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2D tilebased/networked game development libraries. Include functionality for different configuration files (INI-style, XML) and IFF (ancient format design from Electronic Arts). All is based on the Simple Directmedia Layer and related libraries.
Zero is a secure, fast, desktop Linux distribution for advanced users with Athlon XPs.
Simple, Fast, Advanced... ZintoriOS. Made in Wellington, New Zealand
bpkg aims to provide a new generation software management system desktop-oriented for Unix-like operating systems.
Some bash scripts to download and build (cross compile with e.g. ELDK) a working GUI framework for embedded linux systems. Possible combinations are: - GTK+-DirectFB - GTK+-KDrive (XServer) - LiTE (DirectFB) - wxWidgets-KDrive (XServer)
For Linux-Live developers
Multisetup is a networking application server that provides a multiple os, thin (multimedia) client based, legacy device friendly environment for home networks. Its an alternative to single OS networks and XP Media Center.
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Shoki is a free, open source network intrusion detection system. The fundamental design goals are simplicity and modularity, and the focus is on traffic analysis rather than content inspection.
similar - a program for detecting duplicate images, simv - an extensible image file mover, and snntpbatch - a batch oriented newsgroups client. They are mainly intended for Linux but should be quite portable.