Arch Linux Desktop installer
# archdi Just a simple bash script wizard to install and configure a full personal computer with Arch Linux. First, install Arch Linux with the official media and optionally with archfi. Look at archfi project to start your arch linux installation : https://github.com/MatMoul/archfi After reboot and your network ready, download the script : curl -L archdi.sf.net/archdi > archdi or if sourceforge is down : curl -L matmoul.github.io/archdi > archdi And run the script : sh archdi Or you can install it on your system with sh archdi -i And then you can use archdi cmd. With this, you can make your updates or install your packages later. You can watch my videos to show how to use it : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLytHgIKLV1caHlCrcTSkm5OF2WSVI1_Sq This package is only a launcher for archdi-pkg. If you want ask for new features, open an issue on https://github.com/MatMoul/archdi-pkg
Install Arch Linux with 2 lines of code
# archfi Just a simple bash script wizard to install Arch Linux after you have booted on the official Arch Linux install media. With this script, you can install Arch Linux with 2 lines of code. This wizard is maked to install minimum packages (base, grub and optionally efibootmgr). At the end of this wizard, you can install or launch archdi (Arch Linux Destop Install) to install and configure desktop packages. archdi project : https://github.com/MatMoul/archdi You can watch my videos to show how to use it : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLytHgIKLV1caHlCrcTSkm5OF2WSVI1_Sq How to use : Boot with the Arch Linux image : https://www.archlinux.org/download/ Download the script : wget archfi.sf.net/archfi or if sourceforge is down : wget matmoul.github.io/archfi And launch the script : sh archfi
Get started with various persistent memory technologies
Persistent-memory-labs is a repository of step-by-step guides allowing a smooth approach to persistent memory technologies like NVDIMM-N.
Install Backtrack tools without changing current os.
Add Backtrack tools with optional Backtrack Menu on ubuntu/redhat/centos. Run bash script that will be install Backtrack tools on your operating system. follow some simple step those will install BT Tools on your current os. New feature in menuVersion2: - Now support redhat and centos also. - Change into simple and clean user interface. - Tested on Latest Ubuntu /Redhat 5/6, Centos 5/6. Note: Install carefully some dependencies will affect your current OS setting, make sure about all step before install.
Operating System Image customization Tools For RaspberryPi
RemasterPi is a set of scripts that can automate the build process of the Raspbian operating system images. The images it produces are only the bare minimum to boot the system and can then be customized by the end-user using a menu-based application. This way unexperienced users will be able to create their own customized distribution by making selections from pre-sets configured by hardcore distro hackers. Also it enables the busy Linux guru's to automate tasks and save loads of time which can then be spent on creating other nice things we want ;) The end-user application can be extended by simply adding shell scripts and text files which explain a script's features, pro's, con's, do's and dont's which makes it easy to contribute, simple to use and even a bit educational.
Collection of files for development on Ubuntu Linux machines, specially designed by your friendly neighborhood CL4P-TP.
Command line tools to push updates of resource on a Moodle 2 server.
Publishing updates of resources on a Moodle server requires to click click and click again. If you propose several resources and want to update them times to times, this becomes boring. The proposed tools may ease this. Then, you can for instance automate your update with a script. Moreover you can easily adapt those tools to your needs. (These are shell scripts.)
Set of shell scripts for easy Internet access control in class rooms.
The project allow easy os control over Internet access in classrooms with web interface. This project use linux router with iptables, apache, php, ajax and shell scripts. For optional fine control over permitted content, squid web proxy is used.
DRBL-hadoop is a plugin for Diskless Remote Boot in Linux (DRBL). It will help you to setup and deploy a Hadoop Cluster in few steps. You can also use this Live CD as an teaching environment of Hadoop. It already have Cloudera CDH2 installed inside.
initramfs which latest kernel for people who make linux base on linux from scratch. your linux will well know most of hardwares and run smoothly with just only download then extract and install.
New charity website full of new and interesting things check it out.
Project with the objective of share my code with the world and make the life more easier to everyone.
Multicast GNU/Linux Installation using udpcast for transfer and a custom script for installation and configuration. Supports installation of previously captured systems. Our new development site: https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/muglin/