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Emulation

Emulators allow you to run programs that were originally written for other operating systems or devices within Linux.
FakeNES   Home Page
Open Source emulator for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Written in C and is supported on most operating systems including Linux.
Mac-On-Linux   Home Page
A Linux/PPC program that virtualizes MacOS or MacOSX in Linux.
MAME   Home Page
Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator (MAME) emulates the hardware used in the older arcade games. Using the emulator and a copy of the ROM (a ROM is a copy of the game imprinted on a chip in the arcade game) you can play the games of yesteryear.
tn5250   Home Page
Emulates a 5250 terminal or printer over telnet, for connecting to IBM iSeries and AS/400 computers running i5/OS and OS/400.
Virtual GameBoy   Home Page
Virtual GameBoy (VGB) is a program that emulates the Nintendo GameBoy handheld on your computer. It runs GameBoy, Super GameBoy, and GameBoy Color games on PCs, Macs, PocketPCs, Unix boxes, etc. VGB also helps debugging GameBoy software without using a costly development system.
Wine   Home Page
Wine is a software application which aims to allow Unix-like computer operating systems on the x86 architecture to execute programs that were originally written for Microsoft Windows. Wine also provides a software library known as Winelib which developers can compile Windows applications against in order to port them to Unix-like systems.
xtrs   Home Page
Radio Shack TRS-80 Model I/III/4/4P emulator.

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