An electronic application through which individuals can access, manage and share their health information, and that of others for whom they are authorized, in a private, secure, and confidential environment.
The community of Hindi is very diverse and they need a common place to share their works. Hindi is the 2nd most spoken language of the world. So l10n and i18n regarding this language is of paramount importance as it can be useful for very large people .
The Indian Linux Project Goal is to build a Indian language enabled Linux distro & applications with support for Indian Languages
File Based DBMS & ETL Tool: OpenSQL is a file based database management system which uses SQL like features to accept the query request and return the query response. In later phase of this project, ETL based features will be added.
Localization tools built by localizers for localizers
Tools for localization: - Pootle: web based translation management system. - Virtaal: Computer Aided Translation (CAT) tool. - Translate Toolkit: QA, format conversion and support (PO, Java .properties, OpenOffice, Mozilla, XLIFF, TMX, TBX, CSV, Qt .ts).
Announcing two new faster Robolinux 9.2 versions which run Windows
Robolinux is very pleased to announce its newly upgraded Cinnamon & Mate 3D 9.2 LTE 2021 versions release. The main focus on this massive upgrade was to improve speed, security and stability. Both of our 9.2 Versions come with FREE expert Tech Support. They have newer kernels, the newest VirtualBox and a significant number of important upstream security updates. The Robolinux 9.2 versions include many more automated driver installers, Free Stealth VM, Free C Drive to VM & Free Apps installers, and much much more. The Robolinux 9.2 versions focus on Privacy delivering exactly what our Users want which is a blazing fast Linux OS that runs Windows XP, 7 & 10 natively inside it. Please see the Readme.txt file for complete Robolinux V9.2 details For all downloads click on the "Files" button above. Thank you John Martinson Founder Robolinux.org
Registered 2 hours ago by Hemant Penetration Testing OS which is ins
Registered 2 hours ago by Hemant Penetration Testing OS which is inspired by "Backtrack" but it will work with Day to Day usage such as multimedia needs or may be some other usages other than Penetration Testing. In short I am a student in Information security & was inspired by Backtrack but there was one limitation for me with that it wouldn't work with Day to Day usage such as multimedia needs or may be some other usages so I decided to make a new Penetration Testing Distro which can be used for other activities as well other than Penetration Testing. Now please don't be so harsh since this is my first attempt in making new Distro & I am alone working on it so I will appreciate any help/Suggestions/Guidance I can get. Thank You Hemant
This project aims to make such Open Source utilities by which one can shoot any problem with/without having technical knowledge/skills.Tuxguru's Rescue tablet resolves many problems including Passwords,Grub,Backup,Recovery,Partition,Installations,etc..
Tool for creating live usb-drives and downloading distros
Tool for creating live usb-drives and downloading distros. This is an upgraded version of Unetbootin focusing on Bittix linux 9 and above and Linux Mint and Linux Mint debian. Has Distrowatch.com link etc.
A Interactive Network VideoGame
Translation of man-pages to Hindi language
About the project: We are trying to translate the man-pages to Hindi language. So far, we have succeeded in translating some of the man-pages from man1 module. There are in total 8 modules of man-pages in Linux and with the inception of our project we have tried our hands-on over converting man-pages from man1 module which is one of the 8 modules of man-pages of Linux. The man-pages sections are traditionally defined as follows: man1 - Commands (Programs) man2 - System calls man3 - Library calls man4 - Special files (Devices) man5 - File formats and conventions man6 - Games man7 - Conventions and miscellaneous man8 - System management commands Information regarding translation of man-pages in other languages can be found at: https://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/translations.html