Projects / UPMS


UPMS (Universal Package Managment System) is based on the BSD ports system, and can be used on any FHS 2.0 Linux-compatible distribution. UPMS has two level of dependencies checking: required and suggested. It also has an option to optimize everything that you build and install with it for your architecture.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  14 Jul 2003 19:11

    Release Notes: The problems with GCC 3.2.2 have been fixed; this release can be used on Slackware 9.0. Ports-0.1.3 has been added. A lot of changes have been made, but dependencies are temporarily removed; they will be in the next 0.2.x version of ports.

    •  07 Oct 2002 15:01

      Release Notes: This release adds some code cleanup, a fix for a bug related to the dependencies routine, and partially-added searching in the database. The ports tree has been updated to 0.2.1.

      •  20 Aug 2002 06:33

        Release Notes: The dependencies routine was fixed, some bugs were cleaned up, and spelling errors were corrected.

        •  08 Aug 2002 20:43

          Release Notes: Dependencies checking and the download sequence have been fixed.

          Recent comments

          22 Aug 2002 06:09 ep98

          Alpha stage, completed
          In the beginning we start UPMS as part of our project for Operating system, cos the development of this OS is freezed during the summer season, we released UPMS as standalone package manager. It's very usefull on Linux distributions like Slackware for example, at the moment this distro dont have cool package managment like Debian Apt,Dpkg.

          UPMS have fully added and supported dependencies, sepparated in two level, important and suggested.

          UPMS have also cleaned build script(include for the deps). Update between old version and new, is maded with .diff files released by the projects(installed software) author.


          Project Spotlight


          A Fluent OpenStack client API for Java.


          Project Spotlight

          TurnKey TWiki Appliance

          A TWiki appliance that is easy to use and lightweight.