The Transparent Inter Process Communication protocol allows applications in a clustered computer environment to communicate quickly and reliably with other applications, regardless of their location within the cluster. (Details at http://tipc.sf.net.)
Feel the fresh experience of Arch Linux
FunkOS is an RTOS for 8-32 bit MCUs including AVR, MSP430, and Cortex M3. Both C and C++ kernels avaiable. Key features include preemption, periodic events, device drivers, and mutex/semaphores. Includes a variety of graphics and filesystem middleware. Please also check out FunkOS's big brother, Mark3OS. Mark3OS is slightly larger, but is more scalable, much more feature-rich, and supports a wider variety of devices.
The WRT54GL Tarifa enhanced firmware. Linksys WRT54G/WRT54GS models V1 to V4 and the WRT54GL V1.x This Third Party Firmware is functionaly the same as the original, the improvements are to make this router more scaleable, by increasing the capacity.
A collection of single floppy disk based Network Attached Storage (NAS) Server Operating Systems, designed to transform a basic computer into a dedicated SMB/CIFS, FTP or NFS file server.
UFFS: Ultra-low-cost Flash File System, designed for NAND flash working in embedded system. UFFS typically consumes less then 200K ram for 1Gb(page 512)/4Gb(page 2K) NAND flash. It supports direct flash interface, works with or without OS.
"µOS++" (micro OS plus plus) is an open source, royalty-free, real-time operating system intended for embedded systems built around ARM Cortex M or AVR devices. It is based on a preemptive scheduler written in C++ (more info in the Wiki).
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
LFA (Linux for all) 64 bit with LXDE and Refracta tools
LFA (Linux for all) is based on Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS and Debian. REFRACTA Create you own Linux For All/Ubuntu system with Refracta tools. Pre-installed in Build 170827. The system language is ENGLISH. DESKTOP Build 170827 uses LXDE. WINE Wine is installed. Just so you can run Firefox for Windows to be able to watch HBO movies. Adobe Flash for Windows is needed. KERNEL My special kernel 4.12.0-12-exton. INSTALL TO A USB STICK Read my INSTRUCTION: http://lfa.exton.net/?page_id=14 INSTALL TO HARD DRIVE You’ll find the installation program under Menu >> System >> Refracta Installer.
This Database Test Suite aims to create database workload test kits used to simulate heavy user loads for OLTP, Decision Support, and e-commerce database transactions. These test kits can also be used to gather performance results for Linux and other
What you see, is what you get! GNU/Linux Arch Based Distro
# Summary: Tux Hat Linux is a Arch Linux Based Distro. K.I.S.S. principle, keeping the UNIX logic within a GNU/Linux System. This OS has a main menu script / auto session program call tuxhatlinux within that you can load up Fluxbox, also have setup-tuxhat to setup the system live session and to install it to a HDD. It is a very lightweight distro. and giving the users the freedom at hands. # Tux Hat Linux Pastebin to use, modified, study, and learn from the source. http://pastebin.com/u/unixwz0r # Info: The Live ISO is under 700mb and can be put on a CD-R/DVD-R/USB and boot up on any x86 & x86_64 PC computers. Fluxbox has a simular config to FluxBSD, and Fluxbox has been updated to 1.3.7. # IRC Freenode: irc.freenode.net #bsdgeekclub @UNIXwz0r (owner) Tux Hat Linux Project # More Screenshots http://ipodpunker.deviantart.com
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.
Advanced platform-independant, Object-Oriented threading and synchronization library. Designed and tested under POSIX & Win32 systems. Not just another thread wrapper.
luxur es un kernel creado en C una vez compilado con gcc se puede iniciar con grub o puede probar la .iso en una maquina virtual.
Linux driver for the tablet buttons of Fujitsu Siemens Tablet PCs (Lifebooks P-, T- and U-Series, Stylistic T and ST5xxx). * PLEASE NOTE: the latest release from this project is old and does not build anymore; the driver is maintained in the mainline kernel *
Advanced Real-Time Linux (ART-Linux) is a hard real-time kernel developed with robotics applications in mind. Real-Time is accessible from user level and does not require special device drivers. 10 micro-second periodic execution is possible on a PII
Cyber Struggle Linux
Cyber Struggle Linux based on Xubuntu 16.04.1. Preinstalled pentest tools.
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).
Powertweak-Linux is a port of the similarly named Microsoft Windows tool. It optimises your system to run at peek performance, by adjusting hardware settings, and config files. Work is underway in CVS to add features such as additional power management by
This is a driver for reading from an USB barcode reader.
Our project aims to develop Linux and Android support for T-Mobile Wing, HTC Herald, and other OMAP850-based devices.
Project to run ARM linux on Psion PDAs.
Written in pure ASM and Exode with cloud computing in mind.
Cloudium OS is being written in pure ASM. It's designed for speed and ease, having cloud computing in mind. It also is secure (without requiring constant user input like Windows). But, how are we going to do this? Well every os wants/says these kind of things, so to accomplish our goals we follow these simple rules: keep it simple (that's way better then these complex interfaces etc. almost nobody wants), generalize (this makes things easier and more useful without extra complexity) and be inventive (sometimes doing it the classical way just doesn't work). Note: development peace will be temporarily lowered until February the fifth. Please check out our OS and Project site!