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Dedicated to computer-aided engineering Linux distribution12,011 weekly downloads
Embedded Operating System7 weekly downloads
A special-purpose 4.4BSD-based UNIX-like operating system, designed for machine control applications. Using low-cost hardware, FabBSD can be used to control a wide array of CNC milling machines, lathes, routers, process-control and automation equipment.1 weekly downloads
Connector to Primavera P6 Project Manager database. Analog Primavera API.1 weekly downloads
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
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TV Streaming like Slingbox or ORB. Its around 150mb, so it can fit in a USB dongle or CF card. You can stream live tv/video, record (like an PVR/Tivo), has a tv guide and its a network router with firewall,UPNP and bandwidth control. HTTP config.
Advanced system recovery Live system and multi-distro installer
g4u is a bootfloppy/CD-ROM that allows easy cloning of a PC harddisks or partition to deploy a common setup on a number of PCs via FTP or local disk. As the harddisk/partition is processed as a image, any filesystem and operating system can be deployed.
x86Boot allows the creation of applications that are executed in place of the operating system and it is mainly based on the use of the BIOS services. The main goal is the use of old PC without the overload given by a big OS.
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