Volocian believes first and foremost that financial status shouldn’t be a barrier to entry in multimedia content creation. Whether you want to design a product or website, record a band, remix a song, or produce a feature length movie with professional post production graphics and effects, Volocian™ wants to help, even if you’re using borrowed hardware with no previous experience. We provide affordable products and services for any budget, including cost-free solutions for education and demo purposes, while everything we do is designed with ease of use and flexibility in mind, to suit everyone from novice hobbyists to expert professionals. Wherever possible, Volocian™ relies on free, open source, and cross-platform software to prevent vendor lock-in, planned obsolescence, and software as a service licensing. While we remain pragmatic about the use of proprietary software, as we’re aware of the feature limitations of some open source solutions, free solutions are preferred.
Portable Ubuntu Linux for Scientific Computing
Released August 22, 2013 Lubuntu Blends: Biochemistry 13.04 (Raring) v5.44 Linux Kernel Image 3.8.0-29 Lubuntu Blends are pre-installed Wubi disk image remixes of Ubuntu and Debian Science meta packages, A custom boot loader allows installations to be copied and automatically booted from most external or USB flash drives. Once up and running, use earlier Lubuntu Remix README instructions here until documentation is updated. https://sourceforge.net/projects/portable-linux/files/ Installation 1. Download the Wubi installer http://releases.ubuntu.com/saucy/wubi.exe 2. Install any flavor of Ubuntu. 3. Swap out the root.disk with the ones provided here. Overview LAMP stack running on localhost (127.0.0.1). Scientific, productivity & media packages include R (Rattle Data Miner), GridEngine, Condor, cooperative computing tools, WINE, LibreOffice, Evolution, Clinica, Neuro Debian Desktop, PsycoPy, OpenVibe, 3DSlicer, Paraview, Openshot. Cheers, Gregory Remington
linux distro for anonymized penetration based on Kali and TAILS
AttackVector Linux is a new distribution for anonymized penetration and security. It is based on Kali and TAILS, which are both based on Debian. While Kali requires a modified kernel for network drivers to use injection and so forth, the Tor Project's TAILS is designed from the bottom up for encryption, and anonymity. Nmap can't UDP via Tor. The intention of AttackVector Linux is to provide the capability to anonymize attacks while warning the user when he or she takes actions that may compromize anonymity. The two projects have different design philosophies that can directly conflict with one another. In spite of this, the goal of AttackVector Linux is to integrate them complementarily into one OS.
The Node OS
This is the Operating System for our console
Smulsa 2001 is a multilanguage two-way translator, transliterator, and dictionary. Its dependencies are gambas2-ide & gambas2-gb-db-sqlite. The application needs its database to run properly. Smulsa 2001 adalah penerjemah, pengalih aksara, dan kamus dua arah multibahasa. Dependensinya gambas2-ide & gambas2-gb-db-sqlite. Aplikasi ini memerlukan basisdatanya untuk berjalan dengan baik.