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Syllable Desktop is a complete operating system that is easy to use, powerful, lightweight and extraordinarily fast and responsive. It has its own kernel, filesystem, GUI and applications. Syllable Server is a matching small and efficient Linux server.75 weekly downloads
Unified Test and Logging layer for multiple programming languages75 weekly downloads
xfbsuite, is a litle benchmark suite for HDD, Filesystem, RAM, CPU, Cache and 2D (piozone, bonnie++, stream, nbench, cachebench, x11perf...), it's available as Text only, dialog, Xdailog or Tk GUI. The benchmark Programms are included precompiled.11 weekly downloads
A frontend with dialog box that draws (using ncurses) windows onto the screen and can burn data cds, music cds, supports burning DVD-images and data DVDs, support of ripping/encoding of all popular formats10 weekly downloads
Linux based car MP3 distribution which takes input from a numeric keyboard. LCD output is supported but optional. In every case there is audio feedback. It is possible to jump directly to any device, album and song.
netzworkk bietet (Z)shell Scripte die mittels dem Programm dialog, grafische wie Konsolenprogramme bedienen können.
High Performance Linux Distribution. Self-Compiling! The Tiger in your PC
UnixConf is a System-Configuration-Tool for Debian(in future RedHat,SuSE,Open- & FreeBSD to) written in Shell-Script(sh/ash). It is a X/Dialog based Modular System-Tool created for Admins, to Configure your Base-System, Network, Servers,...
nOGGin is a full-featured ncurses Ogg Vorbis and mp3 player. CDs can also be played and queries made to freedb. It also supports SHOUT/ICE cast and HTTP/FTP streaming of music files over the internet with IPv4 or IPv6.
Distribution independent packages for building a school server: Expand a normal distribution like Debian, Fedora or openSUSE to a real useful server, hosting and managing all possible needed services with a simple user interface.