I've just completed my Debian for Oracle VM VirtualBox article (More or less), for anyone that might be interested in giving it a go - You can find it in the draft of the magazine:
You will probably need to set aside 2 hours to following it, by the time you have downloaded the ISO file, installed VirtualBox and built the Virtual Machine. It should be very easy to follow - Something to do when you have a couple of hours to kill or in the background whilst you are channel hopping the TV.
Well worthwhile though if you are like me - Using Windows as your main OS.
Thank you for posting this... it will be very useful after I wasted quite a bit of time yesterday trying (unsuccessfully) to install Wary on Virtual Box, so as soon as I have a spare hour (or two) I will be carefully working through it.
The magazine is looking great I thought, so I decided to print out the 3 pages of your article, but what I did find was that when you go into the two column layout, the text becomes quite small and not that easy to read.
Also, at the bottom of Page 10 you have two 'orphan' lines, (one in each column) which should really be linked with the next screen shots.
I know this sounds as if I am being critical (and I suppose I am), but I am sure that many other readers will be making the same sort of comments, and I am sure you would rather they were made now, while you are still at the 'Draft' stage, rather than later.
There is certainly a need, I feel, for this sort of 'step by step' guide, especially as many users will be on a steep learning curve anyway.
Keep up the good work!