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A microkernel operating system distribution offering (among other things) very low hardware requirements, full and easy portability and easy-readable source code.
This project is intended to be a simple boot loader to bootstrap a FreeBSD PPC kernel on the PS3 so that other developers can start porting the complete OS to the target platform. A otheros.bld file and build process will be supplied with the code.
This project consits of the library libpxecsp and the Linux/Unix daemon pxecspd: libpxecsp parses raw packets to return objects freely usable to programers and vice versa. pxecspd will implement the Intel PXE (v2.1) specification.
Peppermill is a graphical development kit and back-end for LiveCD creation. It generates modular LiveCDs that can be easily extended and modified using an interactive shell and graphical tools.
The Polyboot Image Professor (PBIP) is a project that allows users to consolidate their bootable tools/OS's onto one media device. Tools such as UBCD and Multi-CD are great but don't allow for much customization. PBIP aims to address this.
Pos, Portable Operating System. Perl-powered, o.s. for small and modular environments. ( Linux in a shell...) May only required an internet connection and some Perl modules somewhere.
readahead-ng implements a library for using readahead() on Linux. It includes monitoring and replay of file access and special handling of ELF files to improve readahead efficiency.
Small registry system for all kind of softwares(including embedded softwares) to save their properties. Software can save their property even on network server so users can have same environment wherever they are using the software.
Security on Laptops is always a problem. When losing it Hackers can get nearly all the Data from it. Even after Formatting the Drive a Couple of Times people can get data from it.
SWAL is a program that can launch as a service (or standalone) and monitor other services and control other programs. Written in C++ and might have some .NET components (planning on a linux port)
An attempt to create a program that utilizes the sysinfo.org startup database to show the user what programs are running at startup and give the user an educated guess as to what can remain in startup and what should be removed.
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 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.
A bit like Triple Threat but with all the modules, updated zillas and podzilla 2 works.
TPN offers a webservice that client software can query, checking on their hardware\'s ownership status. A TPN member can report their computer stolen via a secure web form and the client software, may react according to the user\'s preferences.
Window Wiper is a simple Windows .NET 2.0 application that allows for persistent removal of unwanted registry keys, specifically "runkeys." It is designed to ensure that unwanted software is NEVER allowed to run when Windows starts.
GUI-based project is intended to edit graphics parameters for GRUB (GRand Unified Bootloader) such as setting font, background colors and ability to set an image as a background.
Alternative operating system for digital camera's using a clarity ASIC (eg gsmart 350) written in C and assembler. In a later stage extra hardware (sound, input devices..) will also be added. This will result in a very cheap wearable computer
runNetworking.sh: Bash Script for Detect and Configure Wireless Networks: Using paired combinations of essid-key_script values, Tested on Linux Based Systems
'shctl' makes customizing the shell environment easy and portable. Preferences are split into global, shell-dependent, OS-dependent, and machine-local settings.
bootsplash in text mode. replaces the INIT main runlevel control script to accomplish this. Full SysV init style compatible, completely configurable.
It is a menu based tools just for normal user to use linux as a simple tools that everyone turn on the power of computer he can choose what he want to do and try to do it with least steps
winstartup helps you change your startup-settings.