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A GUI tool to build, and rebuild, Debian and Ubuntu Live ISO images.12 weekly downloads
Project LSP aims to create various scripts, plugins and useful programs for the Linux-based operating systems. LSP stands for "Linux Scripts and Plugins".2 weekly downloads
Low Power Solar/WindPower Capable -Fast FRee ATSC/DVB-T DVR Backend2 weekly downloads
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
Pre-Alpha Console distro for high performance Linux computing.
The complete packet of graphical end-user oriented utilities for installing and configuring Debian-based systems and for installing/updating software in Debian-based systems
Octyne is a powerful IRC to Internet Data connection service.
This is an open machine translatioin system that can translate any language pairs.
PMVLinux is a network system for Windows clients. It is designed to be user friendly and easy to administrate. It includes software to manage users and logon scripts. It is targeted at networks of a range of sizes, from home to smaller business networks.
SLinExtras, is much like automatix, except for freely available software, not commercial software. Specifically built for the SLinux meta-OS, and SComputer Device.
sysprofd is a system profiling daemon that can report results through a tcp connection to a remote client. sysprofd profiles cpu, memory, and swap usage statistics, process status statistics e.t.c. Imagine using it to easily monitor lots of linux boxes