Windows installer development tool
NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) is a professional open source system to create Windows installers. It is designed to be as small and flexible as possible and is therefore very suitable for internet distribution. Being a user's first experience with your product, a stable and reliable installer is an important component of succesful software. With NSIS you can create such installers that are capable of doing everything that is needed to setup your software. NSIS is script-based and allows you to create the logic to handle even the most complex installation tasks. Many plug-ins and scripts are already available: you can create web installers, communicate with Windows and other software components, install or update shared components and more.
A GUI-based tool that allows you to create a CD/DVD with all downloaded packages with APT-GET, creating a removable-repository. APTonCD will also allow you to download and create automaticaly DVDs with all Deb packages avaliable in a specific reposit
A GTK Linux Graphicall installer easily adaptable framework to make installations with a graphical interface.
Do you know all devices connected to your IT network ? Do you know which software or hardware component is installed on a computer ? Are you able to deploy softwares or configuration scripts on your computers ? No, then Try OCS Inventory NG at http://www.ocsinventory-ng.org...
PHPatch is (to be) an extensible task oriented/platform independent application in PHP, for web application management operations (but not restricted), similar to Java Ant.
The Arc-live(X86-i386)is a distribution live dvd and pendrive with automatic hardware detection and is now included the kernel-3.2.0-4-486/3.2.0-4-686-pae(arc-live-1.0.1-wheezy stable with live-installer).
UniCode C++ library, a replacement for libunicode. This library allows to use / create multiple code pages, convert to HTML, using the latest UniCode version as reference. Max flexibility and re-usability. Cross-platform applications published: xpfweb