While it would be very unusual to use an x86 based PC as an embedded system, PCs are ubiquitous. Also most people can already read x86 assembly. So I have decided to provide a port for people to have an easy way to try JaeOS.
It is running in a flat 32bit address space and it assumes that you are booting it with a multiboot compatible boot loader such as GRUB.
Of course the executable that can run on a real PC can also run on a PC simulator -- saves a lot of trouble during development. The picture below shows the development tool called Bochs running a simulated PC which is executing one of the JaeOS demos.