QEMU is an open source cross-platform emulator for Linux hosts. It allows you to emulate a number of hardware architectures (x86, x86-64, and PowerPC are currently known to work, with others, including SPARC and MIPS, in development). QEMU thereby lets you run another operating system on top of your existing OS. Going through the process of installing and configuring QEMU not only gave me a worthwhile new software tool, but also helped me learn a few things about Linux.
I was talking to Kevin about this, but I think I lost him. LOL!
I'm not laughing at Kevin, I'm laughing at how I can't seem to talk in a way people understand. I always lose people with my crazy ideas. LOL!