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I've spent nearly a year perfecting a command-line tool for RPi called vdesktop. It does exactly what you want - boot a RaspiOS image in a virtual container. As opposed to manual methods like chroot and systemd-nspawn, Vdesktop is the only tool that displays the container's entire graphical desktop. Other unique features include sound syncing, clipboard ...


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If you do not want to use hardware virtualization features, your best chance to use containers like Docker or LXC as goldilocks said. When I read your question, my first think was Docker because I used it earlier. After I see goldilocks's answer and I see LXC ... I'm not try it yet, but it is possible its better chance in your situation. https://...


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generate some network traffic and conduct some logging That doesn't sound like something you need a heavy weight VM like QEMU for. You don't need to emulate a different hardware platform, right? And the OS is going to be some linux flavour (methinks you don't have much of a choice there). This is what containers are for, aka operating system (as opposed to ...


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