Simple, Lightweight, From Scratch Distro
Infinity Linux is a Linux Operating System created from LFS. IL(Infinity Linux) is designed to be a clean, lightweight, simple and fast Linux distribution
A port scanner, with special abilities agianst IDS and Firewalls. It's under development and new features will be added slowly.
We creating new Linux distribution with new packet manager, installation system and hardware detection system. This distribution will be based on Kernel 2.4, XFree 4.0, KDE 2.0 and many new things.
LiMon (Linux Monitor) is a free/open/libre multiplataform real time Linux monitor written in C/C++, and other languages. Monitor of server's relevant aspects, such as services, temperature, CPU, memory and disk usage, etc.
Memviz is a project that is targeting the development of a software tool for extracting a variety of useful information from a physical memory dump of a Linux machine, and providing a graphical representation of it.
A new linux distro for the bold!
Fully independant with Saral package management (based on Porg)
This projects is a central place for sharing, modifying and discussing tools made for the NoX-Wizard Ultima Online Server Emulator.
A Java application framework that provides services common to most GUI application domains such as window management, option management and service location. OPA's ultimate goal is to build an instant print management system on top of this framework.
OpenMosix Sim is a simulation of the algorithm used for process distribution in OpenMosix kernel. The algorithm is simplified.
Webbsyte OS is a UNIX derivitive. We will show the learning or expert developer how to use assembly and C/C++ to create a bootable OS.
Goal is to develop a client program for Linux to connect to a "Wireless USB hub" over Ethernet. Main focus in first stage is to connect to a device produced and sold by Medion (MD-86097).
Originally written by Paul Vixie in 1986 and distributed through mod.sources, "display" is a program which will repeatedly execute a command and display the output through curses. The purpose of this project is to maintain and extend display.
A dosbox frontend written in PyKDE. Rather than concentrating on dosbox configuration management over multiple games, this frontend concentrates on file management.
kAPTleen is a KDE frontend to Debian's APT package manager tool. It shall provide an easy way to manage package sources, upgrade your system, search for packages, install packages, and - last, but not least - find & remove unused packages.
Is a program that shows the values of the sensors of the hardware components like the CPU temperature , voltage , fan speeds , etc.
xql stands for Extended query language. The goal of the project is to provide a library for document management within a distributed environment. It combines the effectivity of ftp-access for large files (documents) with an sql database.
KJig is a Jigsaw Puzzle game for KDE. This game allows to create jigsaw puzzles from any image file and solve the puzzles in multiple "sessions".
1st we are going to build a Linux system from an existing one like Ubuntu, then we are planning to learn from that and build our own system which have characteristics of both windows and Linux!
KDE application that minimizes programs to system tray
This project is intended to all the 3Ds Max(c) users, who are looking for a Open Source project, with the same GUI, and in other platforms like Linux or OS X.
kplazer is a KDE plazer for the plazes.com geographical social network. The final goal is to achieve a full featured plazer integrated with KDE and maybe some KDE applications.
"Acme School" is a server-client framework to help teacher and pupils to learn more efficiently.
Aktions tracks, analyzes, and generates statistics of user-interaction with desktop-wide applications to help improve the overall user-interaction in KDE. Using several modular applications written in C++, we can clearly divide and execute our work.
ATIC is a new internet scripting language, with many interesting new features. The ATIC project includes ATIC (the ATIC interpreter), ATIC Browser Plugin (lets ATIC pages run in web browsers: IE6, Firefox, Netscape, Opera, Safari) and ATIC-Weaver.