An open source identity and IT infrastructure management solution
Univention Corporate Server (UCS) is the free to use, innovative platform to efficiently operate and manage server applications and complete IT infrastructures. UCS is optimally suited for the management of distributed, heterogeneous and virtualized IT environments, no matter whether you deploy Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X or Linux systems. The integrated identity and infrastructure management system allows the secure administration of applications and provision of infrastructure services as well as the central, cross-location and cross-platform management of server and desktop systems via an intuitive web interface. Thanks to open interfaces and easy-to-use connectors, UCS can be effortlessly integrated in existing environments. Via the integrated App Center, it offers a large number of enterprise applications, which can be operated with a few clicks. Extensive Active Directory functions allow both the integration as well as the migration from Microsoft.
Exton|OS 64 bit based on Ubuntu/Debian with Budgie Desktop
ABOUT Exton|OS is based on Ubuntu 64 bit and Debian. Exton|OS ISO file is a ISO-hybrid, which means that it can easily be transferred (copied) to a USB stick. IMPORTANT ABOUT REFRACTA TOOLS Refracta tools are pre-installed in Exton|OS . Use Refracta snapshot to create your own live installable Ubuntu system. RUNS FROM RAM Another great thing is that Exton|OS can run from RAM. Use Boot alternative 3 (Load to RAM). When the system has booted up you can remove the disc (DVD/CD) or USB stick. You'll need at least 2 GB RAM to run Exton|OS that way. I.e. superfast! USB installation To enable persistence you can install Exton|OS to a USB stick in the same way as a hard drive installation. It’s a bit tricky though, since you have to chroot into the system on the USB stick to perform the Grub installation. I.e. to make the stick bootable. Read my INSTRUCTION at http://www.exton.net/?p=789 UPCOMING UBUNTU 18.04 Build 180301 is based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
Project's goal is to create better tools for diagnosing Linux systems. Diagnostics include first failure data capture, error log analysis, preventative testing, and system inventory gathering.
Linux-based operating system
darkOS is a Linux-based operating system builded on SUSE Repositories. He include many tools, to make a easy, fast and simple work.
Lightweight Slackware modification. Desktop-centric applications built on up-to-date libraries and easy on hardware resources. Kinda Slackware without lots of work to start out...
Run Linux on the Playstation 2
Kernelloader is a free bootloader for PS2 Linux and other Playstation 2 operating systems. Loading can be done by "Action Replay Media Player", by "memory card exploit", by "FMCB" or any other homebrew loading method. If you downloaded the latest Linux Live DVD, you need to run the online updater to be able to play Youtube videos.
Gobudgie is an operating system which is compatible to Android.
Gobudgie is using the powerfull Budgie desktop combined with the Ubuntu base. The user interface is designed for Android users so we're using a material theme. Gobudgie offers several ways to easily access or install applications. We integrated the Chromium OS Web Store the standard Ubuntu Software Center, an Android App runtime, PlayOnLinux and Wine.
a greener alternative for everyone
Enso aims to be a clean and simple OS that is easy to use and incorporates some of our favourite projects from around the Linux world. Built on top of Xubuntu for a solid and reliable base, we have re-themed XFCE to our own liking, added some nice features to the environment and ship it with some extra applications. Unfamiliar with Linux and need help getting going? Our docs contain all the information you need and can be found here: www.enso-os.site/docs.html For further development information and areas of Enso code head over to our Github Page: https://github.com/nick92/Enso-OS Where you can also let us know about any problems you encounter: https://github.com/nick92/Enso-OS/issues
QNAP GPL Source
GPL source for QNAP Turbo NAS
Linux support for the AmigaOne/MAI Teron CX/MAI Teron PX consumer PowerPC motherboards.
Tools and patches for the Linux Diskquota system as part of the Linux kernel
Script to make partitions, format and install embedded Linux files.
This is a Script to make partitions, format and install embedded Linux files. The tool uses the Kconfig to set up the partitions size, format and files to be installed on a USB Drive or eMMC memory. The same Kconfig used by Linux Kernel and Buildroot (menuconfig, xconfig or gconfig). After defines the configuration, just run the Script to install your Linux Image. The Script was made to run on Debian 8 or similar distribution. The Script depends on the follow packages: parted and dosfstools
This project delivers Linux support (USB driver and Tools) for a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) cards of the Signal Ranger series, see http://www.softdb.com/product_dsp.shtml for details) connected to a Linux host via USB.
Small but complete enviroment for building custom embedded system (x86 and other). Based on the gentoo system and uclibc-embedded project. Ideal for small hardware like WRAP or Soekris.
Small Linux version with MMU less support. uClinux, μClinux and the logos versions are Trademarks of Arcturus Networks Inc. Copyright © 1998 - 2002 D. Jeff Dionne and Michael Durrant Copyright © 2001 - 2011 Arcturus Networks Inc.
This project is a port of linux/uclinux to the Macintosh Classic.
Porting of Linux to the XDA PocketPC Phone Edition, also known as MDA, QTEK, SX-56 etc. The manufacturer HTC calls them Wallaby and Himalaya.
A Linux port of the OpenBSD/FreeBSD Cryptographic Framework (OCF). This port aims to bring full asynchronous HW/SW crypto acceleration to the Linux kernel, OpenSwan, OpenSSL and applications using DES, 3DES, AES, MD5, SHA, PublicKey, RNGs and more.
Repository for the Kernel and tools sources for Agenda VR3. Including Gnu/Gcc, binutils, and kernel
Project SUZAKU, home of software development based on SUZAKU FPGA board
Hack&Dev project's goal is to bring Linux to PalmOS-powered handhelds. Currently we are focusing on the Palm/PalmOne handhelds based on Intel PXA and TI OMAP CPUs.
This project coordinates the efforts of people to port Linux to the Renesas (formerly Hitachi) SuperH family of processors, including the SH-2, SH-3, and SH-4.
Software system for FlowScreen Router, with SempGate FPGA firmware and Intel EP80579 based board, it implements a high performance (1.5M pps network traffic) router system with open architecture for 3-rd party network application development.
The creation of a linux bootloader for windows ce devices