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Startup Manager is a program that provides you the possibility to manage the Windows startup procedure. It offers you the possibility to control which programs automatically start up and more.40 weekly downloads
open a group of programs after Windows logon1 weekly downloads
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Startzeit Messung - Measure of Booting Time - Display Starting Time
Boots into many systems and GRUB2 ones!4,550 weekly downloads
Enables the possibility of suspending a machine to disk under Linux. It does not need either APM or ACPI support. Software suspend creates an image which is saved in swap partition(s) or a regular file. At the next boot, the kernel detects the saved imag
Symbion Daemon Tool is a daemon master tool. It runs and monitors other daemons, restart it when necessary. If a daemon supports SDT then it can communicate with it and it can be controlled through it.2 weekly downloads
Container library (lists, arrays, strings, etc. ) in C under UEFI
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A small operating system primarily made for learning operating concepts and designs.
System Configurator is a utility for automatically configuring networking and bootstrapping in a Linux Distribution and Architecture agnostic way.6 weekly downloads
System V Hierarchical InitScript allows to parallelize the start of services in a given System V runlevel by defining dependencies between them. And it is only 150 lines of shell script...
This is Rivoreo custom edition of the sysvinit program. The original sysvinit project page is at http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/sysvinit/ The original sysvinit Debian package project page is at http://alioth.debian.org/projects/pkg-sysvinit/
The T-BASE OS Project aims on developing a new OS Kernel (BASE) with a brand new shell which will support many existing programs.
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TCDR is a ncurses (dialog) based console frontend for the following programs: mkisofs, cdrecord, cdrdao, cdda2wav, cdparanoia, readcd, dd, isoinfo, sox, mpg123 and bladeenc written in bash.1 weekly downloads
Talkware TIARA, an Openbios/GRUB/PFORTH composite, BIOS replacement. Boots an unmodifed linux kernel from an IDE drive or ethernet, using only 128kb of flash. Works with INTEL/AMD K6/2-450, SiS 530/5595 and 8139 enet. VGA & Serial console supported.
Alternative PE to rescue, hack or troubleshoot your machine or network11 weekly downloads
An ASCII MMORPG / World Simulation / Genetic Programming Project
The idea of this project is to create a bootable CD, something like SuSE live eval which can be used to boot any PC (or Mac, hopefully) on a Network and log it onto a cluster. Any help is welcome!
The CD Browser is a user interface system that starts when a CD placed in a drive, greeting the user and offering then an intuative interface to the options available on the media. This kit, along with the K-Meleon browser, will allow one to be created.2 weekly downloads
The Cheap-OS project is a project about creating an oprating system with both an operating system for everyone by everyone and with everyone, a os capable of both CLI and a simple GUI. The os should also be capable of launching .EXE and .com executeables
The Elias Initialization System is a non-"copylefted" operating system loader which will be multiboot-compliant as well as implementing a new booting standard (yet to be developed) which will greatly simplify operarating system development.
Fbsplash is a userspace implementation of a boot splash screen for Linux systems. It provides a graphical environment during system boot using the Linux framebuffer layer.
The Bootdisk-HOWTO describes how to design and build your own boot/root diskettes for Linux. These disks could be used as rescue disks or to test new system components.
Sets out to be an innovative new operating system while retaining compatibility with POSIX and Win32
A continuation of the Small Linux Project with a new team of developers. Small Linux is a distro which is designed to run on low-spec computers (386 and 2-3 mb of ram). Built upon uClibc and Busybox.