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OpenNX - ALternative to NoMachine NX client

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OpenNX is an open source drop in replacement for NoMachine's NX client. It is compatible to the original client in that it uses the same syntax for the session configuration files (.nxs files). It uses NX technology for providing a remote desktop display. It has ability to use the OpenSC framework, Ability to use a variety of different proxy types and lot more.

IncludeOS - A minimal, resource efficient unikernel for cloud services

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IncludeOS is an includable, minimal unikernel operating system for C++ services running in the cloud. Starting a program with #include <os> will literally include a tiny operating system into your service during link-time. IncludeOS is free software, with "no warranties or restrictions of any kind".

FeatherweightVirtualMachine - An OS-level container which virtualizes Windows' file system, registry, kernel, and network communication

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This repo is a mirror of the Featherweight Virtual Machine project hosted at Sourceforge. Featherweight Virtual Machine (FVM) is an OS-level virtual machine for Windows 2000 and XP. FVM virtualizes Windows' file system, registry, kernel object, and network communication.

node-libvirt - libvirt bindings for google v8 javascript engine (nodejs addon)

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Node-Libvirt is a set of bindings to Libvirt API, which allows to use it from Javascript. You must have NodeJS and Libvirt already installed to be able to build node-libvirt.




hvpp - hvpp is a lightweight Intel x64/VT-x hypervisor written in C++ focused primarily on virtualization of already running operating system

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hvpp is a lightweight Intel x64/VT-x hypervisor written in C++ focused primarily on virtualization of already running operating system. Although several open-source research hypervisors aimed at simplicity already exist, in my opinion this field is still somewhat unexplored and needs more open-source projects. This can especially help those who have just started exploring virtualization technologies and are looking for small/reference projects. If you're one of them, my bets are that you're really disappointed right now, because all you've got are barely dozen of (great!) projects and huge pile of Intel Manual pages.