GSport is an Apple IIgs emulator based on Kent Dickey's excellent KEGS emulator. It features updated support for the Uthernet Ethernet board, as well as virtual printer support. Code from several KEGS variants over the years was merged together to form this codebase. GSport's name comes from the merging of "GS" (as in the Apple IIgs) and portability - in the programming sense - since it can be built and run on many different computer platforms.
Gelide is a configurable multi emulator and multi system front-end that lets you manage any kind of emulated system (PC, console, arcade, etc.). Gelide lets you catalog and launch any game from any existing emulator under GNU/Linux. You can configure any emulator with command line parameters support.
JMCE a multiple computer emulator, a simulator for 8-bit microprocessors (Intel 8080, Zilog Z80, Intel 8051, etc.) and for many of the computers based over them, such as ZX Spectrum, Altair 8800, and Z80Pack, running their original ROM and operating system. All JMCE computers can be configured programmatically or using XML. For example, it is possible connect the console of a simulated IMSAI 8080 to one TCP server or to one physical serial interface without writing even one line of code. It is also possible to change the memory for the Z80Pack computer from plain to banked memory only by editing a single XML file.
Cloonix is a Linux router and host simulation platform. It fully encapsulates application, host, and network l2 and l3 into a relatively easy-to-use simulation GUI. Network delay and loss characteristics can be configured per link. It provides support for running kvm or UML virtual machines configured into an arbitrary complex network configuration. It is possible to run a 12 router UML simulation on a small x86 host (a P4 with 512 MB RAM). 32- and 64-bit KVM machines are provided.
VisualBoyAdvance Link is a system and GUI that supports GBA/SP multiplayer link cable emulation and linking of up to 4 Gameboy emulators. It is a mix between VBALink and VBA-M. It has a "General Purpose" module that allows the Final Fantasy Tactics Advance game to be played in multiplayer mode, joystick support, display of an image representing a game after selecting a set, and game configuration saving.
WANsim allows you to simulate (more accurately, emulate) a WAN connection. In particular, it allows a user to change the emulated WAN speed, latency, variation, packet loss, packet duplication, and packet corruption aspects. It is configured as a network bridge that is established at boot time and uses the Linux Kernel NETEM functionality to accomplish its goals. Although relatively well documented, this functionality is not the easiest to use. WANsim wraps it into a simple to use script.