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DSLinux is a Linux port for the Nintendo DS game console.
self-sustaining consult and counsel agency/agent server/client. Root alias is the OS, which runs on Windows/Linux/Talon operates on or independently of all OS through intuitive protocol based parallel wiring diagramming It's really an exciting build. M
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
It's a new GNU/Linux distribution, based on Linux From Scratch, with focus on easy complete and non-redundand system administration made with a simple textual command-line interface and in the interoperability with Windows (Further with other OS).
The NeXT IRIX or maybe MacOSX. Eventually to be based on the open-source core of OSX, Darwin. Using the free implementation of OpenSTEP, GNUstep for its desktop and application environment, this WILL be the NeXT multimedia powerhouse.
Radiant is a distribution based on Haiku (formely OpenBeOS) and a new package management system inspired on Debian's dpkg and Red Hat's rpm. Our main goal is to provide a good, and free(libre), BeOS distribution suitable for office, media and home use.
This project, Acme SAC, aims to package a version of Acme written for the Inferno operating system as a stand alone editor for multiple platforms. Currently only for Windows.