An EFI boot manager utility
rEFInd is a fork of the rEFIt boot manager. Like rEFIt, rEFInd can auto-detect your installed EFI boot loaders and it presents a pretty GUI menu of boot options. rEFInd goes beyond rEFIt in that rEFInd better handles systems with many boot loaders, gives better control over the boot loader search process, and provides the ability for users to define their own boot loader entries.
A complete software solution for windows usb devices
libusbK is a complete driver/library solution for vendor class usb device interfaces. If you are a usb developer or usb device manufacturer seeking a driver solution for a new USB widget then libusbK could be for you. libusbK encompasses a 100% WinUSB compatible api/funtion set. All WinUSB power/pipe polices are fully supported by the libusbK driver. In Addition, libusbK has full support for isochronous endpoints and an extensive set of additional modules to simplify development. Source code repository using Subversion is in Google Code. http://code.google.com/p/usb-travis/source/checkout
Unofficial Windows builds of FontForge
The aim of this project is to compile up-to-date Windows builds of FontForge. For 'stable' builds, see https://github.com/fontforge/fontforge/releases The build system used was based off that offered by Matthew Petroff (http://www.mpetroff.net/software/fontforge-windows/), but has since been practically rewritten. New in 31/07/2017: * Synced with 20170731 release * Compiled run_fontforge with Visual Studio to avoid antivirus false positives (r2) New in 07/04/2016: * Fixed crash in kern pairs dialogue * Fixed preferences window being too large New in 05/04/2016: * Synced with 20160404 release New in 27/08/2015: * Fix bug in saving fonts/files. New in 25/08/2015: * Synced with 20150824 release New in 14/06/2015: * Fixed bug in the display of window titles KNOWN ISSUES: * No collab support. Unlikely to be added. * CTRL-C from console no longer interrupts/stops FontForge
Windows portable app maker: launcher(s), runtime, and gui designed to help you run non-portable applications in a portable manner.
An open-source Phantasy Star Online server for *nix
Sylverant is an open-source server for the Phantasy Star Online series of games by Sega, written primarily for Unix-like operating systems. Sylverant has at least partial support for most versions of Phantasy Star Online, from the Network Trial for the Dreamcast through Blue Burst for Windows.
Simple and flexible GNU/Linux distribution
Draco is an independently developed GNU/Linux distribution for i486 compatible computers, with focus on simplicity and flexibility. Draco has an distinct separation between the base system and third-party (provided by pkgsrc), the advantage of this approach is that the base system will work without third-party; And third-party applications are completely isolated from the base system, unable to break your system.
Linux Myst Debian Wheezy based 7.2 with myst window manager / gnome
SEE WIKI LINK FOR SUPPORT and INSTALL TIPS MYST SUPPORT WIKI @ https://sourceforge.net/p/linuxmyst/wiki/ Dec 13, 2013 - NEW RELESE "nebula". If you want a smaller footprint image and download, a tighter software mix and can do with gnome stuff Nebula is for you. It is light, simple and nimble on hardware and under multiprocessor and higher RAM capacity machines is one of the fastest window managers you will experience. Fixes several small bugs in "Celestial" and still uses the same installation and post install instructions with a more modest software mix. Enjoy! A full Debian stable build with the NEW Myst Window Manager. Easy, Quick window manager for easy on the eyes video management, systems admin and programming and web work. Linux Myst is targeted at visual content display and operations (automation soon) for information and display kiosk, heavy desktop work and trade-show and virtual product and visual advertising display. Linux Myst is a Debian Linux based OS b
The Draco GNU/Linux Project. The lizard will return sometime in 2018... Stay tuned ;)
Open Source Software
Open Source Software by Adrian Immanuel Kieß.