I am a mega dummy
To be honest, reading your answer, not being very familiar with VirtualBox, I would have to scratch my head a few times, translate the cryptic (indeed
cli- jargon -like) instruction into human readable text, open VirtualBox to find out what you are exactly referring to, click the link for additional information, try to find the appropriate information on the page....
Even for me, using VirtualBox a lot, the line:
"...disk-image-manager, assign the ISO-image to the virtual CD drive of the VM and configure the boot-order of the VM"
takes quite some effort to picture what to do exactly.
Posting an additional answer?
In the past, I practiced the rule that I would never post an additional answer if an existing answer was based on the same concept as what I had in mind. The result was that It sometimes took considerably more time to edit/improve an existing answer, than answering the question from scratch.
I stopped doing that.
I therefore post an additional answer nevertheless, if:
- the existing answer is hardly fixable into a good answer without rewriting it
- I have useful additional information, which comes together with the existing answer
In this case, if your answer even wasn't clear enough to be recognized by kos (and to be honest, by me), I suggest you reconsider the concept of how to answer questions.
I am pretty sure kos posted his answer, not knowing it was based on the same procedure as your answer. Even if he would have, I see good reasons to post an elaborated, additional answer however.