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VMware allows you to run 'virtual machines' inside a Linux host. It is not an emulator. It provides a virtual computer within the host which can boot whichever OS you decide to put on the filesystem image that is used as a harddrive. It will run DOS
VMware Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of EMC Corporation, supplies proprietary virtualization software for x86-compatible computers, including VMware Workstation and the freeware VMware Server and VMware Player products. The company has its headquarters in Palo Alto, California, United States, and established an R&D Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2005. VMware software runs on Windows and on Linux, and made its debut on Mac OS X in December, 2006.