Kevux is an operating system based mainly on GNU operating programs and a Linux kernel, all compiled with uclibc instead of the more common glibc. It is not FHS or LSB compatible. Compared to other Linux distributions, Kevux is space efficient (making it suitable for USB disk operation) and difficult to hack into.
BG-Tiny Linux Bootdisk is a Linux bootdisk that does not use a ramdisk, so it will run on computers with very little RAM. It is basically a somewhat extended fork of Tiny Linux Bootdisk. It is based on Linux 2.4 series, uClibc, and BusyBox. It includes dosfsprogs, e2fsprogs, gpart, lilo, and ms-sys. Supported filesystems are ext2, ext3, iso9660, tmpfs, and vfat.
PyreRing is a test runner that executes scripts intended to act as individual test cases. By removing the administrative burden that often surrounds testing, the test author can focus on writing meaningful, direct, and useful test cases. As long as you wrap your test cases with a Unix shell or scripted language wrapper, it will be executed. It allows you to set a timeout value, send reports to email addresses, automatically organize your test cases with filesystem directories or suite files that you define, create automatic suites based on a predefined block in your test scripts, and capture standard out and standard error into a comprehensive log.
TigerCube is an operating system that offers an all-in-one communications platform (including an advanced phone system and email), network security (with a firewall, content filtering, and virtual private networking), file sharing, and a fully integrated backup solution under a single, unified environment. TigerCube is free to use for up to 5 users.
Phuzby will let you search your organisation's LDAP directory (such as Active Diretory, Novell eDirectory, or OpenLDAP) for the contact details of colleagues, customers, or suppliers. Phuzby can display a photo for each person, and can even read the telephone number out loud to help you dial it correctly. In fact, if your phone system supports TDMF tones, you can hold your handset near you PC's speaker and phuzby will dial the number for you.
NanoNAS is a Network Attached Storage (NAS) server operating system designed to transform a basic computer into a dedicated HTTP, SMB/CIFS, or AFP file server. It fits on a single floppy disk and is intended for use in any low-security environment or application that requires the simultaneous availability of large amounts of inexpensive networked storage.By design, it is a community workgroup server and does not support features such as user management, disk quotas, or the ability to join domains. However, it is very easy to set-up, to administer, and to use.
Tor-ramdisk is a uClibc-based micro Linux distribution whose only purpose is to host a Tor server in an environment that maximizes security and privacy. Tor is a network of virtual tunnels that allows people and groups to improve their privacy and security on the Internet. Security is enhanced in tor-ramdisk by employing a monolithically compiled GRSEC/PAX patched kernel and hardened system tools. Privacy is enhanced by turning off logging at all levels so that even the Tor operator only has access to minimal information. Finally, since everything runs in ephemeral memory, no information survives a reboot, except for the Tor configuration file and the private RSA key, which may be exported and imported by FTP or SSH.
CrossSync is a Web-based client/server configuration management platform. It provides a simple, easy to use, but powerful API platform for managing any number of heterogeneous Unix systems. Administrators can track configuration changes made anywhere across their network, simultaneously roll out new configurations to multiple servers, and restart services on many servers at once, even if they are running different operating systems. A light-weight agent application runs on each of the organization's servers to securely communicate with the CrossSync platform.