The Advanced XIP File System is a Linux kernel filesystem driver that enables files to be executed directly from flash or ROM memory rather than being copied into RAM.
Useful sources and information to accompany the Agenda Help Page
Aiptek Hyperpen USB tablet drivers for Linux and X.Org/XFree86. Also includes GUI front-end for configuring the tablet while in-use. Supports Aiptek 6000U, 8000U, 12000U. May work with 4000U/5000U, also reported to work with off-brand clones such as LT95
AlacrityVM is a hypervisor based on the Linux KVM (http://linux-kvm.org) project which aims specifically for high Performance, targeting HPC and Real-Time computing in the data-center.
Alfalinux is a pocket linux on two floppys. Based on a standard Slackware3.5 (libc5) have the goal to be (probably) the only really *standard* pocket linux, without modified system parts. It is also a "modular system" and support adding of personaliz
Alicia(Advanced LInux Crash-dump Interactive Analyzer) is a tool that provides the effective environment & interface to analyze Linux crash dump with the power of Perl. New command to edit a dump can be written in perl. Given your script, Got know-how.
Linux support for the AmigaOne/MAI Teron CX/MAI Teron PX consumer PowerPC motherboards.
Building and running ancient Linux on Windows
While I may have started with Linux 0.11, I've expanded this to include several older relases of the Linux kernel that you can cross compile from Windows, and run on Qemu. I've managed to get the older versions of the software tools running on Windows, so that there is no major invasive source changes, outside of either broken drivers, or massaging the makefiles to find things in the new paths, and calling the appropriate tools where needed. Linux 0.10 is the first oldest version of Linux that is somewhat usable. While it lacks things like TCP/IP, and robust filesystems, it does offer a small kernel size, perfect for playing around with. You can comfortably make changes on Windows, re-compile and test all from a 'normal' desktop.
Antomic is a project to build a free operating system based on GNU and other free software.
To provide an updated page to Apple Network Server Kernel Support
A simple, lightweight i686-optimized Linux distribution
Arch Linux is an independently developed, i686/x86-64 general purpose GNU/Linux distribution versatile enough to suit any role. Development focuses on simplicity, minimalism, and code elegance. Arch is installed as a minimal base system, configured by the user upon which their own ideal environment is assembled by installing only what is required or desired for their unique purposes. GUI configuration utilities are not officially provided, and most system configuration is performed from the shell and a text editor. Based on a rolling-release model, Arch strives to stay bleeding edge, and typically offers the latest stable versions of most software.
The Arch Linux Kernel and modules suitable for Amazon EC2.
The Linux Kernel and modules with Xen guest support suitable for Amazon EC2. Incorporates kernel build scripts, pacman kernel binaries repository and planned EC2 related packages binary repository.
ArchOne is an archlinux-based live usb designed for Acer Aspire One netbook (it also compatible with other netbook). For more info, visit http://archone.sourceforge.net
Armada Linux is a port of GNU/Linux for embedded systems, especially Smartphones.
NOTE: Bug tracker moved at http://dev.iksaif.net/projects/acpi4asus NOTE. This project is a Linux kernel driver that allows owners of Asus laptops to use all the functionality of their computers such as special keys, special LEDs, brightness control,
PRATIMA, an Asynchronous Remote Volume Replicator for Linux: Pratima performs online, real-time, reliable and efficient block level data replication to a remote computer over a network in both synchronous and asynchronous modes for Linux.
The AEM project page has migrated to http://sourceforge.net/projects/aem or click on "Project Home Page" to go to the new AEM home page.
This is the community project to maintain and develop the Linux kernel driver for the Atheros L2 gigabit ethernet adapter.
This project brings together many sub-projects with the goal of enhancing Linux performance on large systems. Sub-projects include ccNUMA, 64-bit x86, ACPI, etc. support for Linux.
This is the community project to maintain and develop the Linux kernel driver for the Attansic L1 gigabit ethernet adapter.
This program has been forked and Autokernel has been abandoned. Please check out KernelCheck: http://kcheck.sourceforge.net/ Autokernel, a program that automatically recompiles and optimizes the kernel to your needs.
Scripts in php (and sh) to automate downloading of *relevant* patches for the linux kernel.
The AKT project aims at making the kernel able to automatically tune the resources as it sees appropriate. NOTE: the AKT API has been moved to a new project called libtune (https://sourceforge.net/projects/libtune)
B2D Linux is a Taiwanese Linux distribution and live CD with a complete support for the traditional Chinese character set.