The MicroPython project This is the MicroPython project, which aims to put an implementation of Python 3.x on microcontrollers and small embedded syst
A kernel designed to run one and only one application in a virtualized environment
MVisor: A mini x86 hypervisor Goal A minimal hypervisor based on KVM and x86 (replace QEMU) A limited number of emulated devices (support plugins in l
Reporter A C program to retrieve information about your Linux machine How to Install Open the terminal and type following commands apt update apt inst
Box64 - Linux Userspace x86_64 Emulator with a twist, targeted at ARM64 Linux devices
kvm-host kvm-host is a minimalist type 2 hypervisor using Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), capable of running Linux kernel partially. Build a
TinyVM is a virtual machine with the goal of having a small footprint. Low memory usage, a small amount of code, and a small binary. Building can be
THIS PROJECT IS UNSTABLE AND DEPRECATED I have since started slow work on a more stable, better thought-out project called RabbitVM. It doesn't quite
A virtual machine hardware tool that gives you an escape option for when your VM locks you in (when it freezes, and also traps your mouse). A secondary mouse that only activates once you press it.
wiser A very minimal type-2 hypervisor built using Linux Kernel Virtual Machine for Linux. Following project is under-development expect unfinished co
webuxn A light-weight port of the uxn virtual machine to the web via WebAssembly. Demos life.rom darena.rom animation.rom musictracker.rom Bring Your
Maintained fork of the Openbox WM with support for tiling and others
Processor-Project A virtual processor with an instruction set similar to ARM made in C++. How it works This virtual processor allows the user to write
LLVM Backend for Glulx This project provides an experimental LLVM backend for Glulx, allowing programs written in C or other languages with LLVM front
mumu is a hobby hypervisor-ish. mumu can be a good resource to learn virtualization, hypervisors and KVM right now. In the future, who knows, it may become a real hypervisor.