TridiaVNC is a fully supported, commercially enhanced release of AT&T's open source product, VNC. TridiaVNC provides cross-platform remote control functionality that allows a user to view and control a computing desktop from a wide variety of platforms-Windows, UNIX, or browser. TridiaVNC has a standardized installation, zlib compression, full documentation (User Guide, online help, FAQs, and knowledgebase), and both user and developer support.
Normally, only one process at a time can use the QUEUE target provided by netfilter, the Linux 2.4 firewalling subsystem. ipqmpd solves this problem by acting as a multiplexer between the QUEUE target and multiple processes. The package includes a compatibility library (libipqmpd) which makes porting from the netfilter-provided libipq easy.
MINIX is a free UNIX clone that is available with all the source code. Due to its small size, microkernel-based design, and ample documentation, it is well suited to people who want to run a UNIX-like system on their personal computer and learn about how such systems work inside. It is possible for a person unfamiliar with operating system internals to understand nearly the entire system after just a few months use and study.