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GPL source and toolchain for ASUSTOR NAS12 weekly downloads
Fulcon can generate full OS environment to the container like the VM.4 weekly downloads
The Arc-live(X86-i386)is a distribution live dvd and pendrive with automatic hardware detection and is now included the kernel-3.2.0-4-486/3.2.0-4-686-pae(arc-live-1.0.1-wheezy stable with live-installer).3 weekly downloads
xinco [eXtensibe INformation COre] is a powerful Web-Service based Information and Document Management System (DMS) for files, text, URLs and contacts, featuring ACLs, versioning, full text search, an FTP-like client (easy install, J2EE+MySQL/PostgreSQL)237 weekly downloads
This project has all the needed software to simulate Linux, or use it as a live USB, CD, or DVD. Instructions on how to use this software is also included.
The project mainly deals with creating a Dual IP stack node with provision of complete support for both IPV4 and IPV6 in hosts and servers.
The objective of this project is to create a framework for developing device simulators for Linux. This will help device driver developers. More details will be added shortly
An FUSE filesystem module that merges content of several directories in to a single directory transparently.1 weekly downloads
Linux kernel for built in connectivity for channels with Mainframe and other High End Servers.
A very simple SNTP client for any POSIX-compatible system with ntp_adjtime() syscall. If compiled with dietlibc it reserves only 8kB in RAM and it doesn't memory leak. It synchronizes up to 1/10000s.