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Linux based terminal os.
The FOX (Free Open *X) toolkit is a lightweight replacement for GNU's userland mainly on Linux, based partially on code ported from NetBSD.
Freedom OS aims to be stable and free operating system, and include features like: latest stable linux kernel, GNU userland, tcsh as default shell, pkgsrc for easy packages management1 weekly downloads
OS-9/6809 compatible operating system for Tandy CoCo and Dragon28 weekly downloads
Tora OS is a 32-bit protected mode operating system. It is simple and easy to use.
Here To Dominate The Virtual World With Your Help.
The XTORM Project is a GNU/Linux based distribution. It's borning 12/06/2009, this description and the website will be up as soon as the developer can.
YaKa is an environment for describing and installing site wide systems. For further informations please have a look at http://yaka.ensiie.fr1 weekly downloads
Complete linux platform for web configurable, embedded service devices1 weekly downloads
Fetch and check ARP entries from network device,warnning ARP cheat,or even auto defending if needed.1 weekly downloads
Customize Kernel 64-Bit Operating System
productive container platform
DTHAS , designed for the experiment of simulating an OS , is a Unix-like system. So far, It can work in text-mode ,support some shell commands and conduct simple communication with other computers by TCP/IP connection.1 weekly downloads
'finddouble' application searches into a directory and all its sub directories. If it finds several times the same file, a warning message is displayed, but no other action is taken. It's main use is to help you optimize you disk usage.1 weekly downloads
french version of FreeDOS (version française de FreeDOS)
Debian Lenny with the (in)famous unsupported intel i810 1.7.2 driver, which supportsTV-OUT. If you own i855GM and similar hardware this chrootable environment allows you to enable your DVO. Comes with fluxbox, gmplayer and the complete driver sources.1 weekly downloads
The fast and easy to use operating system that can run on any computer70 weekly downloads
64-bit operating environment.
uDOS is a free operating system built on the FreeDOS kernel with DJGPP. uDOS provides an integrated suite of features inluding Perl, Python, etc., as well as a Watt-32 based networking environment and ELF library support. Can be run live from CD image.6 weekly downloads
uLAMP (Pronounced micro-lamp) Linux is a small, secure, fast, special-purpose distribution, designed specifically for hosting PHP/MySQL sites. It contains only the packages necessary to host sites, and contains a slew of security features.
A set of tools to build your own customed Linux distribution with more managability than raw LFS(Linux From Scratch). Include source package manager, file system backup and realtime mirror apps, and some assistant data structure writen in Python, etc...2 weekly downloads
uClinux for the Fujitsu MB86H2X processor23 weekly downloads
"Virtual Environment Reachment Operating System (verOS)" - is an experimental researching for reliable, productive, protected system with unlimited and simple escalating
a small, x86 Operating System, developed in C++ and NASM, aimed to give the user a closer relationship with the hardware.1 weekly downloads