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
Realtime distributed data sync engine platform
Port of Lua VM and OpenWig to Python
Pigwig is an attempt to reimplement OpenWig, opensource Wherigo player, in Python. Since wherigo cartridges use Lua bytecode, it also implements Lua VM, taken from OpenWig, originally project Kahlua
This project aims to provide an easy way for people to run ROBLOX on their linux machines. We also have two subprojects aimed to help people run ROBLOX on Macs and Legacy PCs. We do this all without editing the non-opensource game engine.
rp6simul is a simulator for the RP6 robot (AREXX Engineering)
The rp6simul project brings simulation software for the RP6 robot that is manufactured by AREXX engineering. Besides support for all peripherals on the robot base, the simulator also fully supports the m32 extension module, and both can be simulated either independently or simultaneously. Furthermore, a simple 2d environment can easily be created to test lighting, collision, motor speeds and so on. The simulator does not run native AVR files, but instead a thin wrapper is provided so that the AVR code can be compiled natively. Thanks to this wrapper, and a flexible Lua driver interface, the simulator emulates most of the IO registers, requiring no or minimal code modifications. rp6simul is primarily developed on Linux, but a Windows version will also be released.