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Lapiota Tools For Win32
Centralized service for tracking latest versions of programs. The project includes a software library to aid in adding "check for newer version" functionality to any program, with low programming and network overhead.
The "Linux 4D Components" Project is aimed to develop some software components to make a linux distribution accessibile.
The Linux Driver Model project aims to standardize kernel-level interfaces for loadable modules so that drivers not part of the monolithic tree can be designed on a guaranteed ABI and, ultimately, can become loadable by all future kernel releases.
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).
A new, proposed standard to replace rpm. This program will provide a new tarball contents definition, and will be similar to the debian package management system but instead use tarballs, and make use of various new programs (ie: lprsu and lprsp) In orde
We are developing a linux distribution for DiskOnChip-based internet set-top-boxes
kernelpeel is Linux kernel wrapper which allows to create kernel independent modules. It is very useful for a closen source drivers which want be kernel independent.
A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.
LuaDist is a CMake built module distribution and deployment tool for the Lua programming language. It aims to achieve zero configuration runtime environment for Lua modules and libraries be it source or binary.
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Macaroni Linux is the new linux distro with dreads! It aims to be a USB based distribution with a custom package management system.
Customizing Ubuntu with better looks and making it possible to use PBI packages on Ubuntu.
MADMIN is a generic framework to allow system administrators to grant access to resources on servers (like: files, commands, etc.) thru a web interface to other groups (like developers, operators, etc) without the need to create logins on target servers
ODBC Driver for any data source
Open Hypervisor features hardware passthrough, security and a framework that allows the development of Virtual Software Appliances.
OpenBricks is an enterprise-grade embedded Linux framework that provides easy creation of custom distributions for industrial embedded devices. It features a complete embedded development kit for rapid deployment on x86, ARM, PPC and MIPS systems.
Open-source Domain Administration Tools for Windows/Samba4 Domains
Oralux is a GNU/Linux distribution for the vision impaired persons.
PAiPodLinux is a modified version of ipodlinux, it aims to be a usable platform for Pro Audio Recording, it has no games or extra stuff, it runs on GEN 3 iPods. PAiPodLinux is based on the work done at the ipodlinux project, and much credit goes to them.
PMPL stands for Portable Miniature Programming Language. It is meant to be distributed with other packages and provides a uniform system in which system tasks can be programmed, such as autoconfiguration of the containing package.
This is a package manager written in C. It written totally frm scratch and the goal is to combine the strength of BDS's ports with the usabillity of Gentoo's portage. Our keygoal is performance and portabillity (ANSI C)
A softwarepackage that maintains you current release of Perl, takes care of updates, etc. for Mac OS X
ProgPorts is an administrative and easy user interface to hundreds of proteomics, molecular dynamics, and protein crystallography programs. It is a hybrid of the prog/setup system, developed at Johns Hopkins University, and GNU-Darwin ports system.