Updated, thank you.
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EP_X0FF wrote:Updated, thank you.I'm sorry,the link for WinQEMU was mistaken.The correct link is http://sourceforge.net/projects/winqemu/ .
liangtong wrote:Hi,EP_X0FF wrote:Updated, thank you.I'm sorry,the link for WinQEMU was mistaken.The correct link is http://sourceforge.net/projects/winqemu/ .
And WinQEMU just ports the source code of QEMU to Visual C++ 2008.It's a bit similar to QEMU Manager.
CloneRanger wrote:Here's another selection to add to the list.Not hardware or application virtualization, more cloning Windows or installing to a partition sharing the paging file. You can work locally in all systems without a reboot and has Instant System Recovery (ISR). So maybe can be characterized as lite virtualization than described by themselves 'software virtualiszation' - adding a hard disk means you can introduce another OS such as nix.
whyhim wrote:just looked through noticed https://github.com/kaffe/kaffeFrom their website "Kaffe is a clean room implementation of the Java virtual machine..."
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