Linux PC that runs in Firefox and Google Chrome; provides an x86-compatible 32-bit CPU, an interrupt controller, interrupt timer and serial port that runs in only 90 KB; you will find further information at The H.
Online Wikibook. Provides a workbook and reference guide to emulator QEMU and to kernel-based virtual machine (KVM). Primarily aimed at system administrators, software developers, software testers and technically interested non-professionals. Also available as a 300-page print edition.
Allows installing and starting of X11-based applications on Mac OS X systems. Applications behave like normal Mac programs and can be closed, minimised or maximised via a special interface. According to the developer, this app is completely compatible with X11R7, including several libraries and basic utilities, such as xterm. Download requires registration.
Graphical user interface for DOSBox (included in the program package), designed to help DOS novices over the first hurdles when configuring the DOS emulator with text-based configuration files. Fast and secure download from The H
This null modem emulator creates an infinite number of virtual COM port pairs and can connect them to a virtual null modem cable so that any COM port-based application can be linked to another; consequently the output from one application then also becomes the input to the other application and vice versa.
Virtualisation solution for servers based on [PRG57389. Doesn’t just support Oracle applications. Offers integrated clustering, virtualisation, saving and management for grid computing. Officially supports Oracle Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, as well as Windows servers (for processes with supporting virtualisation).
Creates any number of virtual PCs. These are updated automatically along with the host system. Also for USB sticks but doesn’t run within a virtual environment (VMM). Available as an Express and an extended Professional solution.