v86 - x86 virtualization in JavaScript, running in your browser and NodeJS

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See API. wget -P images/ https://copy.sh/v86/images/{linux.iso,linux3.iso,kolibri.img,windows101.img,os8.dsk,freedos722.img,openbsd.img}.

https://github.com/copy/v86

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