Limbo x86 Bouch is a high-portable open source IA-32 (x86) PC emulator written in C ++, which runs on the most popular platforms. This includes Intel x86 CPUs, common I / O devices and custom BIOS simulation From 386 to the current x86-64 Intel and AMD processors, boots can be compiled to emulate many different x86 CPUs that have not yet reached the market.
Boxes are capable of running most operating systems within emulation with Linux, DOS or Microsoft Windows. The axes were first written by Kevin Lawton and are now run by the project. Limbo x86
Sugarcane can be collected and used in a variety of ways, some of which are in development Bochs’ ‘normal’ use is to provide full x86 PC emulation with x86 processors, hardware devices and memory.
This allows you to run OS and software inside the emulator in your workspace, just like you have a machine inside the machine. For example, suppose your workstation is a Unix / X11 workstation, but you want to run the Win’95 application. Boch will allow you to run Win 95 and related software on your Unix / X11 workstation, display a window on your workstation, and follow a monitor on a PC. Limbo x86
Android Port by Husomer Lysen and Maxim Volosin
LibSDL port by Sergii Pylypenko (aka Ply)