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BeleniX is an OpenSolaris Distribution with an installable Live CD. It includes all the features of OpenSolaris and adds a whole variety of open source packages. BeleniX is free to use, modify and distribute.
A ZigBee stack, derived from development of FreakZ stack
It is FreeBSD BNEP (Bluetooth Network Encapsulation Protocol) implementation. It allows to create ethernet-like connections through bluetooth. It contains of kernel module, user-space daemon, and some useful utilities.
GnuWin64 provides Win64-versions (x64) of GNU or similar open source tools. The ports are native ports, that is they rely only on libraries provided with 64-bit Microsoft Windows operating system for the AMD64 and Intel64 (EM64T) architecture.
QNX Speech Recognition
JOPUX - a flexible and scalable application platform!
Linux Myst Debian Wheezy based 7.2 with myst window manager / gnome
This project is aimed to porting ppbus (the parallel port abstract bus found in FreeBSD) to the NetBSD Operating System. This will allow using faster devices with NetBSD and will add IEEE 1284 support.
Fedora Haskell RPMs comtains Haskell libraries/tools specifically built for Fedora.
A speedy substitute for "make readmes" for the FreeBSD Ports Collection12 weekly downloads
the command-line package manager of BALDIX
saifix (sx) kernel project support libraries, components and tools "adapted" / "used" from works under "category A" list. When building a library or application that composes works from this set, specific attribution should be added to NOTICE file.