IronBox Linux is a Linux distribution based on Linux From Scratch and designed for usage in high security server environments. Its main goal is to ensure a stable and secure deploy where patching and system upgrades do not depend on security bugs, but on the task team schedules and the needed features of the system or the software it runs.
Grand Unified Builder (GUB) is a mini source-based distribution and packaging system. It cross-compiles several packages with their dependencies and assembles them into a single installation package. It currently supports GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows installation packages. All packages are fully relocatable and can be installed with user privileges. Plain Python classes are used to describe package build specifics. For reasonably well behaved packages, individual build specifications can stay very simple by extending the generic build specification classes. It was originally developed for turnkey building of all LilyPond binary installers.
Foresight Linux is a desktop operating system featuring an intuitive user interface and a showcase of the latest desktop software, giving users convenient and enjoyable access to their music, photos, videos, documents, and Internet resources. As a Linux distribution, Foresight sets itself apart by eliminating the need for the user to be familiar with Linux, combining a user-focused desktop environment on top of Conary. As the most technically innovative software management system available today, Conary ensures that users can efficiently search, install, and manage all the software on the Foresight system, including bringing in the latest features and fixes without waiting for a major release.
HotSpotEngine is a Web based software for the HotSpot Billing System and all-in-one hotspot management solutions. It supports wireless or wired networking. It is designed to run on a dedicated PC, and it is available as an installable CD image (ISO). It comes with a Linux-based OS and all required software included. Its main features include the ability to create randomly generated vouchers, prepaid user accounts with time limits or data limits, the ability to refill vouchers, and user sign-up via PayPal integration.
Lincom is a Linux distribution created by volunteers who devote part of their time making Lincom an easy-to-use operating system. Lincom does not brand or make distribution-specific any part of software included, therefore, it is easy to customize to the user's taste. Lincom is fully customizable and the compilation of software that Lincom uses to create its distribution is easily available with full documentation of what Lincom does in terms of branding or customization.
TOSS is a Linux distribution targeted especially at engineers and developers, while giving convenience and ease-of-use to laymen. It is a spin-off from Ubuntu. The core of Ubuntu has been retained with minimal changes, enabling users to retain its more popular and useful features, but providing a completely different look and feel. Despite the eye-candy offered with a variety of user-friendly interfaces, TOSS mainly targets student developers. It offers the user gcc-build-essential, OpenSSL, PHP, Java, gEda, xCircuit, KLogic, KTechlab, and a variety of other essential programs for engineering and application development.
Nightwing allows the creation of quickly deployed wireless networks without the need to make complicated configurations. With the implementation of a Mesh technology called B.A.T.M.A.N, Nightwing allows the extension of wireless networks with a simple way of adding devices that works with minimal human intervention. It has public and private connection interfaces, and the ability to filter content using OpenDNS. It is designed with security in mind, and has low hardware requirements.
haveged is a daemon that feeds the /dev/random pool on Linux using an adaptation of the HArdware Volatile Entropy Gathering and Expansion algorithm invented at IRISA. The implementation attempts to be self-tuning on a wide variety of hardware and includes runtime validation testing. The tarball uses the GNU build mechanism and includes a devel sub-package, self test targets, init system options, and spec file samples for building an RPM. haveged may be used independently of the /dev/random interface through the filesystem at the command line. haveged functionality may be incorporated directly into other components directly through the devel sub-package.