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A BSD-like Ports System for Mac OS X
Harv's Hamshack Hack. A remaster of the KNOPPIX distro for Amateur Radio Operators (Hams) who have no prior experience with Linux. Provides a complete OS, software for hobby, web, and word tasks. All contained in an .iso file ready to burn to CD.15 weekly downloads
A new Linux distribution built on top of an LFS core. Fully functionall and complete but smaller than most.
A small tool that provides ability to mirror any parts of Debian GNU/Linux distribution and any "apt oriented sources". It takes config similar to apt's "sources.list" and creates local mirror for given sources.1 weekly downloads
ASlinks generate and manage a hiberarchy tree to contain symbol-links what are linked to the real files and directories. This is usefull to supply a file share service with clearly file list.1 weekly downloads
Absolutely Useless Package Manager is the project of high school student, with nickname Pepo
"av-mirror" is a small shellscript that downloads and mirrors Avira AntiVir PersonalEdition's update packages on a Local Area Network. We are still looking for developers or other people who want to help keeping this project alive.6 weekly downloads
This is a library that helps software that uses Abase not spread all over the system. This helps to distribute software without installation and make it easy for a user to keep software organized. Then it can be used in "portableOS" flash drives.
AVD is a continuation of the swim project. The goal is to create a suitable SQL server from swim's not-installed DB, and to maintain the swim client. AVD will be used as a gBootRoot method.1 weekly downloads
AMSEL is an operating system, based on the Linux kernel and 100% free software, which has been developed and optimized especially for the deployment in security critical embedded environments.
The goal of this project is to provide a Japanese localized distribution for Agenda VR3. This project includes localization and development of VR3 applications.2 weekly downloads
Alindis - A GNU/Linux Distribution was to be a comprehensive guide leading the reader from zero to his/her own GNU/Linux distribution. This is now a dead project. -- Felix17 weekly downloads
AllInOneRuby creates an Windows or Linux executable that includes both the Ruby interpreter and the runtime libraries. Why? Because it's sometimes not easy, or allowed to do a complete Ruby installation. That's where AllInOneRuby comes in.1 weekly downloads
Xinstaller is a program written in C for Linux. It will allow you to make an installer file for your programs. The user will have only to start the executable and to answer some easy questions(mostly "next" :)).1 weekly downloads
ApacheBuilder builds Apache (with optional modules of Mod_SSL and Mod_Perl) from sources, prompting for config params of location, etc. When done, it starts Apache and verifies it all works ok.2 weekly downloads
The Ape Base Compile System is a set of bash scripts to leverage both ESP EPM (http://www.epmhome.org/) and MREPO (http://dag.wieers.com/home-made/mrepo/) in maintaining applications such as as Apache HTTPD, MySQL or PHP on Red Hat based systems.3 weekly downloads
AppRover is a package management system designed to be easily portable and highly flexible in regard to package types supported. It also supports source-based packages and allows for customized building.1 weekly downloads
Application Version Manager is designed to enable multiple versions of the same application (i.e. Mozilla) to be accessible to a user or developer. The user/developer would simply choose the version required and use avm to load the version required1 weekly downloads
apt4rpm provides tools to create and maintain an apt, yum or metadata repository. The main tool is aptate which searches rpm repositories storing the rpms in the correct apt, yum or metadata component. If you're looking for the apt client software,1 weekly downloads
Argaut XDBAudit 1.8.3 scans corporate networks for Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server databases, collecting usage statistics and license related inventory audit information, including infrastructural metadata relating to capacity and performance metrics.
Aurox is the most popular European distribution based on Fedora. It's a fast and stable operating system that focuses on better hardware support. The graphical configuration tools and installer help new users to get started with linux distributions.
AutoDistribute helps you packaging your own application or tool into a Tarball-, DEB- or RPM-Package by automatically creating the neccessary scripts or makefiles. All you have to do is to follow the graphical wizard!
Automator is a system to enable system administrators to operate through a single node on multiple servers together, based on logically related user-defined groups.
The new system
BT/Yum is a project that integrates BitTorrent transport technology and the YUM package distribution system. Our goal is to create a system that minimizes bandwidth cost and maximizes file availability. Developed in Fedora Core 3 Linux on x86.