Open source virtualisation with qemu

Virtualisation is ultra-cool. For the uninitiated, virtualisation is being able to have a virtual computer running on top of a real one. It's a great way to run two operating systems at the same time, or test out the latest stuff without committing a physical machine.

There are a couple of open source virtualisation solutions, xen and qemu. I might be taking a look at xen in a future ...

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SyllableOS 0.6.3

We're not all about Linux here at FOSSwire - in fact I personally love trying out any alternative and wacky platform you can give me, so today we're going to stray from our usual Linux territory a bit and take a look at another free and open source operating system, SyllableOS.

SyllableOS bills itself as:

The goal of Syllable is to create a reliable and easy-to-use open source operating ...

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X-Moto

One of the great things about writing for FOSSwire is that you have a great excuse to try out all of the latest free and open source software games (and end up spending a couple of hours 'researching' each one).

I recently discovered a great game called X-Moto. It describes itself as:

X-Moto is a challenging 2D motocross platform game, where physics play an all important role in the gameplay ...

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