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OS Farm is a service for generating and storing Xen VM images and Virtual Appliances. A live demo can be found at http://cern.ch/osfarm
Open Hypervisor features hardware passthrough, security and a framework that allows the development of Virtual Software Appliances.
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Oralux is a GNU/Linux distribution for the vision impaired persons.
Orange JeOS ("juice") is a small and secure Linux distribution
PAiPodLinux is a modified version of ipodlinux, it aims to be a usable platform for Pro Audio Recording, it has no games or extra stuff, it runs on GEN 3 iPods. PAiPodLinux is based on the work done at the ipodlinux project, and much credit goes to them.
PC-BSD puts the "Personal" computing into BSD. Based on FreeBSD, it will maintain all compatibility with the FreeBSD OS, while providing some features to make desktop use easier, such as a graphical installer and graphical desktop, running KDE.
Pkg is a symlink-base package managment system for Linux. It stores each package in a separate directory and symlinks them to their normal places.
Paludis is a library that allows querying, installing and QA checking of ebuilds. It comes with a simple commandline client.
pancake is a source based packaging system which is scripted in Bash and m4. It allows for easy install of source pacakges
Papi (Proprietary Application Package Installer) is a tool to automate the building of NOSRC rpms. The idea of Papi is to let the user download the source manually (thus accepting the license), and automate the rest.
A simple interface for textual TCP exchange between processes using Perl, C++, PHP and Java. Please refer to README, .h, and .pm files for documentation.
Pools of Virtual Boxes (POVB) aims to make it easy to deploy Linux Condor pools on Windows based machines using Virtual Box virtual machines.
PootyPedia is a tool to track the hardware in use by a software project. Its client software finds the hardware and reports it, while the server software tracks the reports and keeps them organized in a database.
GUI for DarwinPorts package management system
Don't install programs, preferring your PC's performance to be fast & smooth? Then this is the solution for you. Simply download an app, unzip to flash drive/external hard drive, or even your iPod, MP3/MP4 player & use the progrsm on sny Windows OS
PortaBoom is a mini-Linux distribution that is designed with one thing in mind - being able to play the classic game Doom (tm) from the CD ROM drive of any Intel machine fast enough to run it (Probably P5 or better).
ProcessKiller Is A Program That I Made To AutoKill Unwanted Process's! Any Process Added To The AutoKill List Will Automaticly Be Kill Within 1 MilliSecond!
With ProfileTree you can install softwarepackages under Windows with one click. ProfileTree has a small interface where you can select different software that you want to install unattended.
Programming custom actions in C/C++ in Visual Studio for Microsoft Windows Installer including such concepts as self-repairing software for all languages in Window platform.
The PCPAC project describes a method for converting a Linux desktop distribution into a safe, reliable and efficient PAC, a Public Access Computer, for a library, school or waiting room. The intention is to have discussions about distros and scripts.
Yum Update Portal. Provides a PHP portal to view available updates for Linux machines using Yum and gives you the option to schedule updates to happen at the next runtime. A back end script checks updates and runs updates on remote machines via SSH.
PyRPM is an experimental project to look at RPM package management. It is a Python module and a collection of scripts that provide similar functionality as rpm, yum, and related software.
Python Packager is a web service (http://python-packager.com) that converts Python source code into standalone applications. It builds single files, portable directories, a Windows installer and RPM/DEB packages.