Cross-platform Java executable wrapper for creating lightweight Windows native EXEs. Provides advanced JRE search, application startup configuration and better user experience.
cx_Freeze is a set of utilities for freezing Python scripts into executables using many of the techniques found in Thomas Heller's py2exe, Gordon McMillan's Installer and the Freeze utility that ships with Python itself
Radmind is a suite of Unix command-line tools and a server designed to remotely administer the file systems of multiple Unix machines. For Mac OS X, there's also a graphical interface.
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.
Nixstaller is an Open Source project with the goal to create user friendly and flexible installers that work on various UNIX like systems. Some of its features are: small size overhead, large compatibility, Lua scripting and few dependencies.
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
The first OpenSolaris based distro (since June 2005)
Schillix is a complete OpenSource operating system based on the source code of OpenSolaris.
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.
Jar Ajar is a JAR-based self-extractor for zip files. Zip up files and package them with descriptive images and text using Jar Ajar's graphical interface. When recipients launch the resulting JAR, Jar Ajar guides users through the unzip process.
<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)
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.
Advisory Check is a tool for monitoring the security of installed software. It gathers security advisories using RSS/RDF/XML feeds, compares them against a list of known software, and alerts you if you're vulnerable. Let advchk read advisories for you!
An experimental implementation of the Gentoo package management system (portage) and build environment on Solaris 11/OpenSolaris.
ApacheBuilder builds Apache (with optional modules of Mod_SSL and Mod_Perl) from sources, prompting for config params of location, etc. When done, it starts Apache and verifies it all works ok.
Application Version Manager is designed to enable multiple versions of the same application (i.e. Mozilla) to be accessible to a user or developer. The user/developer would simply choose the version required and use avm to load the version required
A framework of pluggable modules comprising a complete OS and application testing, deployment and management solution. Delivering autonomous systems built upon rigourously tested and documented processes, automating the process from package testing to pr
orchestrator / cluster deployment tool
The Orchestrator server is responsible for distribution and launch of simple apply/rollback shell scripts in a particular order across multiple servers . If for any reason deployment is failing at a particular stage the process will stop and you can rollback any changes done until then. In case you want to deploy your code or just call your preferred DSC client to apply the configuration locally the Orchestrator can be a handy tool. The operation can be started manually or scheduled, depending on your needs. In terms of audit and trace capabilities, the system is collecting all console output of your shell scripts from all servers and saves the logs centrally for review.
DAPI (Data structures and Algorithm Programing Interface) is a programing interface of data structures and algorithms use c language, it supports multiple task
Multiple Remote SHell Management On Demand aids in the management of multiple systems via SSH and shared keys. In its simplest form one can run one script on multiple systems returning and logging stdout and stderr for each system on demand.
The OpenCSW project is aimed in producing high-quality packages for production versions of Solaris. Making the build descriptions publicly available to reproduce the builds is essential for the project.
A flexible and powerful software packaging facility, OpenPKG eases installation and administration of Unix software across several platforms. It primarily targets the Unix platforms FreeBSD, Linux and Solaris, but is portable across mostly all modern U
GCC 4.3.2 OpenSolaris package.
Payload Delivery Vehicle (PDV) is a program that builds an executable that contains a complete package (e.g. and RPM, System V package or tar file) and the commands required to install it. When the executable is run it will extract and execute the payloa
SPMT is a set of tools providing : . Catalog management . Package installation and removal . RDBMS Backend Database . XML catalog . End user WEB based GUI . Sys admin command line UI . Security using signature, checksums and integrity control
Our goal is to create an actively supported and maintained set of tools and mirrors for Solaris, allowing automated \"get & install\" of up-to-date free software.