Qemudo is a Web interface to QEMU, offering a way for users to access and control multiple virtual machines (guest systems) running on one or more remote physical machines (host systems). From the Web interface, VMs can be created, started up, shut down, reset, and accessed. Access to the VMs is done through a VNC applet that makes use of the VNC protocol natively supported by QEMU 0.8.1 and later. Qemudo has been primarily designed to function in a cluster environment, where its Web interface gives a unified view on all the VMs running on a cluster of physical machines.
Qemulator is a full featured emulation suite for QEMU that provides an easy way to manage your QEMU emulation jobs. It integrates image creation, organizing of virtual machines, and on demand control for running jobs in one application. An easy to use graphical installer is included. The Ubuntu deb package works fine with Ubuntu 6.06, 6.10, and 7.04.
c64img is a PHP script that converts an image (JPEG, PNG, or GIF) to an image that can be shown on a Commodore 64 (FLI style). It searches for the best possible colors in the 160x200 (X-doubled) resolution, and uses a simple dithering method to distribute errors. It outputs a 640x200 image consisting of the resampled original on the left and the dithered C64 image on the right.