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KittyOS is a small operating system based on Linux. The OS is for USB pendrives and old computers. It uses XFce graphical enviroment.
The files contained in this package are the boot section of the Linux Kernel I compiled in 2005 of what I called my Knox AES Debian Kernel. It is free to you to use to experiment with, but at this time, I do not have the time or resources to support it.
Musician-oriented Linux distro
Tophat is a modification of a N64 and NES hardware to act like a Laptop. Tophat will make use of modified versions of Linux, BSD and the open source versions of MacOSX
A Security Enhanced Linux Based Distro with some features that are found only in the BSD's to date. Initial focus will be on chrooting all system daemons, jailing sockets, want to mimic BSD's jail() system call, getting a nice ports system going.
This project is now dead. It has been replaced by a Wiki located here: http://www.linspireguide.com. If you're interested in getting involved please stop by and sign up.
An integrated GNU/Linux distribution for routers.
DefconfigManager is too to generate consistent Linux Kernel defconfig for different architectures and machines. It is based Kconfiglib, Python library to parse Kconfig's and defconfigs.
The Linux Driver Tracing Interface provides a per-cpu flight-recorder tracing facility to the Linux kernel. It can be used as a low-overhead mechanism for tracing kernel code in a production environment as well as for kernel debugging during development
Linux Ethernet Devices
This project is devoted to porting the first versions of the Linux kernel to FreeBasic.
Project Delphi is aimed to be a brand new Linux distribution designed for young children with easy of set up and security control for the parents.
Development of Linux kernel extensions which enable intrusion detection and prevention functionalities based on NSA's SELinux (http://www.nsa.gov/selinux/).
This research project is a port of the Rice University's Superpages FreeBSD prototype to the Linux 2.6 kernel for IA64, x86-64, and x86-32 processor architectures. See the wiki section for more information.
The memory usage debugger for the Linux kernel modules and drivers.
LSCR is a compilation of helping resources for software development in Assembly language under Linux. It includes system calls reference for kernel 2.6+, FASM include files, example applications, and some utilities.
A custom fork of the Linux kernel.
Linux/FreeBSD device-driver for the ISA PC-CAN Interface PC-I 03. The interface uses a PCA82C200 Stand-alone CAN-controller by Philips Semiconductors.
A port Linux distribution to the Nintendo DS. This provides the possibility of a wonderful dual screen possibly dual-processor PDA platform.
Open Source VoIP Appliance software to run on lightweight compact hardware. Components includes robust AJAX interface, Asterisk backend, and light-weight embedded web server.
Liquix... Project Liquix (MyLiquix) represents an open-source Linux Distribution, with Gnome Environment, for desktop use... Simplicity of Liquix delivers easy-to-use user interface to skilled users, as well as newbie Linux users.. GNU/GPL License!
Maximize number of requests handled in a IT Data Center by minimizing the Power Consumption for IT Data Center and ensuring the Power Consumption of IT Data Center is within the predefined threshold Limits of both Server and IT Data Center.
MOOnix is a UNIX-like internet TCP/IP "OS" written in MOO. MOOnix will allow for active programming, which will allow multiple programmer's clients to automaticly update the source when there is a change. Other users can simple use MOOnix as a UNIX shell.
MXE (MaxEnhanced) Kernel Patchset is a patch collection for the Linux vanilla kernel. It includes code from a lot of projects, such as Kernel Mode Linux, Novell AppArmor, Ndiswrapper-1.34rc2, SquashFS, AFS, Openswan, CDemu, L7-filter and various...