Emulate Legacy Operating Systems on Linux
This article shows you how Linux is used to emulate a wide variety of operating systems. More than mere academic exercises, these "hosted OSes" are practical investments for many server rooms. One of the best things to do with a Linux box is to run programs for other operating systems on it. It can simplify your life considerably.
(Submitted by Anonymous Tue Jun 17, 2003 )
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