Interestingly, I'd just seen a self-hosted, open-source JIRA (and Trello/Asana/etc.) alternative on Hacker News today: Focalboard. Looks pretty similar to JIRA if you're looking for a tool that's similar but free.
Another tool mentioned in that discussion was OpenProject for a bit of a more Todoist-style project management that could also work, though less similar to JIRA.
I'd used Tagia for a bit for a while back as a free, self-hosted project management tool. That one's far more different from JIRA but could be worth checking as well.
I've tried both Jira and Trello for project management. Then we switch to ZenTao. It fits what you want as being open source, on-premise, and jira like. Here is a list of 6 Best Free and Open Source Project Management Software (FOSS) in 2021.
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Or do you use the Linux subsytem in Windows, emulation tools like DosBOX and WINE, or mobile device emulator/simulators? What's your favorite ways you've used virtual machines and emulation?