483 projects tagged "Operating Systems"

Download Website Updated 03 May 2005 Agnix

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Agnix is a small, educational operating system kernel for i386, supporting 32-bit protected memory mode, paging, hardware switched tasks, memory tests, PCI bus, devices, PCI IRQ routing, RT timers, network protocols. It is available with all the source code and is fully compatible with the Linux kernel API.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 Alfalinux

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Alfalinux is a Slackware-like Linux distribution on two floppy disks. It doesn't have any restrictive/reduced/remade system parts and contains all the required applications for disk operations, recovering, and networking.

Download Website Updated 18 Jul 2002 Alindis

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Alindis - A GNU/Linux Distribution is a comprehensive guide which leads the reader from zero to his/her own GNU/Linux distribution. In the course of the lecture, the reader will be able to reproduce the creation of the Alindis GNU/Linux distribution, the example implementation of the concepts shown there. The guide and the distribution together form the Alindis project.

Download Website Updated 04 Apr 2009 Aloofix

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Aloofix is conceptually similar to the Ubuntu JeOS (Just enough OS), but much more aggressive when it comes to the term "just enough". The build environment consists of a collection of Makefiles, scripts, and configuration files capable of creating a bootable ISO image. This ISO image contains a small set of scripts and utility programs for installing Aloofix on a primary hard drive in a VM environment. The build environment provides the raw materials for creating and provisioning a set of guest instances for VirtualBox, VMWare, and Qemu.

Download Website Updated 22 Aug 2003 Alpaca

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Alpaca is a multitasking operating system for Z-80 based arcade hardware. It has been designed to run on both Pac-Man and Pengo based arcade machines, but can easily be ported to other machines with similar architectures. It supports four concurrently running processes, task switching, simple inter-process messaging, semaphores, and a basic window-based graphical interface.

No download Website Updated 14 Jan 2010 Amahi Linux Home Server

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The Amahi Home Server is a Linux home server based on Fedora (and later on Ubuntu). Your machine becomes a "Home Digital Assistant" (HDA) after the installation. It provides a growing set of community packaged apps like an iTunes server, UPnP server, calendar server, a wiki, shared network storage, network backups, a printer server, VPN, and a plug-in architecture built on Ruby on Rails.

Download Website Updated 26 Dec 2003 Ankur

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Ankur is working toward supporting the Bangla (Bengali) language on the GNU/Linux operating system. Most of the subprojects are focused on XFree86.org's XServer, and some are platform independent.

No download Website Updated 30 Dec 2007 Annvix

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Annvix is a secure Linux server distribution. The goal is to provide an easy-to-use server distribution with high security features including a Linux kernel with AppArmor support, gcc with stack protection, and secure defaults for all services. It also includes unique features such as running all services under runit, and auditing tools such as rsec (msec's baby brother), aide, snort, and rkhunter. It uses apt-get (for RPM) for package management.

Download Website Updated 27 Sep 2002 Antomic

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Antomic is a Free operating system. It is a distribution of the GNU system and consists only of Free Software.

No download Website Updated 26 Jan 2013 Arch Linux

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Arch Linux is an i686-optimized Linux distribution. It is lightweight and contains the latest stable versions of software. Packages are in .tar.gz format and are tracked by a package manager that is designed to allow easy package upgrades. Arch is quite streamlined compared to some other distributions. Things that are relatively unused are not kept (info pages, for example). A default Arch install leaves you with a solid base; from there, you can add packages to create the custom installation you're looking for. Arch has a package build system that allows you to easily create your own packages, which makes it very easy to rebuild a package with your own custom configuration. Arch also aims to use the newer features available to Linux users, such as reiserfs/ext3 and devfs.

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Burp

A program that backs up and restores data.

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Hashrat

A command-line or HTTP CGI hashing utility.