It's been a long and cold winter this year, so I've finally had some spare time to spend on the genera virtual lisp machine for linux (thanks to Brad Parker for the great work done of adapting the alpha version to x86_64).
Major things I've changed:
genera is now working with recent X-Servers (xcb) as well as with the ancient (pre-xcb) versions.
changed networking to better work with tuntap tap-interfaces (you do no longer need admin rights to run genera if you've configured your TAP devices once and for all).
integer arithmetic (esp. division) now working, i.e. (/3) now yields 1/3, not 0.
double float exceptions now working as designed (/ 0.0) generates a trap, not a result.
super-, meta-, abort-, resume- etc. keys now working in the debugger, too.
established a client for NFS version 3 in LISP (because NFS v2 is only poorly supported in recent Linux distributions).
If you're feeling like it, you may download a version of genera here and a distribution world containing the NFSv3 client and a few other lisp machine patches. You'll find a distribution tape for NFS v3 client here.
Of course you'll need a 64-bit Linux OS to run (I'm using OpenSUSE right now) and set up network and NFS-server as described elsewhere (see VLM on linux for example). Any questions ? Contact me
With this version, you don't need any xmodmap actions to run genera.