Virtualization Focused OS & Cloud Compatible Desktop Environment
SharkLinux is a 64 bit OS that specializes in virtualization and features a custom MATE/XFCE desktop capable of running on a cloud server with little impact on performance. The OS runs KVM as the primary hypervisor and provides a wide range of tools to build and run VM's and containers. Some limited native support exists for DEB and RPM based Linux platforms, NixOS, osX and Windows applications. SharkLinux has several distinct qualities from other Linux systems such as; automatic system upgrades, favours source-build installers over pre-installed apps, and sudo users can run shell commands without a password. Build scripts are one-click and configured to run without conflicting with other included software. SharkLinux is built exclusively in a cloud environment to ensure compatibility and is under heavy development. A physical keyboard has never been touched while making SharkLinux. The distribution was created by a single person using only an Android smartphone.
The PHP script engine for Java. --- Run PHP applications within any J2EE server or servlet engine and/or connect script engines like PHP with Java or .NET back ends efficiently.
TiEmu is an emulator of Texas Instruments hand-helds (TI89/92/92+/V200) for Linux & Windows written with GTK. Full-featured with a graphical debugger.
A BASIC interpreter and compiler with graphics.
X11-Basic is a dialect of the BASIC programming language with graphics capability that integrates features like shell scripting, cgi-Programming and full graphical visualisation into the easy to learn basic language on modern computers.
Yet another Tetris clone. It features up to 4 simultaneous players, 5 customizable play modes, a piece editor and player profiles (high scores and statistics). Customizable skin, music and background
An unofficial VMware® ESX/ESXi Manager for Linux
vEMan - [v]Mware [E]SX [Man]ager provides a GUI for managing ESX servers natively from within your Linux desktop without the need to use Windows vSphere® anymore! Support vEMan development for v2.0 by gofundme! http://www.gofundme.com/vEMan Why I started vEMan? Because I hate it to start my Windows VM to manage ESX(i) servers ;o) vEMan is (maybe) not needed if you use vCenter 5.x: http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2005377 --> vSphere >= v5 has a "web client" BUT keep in mind that there are caveats: Not all features are available in the web client AND it can connect to vCenters only (see: http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1006095) - ESX(i) v3.x or 4.x? - v5.x - but no vCenter? - you want a native Linux vSphere client? Then try vEMan! ------- vEMan is not published or pronounced by VMware Inc. vEMan is an OpenSource project from a private person without any warranty or claim to bother VMware Inc. VMware,vSphere,ESX/ESXi,vCenter are trademarks by VMware Inc.
vmdkutil is a utility to manage VMware sparse virtual disk files (.vmdk), creating, cloning, merging, etc.
Open QEMU Manager is a web manager running on Linux. With Open QEMU Manager you can configure, admin and run one or more qemu instance on the target host. Different user and admin menues permit easily to sell Virtual Private Servers (VPS) based on QEMU.
Local and over IP backups for ESXi 5.1, 5.5, 6.0 and 6.5
Free VMWare Backup software solution for ESXi hypervisor, compatible with free unlicensed ESXi. Hot backups, fully functional, standalone, ideal for dedicated servers. Full version supports quiescing, differential backup, deduplication and much more... Download link: https://33hops.com/xsibackup-vmware-esxi-backup.html VMWare backup and replication for ESXi vSphere virtual machines to datastore or differential over IP. No agents, self capable, runs in the hypervisor host, ESXi 5.1, ESXi 5.5 & ESXi 6.0 compatible, hot backups. Free VMWare backup solution for the ESXi hypervisor. Linux style command line tool. Crontab with configurable disk space autoprovision, set the room you want to reserve for your backups and rotate them. Full backups may be done with vmkfstools or by means of Rsync and its Delta algorithm (read: https://33hops.com/blog_xsibackup-rsync-considerations.html), to a local datastore or over TCP/IP tunneled through SSH, so any transfer over IP is secure.
BitVisor is a tiny hypervisor initially designed for mediating I/O access from a single guest OS. Its implementation is mature enough to run Windows and Linux, and can be used as a generic platform for various research and development projects.
MyJIT is a small library allowing to (JIT) compile intermediate language into the machine code and subsequently execute it.
Clipper/XBase compatible compiler with initial support other xBase dialects. Multitasking, OOP,SIX/Comix, SQL and ODBC drivers,a C-API for third-party developers, a few wrappers for popular libraries (such as BZIP, GZIP, GD, Crypto, and Fcgi), ....
Jainja is a JVM (Java Virtual Machine) written in Java
Z80 shared library including some nice test-projects
Another Zilog Z80 emulation. C++ class on a shared library. Simulates all pins of the Z80-Chip in a single function interface. Additionally are some Test-Projects added. 1. CP/M 2.2 emulator connectable by an telnet client. 2. An instruction set examiner. 3. An ZX-80 emulator. 4. An TK-80 emulator 5. An Z80 Dis-assembler driver for all supported instructions.
The user-mode kernel port is a port of the Linux kernel which runs in a set of processes. The result is a user-mode virtual machine and a kernel which can be debugged and developed using all of the usual process-level tools.
Minimal programming language
The goal of this project is to define a minimal programming language which can be implemented very easily on any platform.
This project provides virtual machines for qcow2
Welcome! This project provides virtual machines for qcow2 for several free and/or open-source operating systems, such as GNU/Linux for testing, security and/or entertainment purposes. In most cases, we've done a minimal setup, to let you alter the images to your own needs and learn how to use the operating systems. We will try to provide instructions for key tasks (for example, installing Guest Additions) for each image. Updates on new images and problems will be provided in the News page. We would like you to subscribe to our newsfeed or follow us by by e-mail, either. We hope you enjoy your stay.
Front end/Image manager for QEMU A nice boot menu/install program for QEMU disk images and guest operating systems.
Qemudo is a Web interface to QEMU offering a way for users to access and control multiple virtual machines (guest systems) running on one or more remote physical machines (host systems).
RhinoLINUX Lite is a powerful full featured OS that is easy to use
RhinoLINUX Lite is the lightweight edition of RhinoLINUX - this edition has a light shell, LXDE, or XFce depending on the release, and a smaller set of applications, which is still complete and able to handle all common document, multimedia and internet filetypes. This latest release is compatible with Ubuntu's "saucy" software suite and this project's code name is "Saucy SUZIE". This edition, called the LITE EDITION as it is intended for lite users (who only need the basics) and for lite PCs (those that are now legacy and perhaps low on resources). However this edition features a full set of applications and utilities, and can also be happily run on more modern hardware. In this release: XFce Desktop Environment 4.10 (XFCE is a low-resource,modern looking desktop GUI with its own Window Manager,xfwin. UPSTREAM Components: Ubuntu 13.10 'Saucy Salamander' Linux Mint 16 'Petra' FEATURED APPLICATIONS: LibreOffice,Firefox,VirtualBox,VLC Media Player
The ucsd-psystem-vm project is a portable virtual machine (p-code interpreter) for the UCSD p-System. It supports execution of Apple ][ Pascal programs, it can even display TurtleGraphics using X11.
NanoCL is a simple command language with syntax based on TCL implemented in C++. NanoCL is designed to provide simple scripting language, configuration file format as well as interactive console to games and GUI applications.
Apple1 Emulator for the terminal with cut and paste.
Apple1 emulator, like the Replica1, for the terminal with full cut and paste. Forked from napple1 and pom1. Tested with figFORTH and APPLESOFT BASIC. Tested and compiled on LINUX 3.0.x, OSx 10.6.x, and Windows XP/Vista/7 and it works well. A folder of sample applications is included for you to be ab le to use your "faux1" right after the install. Pre compiled Windows installer and source is available for all platforms (LINUX, POSIX, OSX, and Windows). To compile you will need make, gcc, and the standard development libraries. There are no difficult dependencies to figure out.
FreeBlade is a tool that allows to combine multiple independent linux servers running QEMU/KVM instances into a blade server system. On each node, FreeBlade controls the local virtualcontrol, OpenSAN and httpvnc services in a global context.
A Virtual Machine based on a Simplified Instructional Computer (SIC). The Machine will emulate all the hardware of a SIC and will be able to run any program that is written for the SIC as described by Leland L.Beck in his book "System Software"