Fink brings the full world of Unix Open Source software to Darwin and Mac OS X. Packages are downloaded and built automatically and installed into a tree managed by dpkg, all with full dependency tracking.
MoviX is a series of 3 tiny -live CD- Linux Distros aimed at MultiMedia playing. eMoviX makes a CD able to play by itself all audio/video files it contains (DivX, XviD, QuickTime, MP3 etc.). MoviX&MoviX2 transform in secs yr PC in a powerful MM box.
The LAMPAS project is a combination of common Open Source tools that provides a unified system from where administrators, developers and other parties can manage a large application cluster. The underlying platform is LAMP based.
Pkgutil, written in Perl and licensed under GPL, is a tool to make installation of CSW packages in Solaris easier. It handles package dependencies so all required packages are installed before the desired package automatically.
SystemImager is software that makes the installation of Linux to masses of similar machines relatively easy. It makes software distribution, configuration, and operating system updates easy, and can also be used for content distribution.
A small tool that provides ability to mirror any parts of Debian GNU/Linux distribution and any "apt oriented sources". It takes config similar to apt's "sources.list" and creates local mirror for given sources.
RPM Package Manager (RPM) is a powerful package management system capable of installing, uninstalling, verifying, querying, and updating software packages. This is a port of the RPM software, including rpmbuild and yum/APT-RPM, to Darwin and Mac OS X
This utility packages CPAN modules in RPM format intelligently and with minimal effort. It produces spec-files, binaries and/or source packages and automatically downloads a module from CPAN or a given url. Offers lots of options for tweaking the spec
This project has a lively SVN repository for build recipes, over 1000 F/OSS softwares are available. The tool "pkgbuild" is for building packages on Solaris 11/OpenIndiana from RPM-like spec files. The tool also runs on OmniOS. If you want, you can create new style IPS packages and old style SVR4 packages for Solaris 10. The tool is not updated frequently, but the following "build recipes" for pkgbuild is updated every day. For a few hundred build-recipes see the sub-project "spec-files-extra" or "SFE". We already have stacks of e.g. multimedia players mplyer/vlc or postfix/dovecot/cyrus-sasl/spamfiltering. But there is so much more to be added! Volunteers to the build-recipes are always welcome. Please ask on the mailing list or irc://irc.freenode.org/#pkgbuild Please proceed now with the link below and remember to visit "SFE" on the left and browse through the available packages list in SVN. Or go for one of the binary repositories with ready-to-use IPS packages.
The CD Sharing Server is a framework for the distribution of software installation media images and their contents over multiple file sharing protocols
LPMtool is a package management tool
A live-CD desktop GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian with a focus on convenience of use.
cpanspec generates spec files for Perl modules from CPAN for Fedora.
rpmerizor build rpm packages from installed software.
rpmerizor is a Perl script that allows you to create an RPM package from installed software simply by specifying files on the command line and answering a few questions.
Chinese Debian GNU/Linux running on Live! CD
The Node Director is a tool for managing distributed, hetergeneous UNIX Systems. Its functionality includes System Configuration, Application Distribution, NIS & NIS+ Management, User Creation and Dynamic System Documentation.
Software from LoCI Laboratory is devoted to information logistics, the study of the flexible coscheduling of the physical resources that underpin computer systems: storage, computation, and data transmission. We use IBP, L-Bone, exNode and LoRS.
Designed to be a user exchange center. Allowing a user to upload a file, have it catagorized and listed with description. Downloads will be tracked for real time counting. Auto hot-list creation. Also will have admin section.
Tentacle is a cross-platform file transfer protocol that aims to be secure and easy to use. The client and server are designed to be run from the command line or called from a shell script. Secure file transfers to and from the server are supported.
Multitude is a tool to install and manage packages on all your debian machines in one place. It aims to be like aptitude but for your whole serverfarm or so.
---this project is declared dead. email me if you ahve desire to take over --- So you escaped RPM hell... but what about those packages that you can only get in RPM format? That's where we can help. You can install RPM packages in your non-RPM Linu
<b>relink</b> is a <i>package management tool</i> for organization and management of software packages. It should run on any UNIX platform that runs PERL. Similar tools include: rpm(REDHAT/Mandrake), pkgadd(Slackware/SUN), stow(GNU) and depot(CMU)
up2us extends RedHat's up2date agent (which updates packages on Red Hat Linux) ability to fetch and install packages from any number of servers which run Hunter Matthew's Current server (see current.tigris.net), in addition to RedHat's RHN.
ATC is a system for configuring and controlling the pre and post building of Unix machines over the network. Predominately it uses JET to deploy Solaris hosts and Kickstart to deploy Linux hosts. Post build ATC is used to do configuration control.
AVD is a continuation of the swim project. The goal is to create a suitable SQL server from swim's not-installed DB, and to maintain the swim client. AVD will be used as a gBootRoot method.