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.
Crosos is a SubLinux Distribution
Crosos is a open-source OS. It is based on the Linux Kernel and mostly uses the same code in Ubuntu (but it has been derived from Debian)
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.
A collection of dozens of entertaining educational programs. Optionally bootable from Floppy, CD, or USB. Only the open source portions of FUZOMA are hosted on Sourceforge. Visit the Project Homepage for the full version of FUZOMA.
Unity Linux, in itself, is not a full distribution. What our group provides is set of core packages and the tools which make it very easy to remaster the core into a distribution of your liking targeting specific functionality.
Editing, Publishing, Audio and Video Productions!
Are you a writer? Do you do heavy blogging? Do you edit other people's works? Are you a (self-) publisher? Do you need the ability to write, edit, or publish works on-the-go? Are you sick of paying Microsoft hundreds of dollars for software that doesn't work right? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then the Wallstone Creativity Desktop was made for you. This (mostly) complete system, Powered by OpenSUSE, has plenty of tools for writing, editing, converting documents, scanning documents, handling images and photos, planning, and much more. In addition, if you work on audio or video projects, we're working on making your lives better as well, with programs like OpenShot and Cinelrella, Mixxx, and Audacity. The Wallstone Creativity Desktop wants to be YOUR favorite Linux distribution, so tell us what you'd like to see! ----- Downloads (on Suse Studio): 32-bit: http://goo.gl/6uIFjf 64-bit: http://goo.gl/P5bzPm
get make and install [multiple] linux kernels
does what it says! if you have old configs it can bring them forward or help do that. it can build a set of kernels (ie, if you have more than one arch). it packages them. and has some good options. end of story it's possible with one commandline to do the round trip , copy to another host , have that host install package, and have the host reboot (maybe not on first try ok ? :) The comparison to script shipped with kernel (circa 2012): 1) gmil works or attempts to work across many releases 2) gmil works harder to make packaged installable result(s) 3) gmil has a smart way to build many kernels at once / at a keypress 4) the scripts/ _can do most of those steps but _don't combine them, leaving maybe allot to read and type. Details come undone can cause confusion, rebuilds, and missing kernel files. License: public domain. thanks kernels linux team!
open source analogue of IBM OS/2 operating system