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BTRFS based NAS and private cloud storage solution565 weekly downloads
Announcing The "Radically Fast Robolinux LXDE Raptor" V8.2 LTS 20201,517 weekly downloads
Active Directory Domain Controller built on CentOS and Samba4.53 weekly downloads
SuperWikia: The Runtime/Realtime Environment for Codesmiths1 weekly downloads
A collection of python scripts which maintain a small linux distribution for a web-managed VPN endpoint providing distributed authentication, roaming profiles, and PKI services. All management is done via encrypted http. Uses LDAP, Kerberos, Apache, Pyth
EyesOfNetwork is free and is designed to allow easy implementation of a library process (ITIL). It simply shows information, raises alerts when there is trouble, helps the team to solve it, and very easily provides SLA reports in an editable format.
NOCAssist manages a web hosting company from colo to virtual-dedicated servers. Will alsos install/config (remote) up to 5 *NIX OSes. This program includes a CMS, Ticket system and a whole lot more.
OpenSAN is a free software project realizing Storage Area Network system. This is small firmware that turns server (having at least one hard drive) into an iSCSI target accessible through the Ethernet interface.
A complete embedded operating system for proprietary SATA drive enclosures that simplifies the setup and management of logical volumes in a SATA RAID Array. The user interface is an intuitive web interface. Users can contribute to make it their own.
WINOS is a number of scripts that will try to emulate an operating system like Linux or Windows on the Web. As a user you will be able to do things as if you were working on your computer.
The deepOfix Mail Server makes it possible for organisations with minimal technical expertise to have robust server infrastructure. It offers unprecented ease of use, doesn't require prior GNU/Linux experience and is backed by a full-time support team.1 weekly downloads