The NotNet (Notebook Network) Profiler lets you specify a linux kernel boot parameter and loads the chosen network scheme (+ related services). When logging in, it changes the browser's proxy configuration according to the current network scheme.
This project is dedicated for supporting large SMP and cc-NUMA platform configuration using ACPI 2.0 or later, including cc-NUMA configuration support and implementation of various module drivers for hotplug, sleep states and large I/O subsystem.
An XML-based tool used to schedule uptime spans that uses the Linux real time clock (RTC) daily alarm to automatically power on the system before the span begins. Tools to test whether the system must stay on (attempt to halt) are included.
This is a small Linux rescue CD, suitable for booting systems that have become unbootable. Everything is loaded into RAM - once the machine has booted, you can remove the CD from the drive. It should fit into leftover CD space, eg on a business card
Blob is a boot loader for SA11x0 (StrongARM) platforms. Blob is able to boot a Linux kernel stored in flash or RAM and provide that kernel with a ramdisk (again from flash or RAM).
moerAskip enables the user to save, edit and switch network profiles. These profiles will include ip address, dns, printer, samba, webserver, desktop apps etc. settings. As of version 0.3 moerAskip will run on all platforms.
ItaliOs è un sistema operativo totalmente in italiano.
The netboot project allows booting a diskless PC over a TCP/IP based network using standard protocols like BOOTP, DHCP and TFTP. It is able to boot Linux, FreeBSD, multiple DOS variants (including MS-DOS, PC-DOS, PTS-DOS, OpenDOS, NovellDOS, FreeDOS)
Grub Conf is a Gnome2 based GRUB configuration editor. It provides an easy to use interface allowing effortless modification of OS's and the flexibility to configure the most obscure options. Designed to require minimal user interaction.
The FreeBIOS project aims to provide a replacement for any computer's firmware, and support advanced or custom features and configurations. Initial code supports Intel-based only, but other processors and chipsets will be supported.
This tool allows to boot linux-m68k from a floppy on a macintosh motorola 68K based. With it, you can create rescue disk, or remove the MacOS partition (needed by the legacy penguin booter) from your HD.
Cobalt ROM source code - x86 BIOS replacement for Cobalt hardware
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.
Do you hate having a few giant directories that hold all of your packages? Do you hate installing something only to find that it doesn\'t work properly, and it doesn\'t have a make uninstall? If so, this script is for you.
Getwifi allows Linux users to join wireless networks easily by joining available networks in an order specified by the user. Getwifi is configured using a single file which specifies networks, optional WEP keys, and the order in which to join networks.
This project aims to develop a method to use runit and SysV init to enable parallel service startup during boot for Fedora Linux. Standard Fedora Init scripts will be ported to runit init scripts maintaining full functionality. Docs are in the wiki.
cinit is a fast, parallel booting, true dependency supporting init system with support for profiles.
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.
aboot is the Linux bootloader for Alpha systems using the SRM console. This package also includes the utilities isomarkboot, swriteboot and sdisklabel.
runNetworking.sh: Bash Script for Detect and Configure Wireless Networks: Using paired combinations of essid-key_script values, Tested on Linux Based Systems
Yard is a suite of Perl scripts for creating custom boot/rescue/Linux-on-a-floppy disks. You specify a basic set of files and utilities for inclusion and Yard handles the details, including checking for errors, omissions and inconsistencies.
The User-space System Device Enumeration (uSDE) facility manages the devices attached to a computer system. It is responsible for creating, deleting and maintaining the devices and networking interfaces for the system that it is installed on.
ThinTUX is a small Linux distribution for thin clients. It has support for all major remote access protocols. The distribution can be booted from the network. The configuration is stored on a DHCP server to simplify terminal management.
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.
Streambox is a web interface for live mp3 streaming. It can be installed on a linux machine with one or more soundcards. Streambox is meant to be used as the only interface to the machine: it does not need a keyboard or monitor. Also StreamBOX is a CD