Free and open-source emulator.- QEMU
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Virtualization module in the Linux kernel that allows the kernel to function as a hypervisor.
Originally a forked version of QEMU was provided to launch guests and deal with hardware emulation that isn't handled by the kernel.
Fabrice Bellard (born 1972) is a French computer programmer known for writing FFmpeg, QEMU, and the Tiny C Compiler.
Type-1 hypervisor, providing services that allow multiple computer operating systems to execute on the same computer hardware concurrently.
Xen HVM has device emulation based on the QEMU project to provide I/O virtualization to the virtual machines.
Family of reduced instruction set computer (RISC) instruction set architectures (ISA) developed by MIPS Computer Systems, now MIPS Technologies, based in the United States.
More advanced free emulators are available from the GXemul (formerly known as the mips64emul project) and QEMU projects.
Free and open-source, monolithic, modular, multitasking, Unix-like operating system kernel.
OS-level virtualization (with Linux-VServer), paravirtualization and hardware-assisted virtualization (with KVM or Xen, and using QEMU for hardware emulation); On the Xen hypervisor, the Linux kernel provides support to build Linux distributions (such as openSuSE Leap and many others) that work as Dom0, that are virtual machine host servers that provide the management environment for the user's virtual machines (DomU).
Type-2 hypervisor for x86 virtualization developed by Oracle Corporation.
VirtualBox also contains a dynamic recompiler, based on QEMU to recompile any real mode or protected mode code entirely (e.g. BIOS code, a DOS guest, or any operating system startup).
Group of several proprietary graphical operating system families developed and marketed by Microsoft.
Darwine – a port of Wine for macOS and Darwin. Operates by running Wine on QEMU.
Family of complex instruction set computer instruction set architectures initially developed by Intel based on the Intel 8086 microprocessor and its 8088 variant.
Proprietary systems include Hyper-V, Parallels Workstation, VMware ESX, VMware Workstation, VMware Workstation Player and Windows Virtual PC, while free and open-source systems include QEMU, Kernel-based Virtual Machine, VirtualBox, and Xen.
Publicly available specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware.
QEMU/KVM can be used with the Open Virtual Machine Firmware (OVMF) provided by TianoCore.
Open, logical-device interface specification for accessing a computer's non-volatile storage media usually attached via PCI Express (PCIe) bus.
NVMe is supported by QEMU since version 1.6 released on August 15, 2013. NVMe devices presented to QEMU guests can be either real or emulated.