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QEMU Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to QEMU based on common topics and language

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  • GitHub repo cbsd

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  • GitHub repo Vagrant

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  • GitHub repo react-virtualized

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  • GitHub repo xi-editor

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Posts where QEMU has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.
  • Dual Boot MacBook Pro for Grad School
    reddit.com/r/mac | 2021-03-27
  • Installing Kubernetes
    dev.to | 2021-03-05
    In this case, it's a small Python flask app which returns some information about the environment in it. The cross-platform docker creation is pretty slow since it fires up a simulator of the ARM architecture (assuming you are on an x86-64 architecture) to do the building, but it works pretty painlessly, at least for interpreted languages like Python. For compiled languages like C++ and Rust it's considerably more complicated.
  • evdev change hotkey to something other than lctrl + rctrl
    reddit.com/r/VFIO | 2021-02-28
    You can find a list of valid combinations (self-explanatory), here.
  • Unit testing
    reddit.com/r/embedded | 2021-02-27
    You may want to take a look at Renode and/or QEMU for emulation and unit testing purposes. Both are also easy to integrate into PlatformIO.
  • Could you instal x86_64 apps on aarch64?
    You *might* be able to use Qemu to emulate x86-64 on an ARM based system like the Pi. I can't supply any more info since I've never attempted anything like this, it would likely be slow though.
  • Hey guys! There's this cool thing called QEMU! It's a great starting point for making your own emulators based on modern consoles! So you can focus more on bringing the best emulation experience than building everything from scratch!
    reddit.com/r/EmuDev | 2021-02-07
  • Ubuntu Linux is now running on M1 Macs
    reddit.com/r/Ubuntu | 2021-01-21