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Collection of unofficial OpenBSD ports that are waiting for inclusion in the main OpenBSD ports tree
Physalis is an OSGi implementation for the .NET (Compact) Framework.
POBS (PHP Obfuscat[eo]r) is a PHP code obfuscator. It replaces all variables, functions, classes and class methods with a corresponding MD5 hash. All whitespace and comments are also stripped.
The Packware Project has been founded to support Slackware Linux users. The flag product is pwbuilder, a tool to easily create software packages for Slackware. We also provide a big set of build scripts for pwbuilder, as well as ready-to-use packages.1 weekly downloads
FixInst is a little installer for installing software e.g. games. It is written in C++ with GTK2 and works also as a console program.1 weekly downloads
Clojure libraries for performing real-world linguistic analysis of text.
TheOpenCD is a collection of high quality Free and Open Source Software. The programs run in Windows and cover the most common tasks such as word processing, presentations, e-mail, web browsing, web design, and image manipulation.
This book project aims to write a book that provides an introduction to Libranet GNU/Linux. It addresses people who have little or no GNU/Linux experience.
Xdialog script creates a boot-able live DVD that is a copy of a KNOPPIX version plus user content added to the root of the new DVD. Easy one step publishing allows a new boot.img, background, and startup up index.html on a custom made DVD.
Rainbow Linux provides documentation about creating your own LiveCD, and it provides with the mdvlive scripts a platform for creating your own LiveCD based on Mandriva Linux. This project is an offshoot of the Mklivecd project.
Kiosk - Bootable live kiosk/POI
LiveCD provides that platform for creating your own LiveCD based on Mandrake Linux. This project is an offshoot of the MiniCD project to enable the generic creation of a LiveCD's for a multitude of applications.1 weekly downloads
Linoratix is a Linux distribution focused on Workstations and Servers
The CLC project provides additional packages for the CRUX Linux distribution (http://crux.nu).
Shabdix GNU/Linux is a live CD based on KNOPPIX and Debian. It features KDE with the Farsi/Persian translation.1 weekly downloads
The "Kinneret" project aims to create a friendly, comprehensive and fully localized GNU/Linux distribution, that will employ free software in order to address the computing needs of Israeli pupils.1 weekly downloads
A small os-system for (old) low level i386 systems (desktops, notebooks etc.) to productive use.2 weekly downloads
Jollix linux is a completely free linux desktop distribution for x86, based on gentoo linux, pre-configured, for game and multimedia enthusiasts. It is distributed as a LiveCD to boot the PC.
A mirror for CSW - Community SoftWare for Solaris.
Deli Linux is a desktop Linux distribution for old computers (from i486 to Pentium MMX 166 or so). Based on uClibc. Deli Linux almost uses only "lightweight" alternatives instead of Bloatware.
A Linux live CD with basic tools for develop web sites2 weekly downloads
The hassle-free way to get Unix programs on OS X1 weekly downloads
The Sink Engine is a software development kit for the creation of digital content distribution networks. It provides an API to develop applications in C++ for the distribution of digital content which is cataloged in a directory accessible with LDAP.
A universal 64-bit Operating Environment for Multi-Processor Machines.