anything comparable to Wubi for Fedora.