cross-distribution software installation system
Zero Install is a decentralised cross-distribution software installation system. Create one package that works everywhere! With dependency handling and automatic updates, full support for shared libraries, and integration with native package managers
RubyScript2Exe transforms your Ruby script into a standalone Windows or Linux executable. You can look at it as a "compiler", for it collects all necessary files to run your script on an other machine.
Alindis - A GNU/Linux Distribution was to be a comprehensive guide leading the reader from zero to his/her own GNU/Linux distribution. This is now a dead project. -- Felix
AllInOneRuby creates an Windows or Linux executable that includes both the Ruby interpreter and the runtime libraries. Why? Because it's sometimes not easy, or allowed to do a complete Ruby installation. That's where AllInOneRuby comes in.
Remoteable Package Database, Job Scheduler and Frontend for the Gentoo-Portage System. <br/> Provides tools for evaluation,parsing and creating ebuilds. Written in ruby18 with sqlite,soapr4 and gtk.
A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.
Lucie enables parallel network installation of large numbers of nodes from one single administration server. It is designed to be scalable and efficient, so a complete Linux cluster can be built from scratch in a short amount of time.
A software distribution based on Debian/Linux to provide network diagnostics, security monitoring and intrusion detection. The distribution can be easily installed by office personnell.
Universal sw mgmt tool optimized for best resource usage. In SW mgmt, sw is organized in packages with dependencies. Process consists of more tasks, using different resources: net, CPU UniPkg runs tasks in parallel with optimal usage of resources.
Tools to squeeze RDF out of Debian packages. Includes an RDF Schema and some commands to extract RDF data from .deb packages and the package database.
Precompiled (deployable) open source binary files
These precompiled (deployable) open source binary files distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY.