project A DOS® Server In a Virtual Machine

Links It's the main Russian web site about retrocomputing on the Internet. This is one of the well-known American web sites that is dedicated to QuickBASIC, retrocomputing.
Also, it's a homepage of Mike Chambers (better known as "king_crimson") on the Internet. Fake86 is another king_crimson's project which he's been working on since 2010. Actually, it's an 8086 PC emulator that had been written in BASIC first, and it was rewritten in C afterwards.
The site seems to be abandoned judging by its dates at the bottom, but it's wrong. Mike follows and goes on working on the project. As he says, the latest updates are available from In particular, this page is about a Windows XP/2003 install via PXE. It's a rare method of installing today, but it's still in use and, in some cases, is worthwhile. As the description goes, this site is dedicated to Valentin Angelovski's (Australia) crazy embedded projects! By now, several ones have been out such as "Fleatiny", "Flea86" and "FleaFPGA". In a few words, these are cool devices which are single-board computers (SBC). "" is the online presence of OTC (Intel's Open Source Technology Center), where Intel's members pull together all the open source work that Intel engineers are involved in. It's Thrashbarg's web project dedicated to everything that is related to a 8080 processor. On his site, he writes that he started those 8080 based computers (8080 Mk I and II) about a year ago after he had found some odd boards at an electronics junk shop there in Adelaide (South Australia). This is Steve's (a.k.a. "Sudos") web server which is running on GNU/Linux Debian. Over there, you can find a lot of interesting stuff, such as games, ebooks and so on. pf-kernel is yet another Linux kernel fork which provides you with a handful of awesome features not merged into mainline. It is based on neither existing Linux fork nor patchset, although some unofficial ports may be used if required patches haven't been released officially. The name of the fork is by no means related to BSD Packet Filter. "pf" stands for "post-factum", the author's nickname. GNU Linux-libre is a Latin American project of a Linux kernel aimed to maintain and publish 100% Free distributions of Linux, suitable for use in Free System Distributions, removing software that is included without source code, with obfuscated or obscured source code, under non-Free Software licenses. "" is the official web site of the Linux kernel. The "Debian At NSU" project is well-known among Debian fans in Novosibirsk. It popularizes ideas of free software to refuse Windows and other proprietary software. It's the Ukrainian Linux web portal. News, releases of Linux, etc. Maintained by Softer. This web site is aimed at providing simple and easy help, tips and tricks and valuable support articles to Debian user community ranging from beginners to experts. Some versions of the Linux kernel