RSS 231 projects tagged "Software Distribution Tools"

No download Website Updated 23 Dec 2005 PiSi

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PiSi is a modern package manager for UNIX systems. It has been designed to meet the requirements of the Pardus Linux distribution, and it is not derived from any other package manager. It is efficient and small. Package sources are written in XML and Python. Fast database access is implemented with Berkeley DB. It integrates both low-level and high-level package operations. Sources can be maintained easily through a version control system as original sources do not have to be copied. It uses a framework approach to build applications and tools upon. It has both a comprehensive CLI and a user-friendly Qt-based GUI.

Download Website Updated 20 Apr 2013 LPMtool

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LPMtool aims to be a complete package management and software distribution solution. It includes basic command line and PyGTK-based utilities for installing and removing packages, as well as tools to publish Web-based package repositories that use a GPG-based web-of-trust security model.

Download Website Updated 20 Apr 2006 ROROX

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ROROX (Ruby On Rails On XAMPP) is a package that provides Ruby, Rails plus dependencies and other gems, the Apache SCGI module, and rails_scgi for an existing XAMPP installation. It aims to get close to being a "one-click" installer for Linux a la Locomotive or Instant Rails.

Download Website Updated 27 Jan 2006 SrcControl

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SrcControl is a new form of package management system. It doesn't have a centralized package repository and packages don't have the actual data for the program it installs. What a package, or "source package", contains is information required to locate and properly download, extract, configure, compile, and install the newest version from the Internet. The whole point is to create an 'add-on' package management system supported by any Linux/Unix distribution. Programs that aren't supplied by a distribution can be easily installed without users having to figure out how to compile the program on their own.

No download Website Updated 06 Feb 2006 footprint

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footprint is a tool that makes it easier to create and manage kickstart files. It allows you to define systems, create profiles for systems, and macros per distribution. It can create kickstart files on the fly, make custom initrd (ramdisks), create custom bootfloppies, and can manage your DHCP and PXE configuration.

Download Website Updated 13 Mar 2009 RPM::Specfile

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RPM::Specfile is a simple Perl module for the creation of RPM Spec files. It includes cpanflute2, a tool for automatic creation of RPM packages from Perl module tarballs (the successor to cpanflute).

Download Website Updated 18 Sep 2007 Japt-Proxy

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Pop 41.42
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Japt-Proxy is a fast and reliable caching proxy for Debian's APT system. It is intended for environments where several Debian systems have to be kept up-to-date and downloading the same files over and over again from the Debian mirrors is undesirable. Even with high volume internet connections, it can dramatically reduce the time required to install or update Debian on many machines.

Download Website Updated 26 Feb 2007 Nwu

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Nwu is a network-wide update system for systems that use APT for software installation and upgrades. It allows an administrator to keep all Linux nodes in a network updated using a simple CLI tool. The deployment relies on deb packages and is very simple.

Download Website Updated 19 Mar 2006 PyRoe

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PyRoe links a Python script with its helper libraries into a self-contained Python executable called a PyRoe capsule.

No download Website Updated 19 Oct 2007 Virtual Appliances

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Virtual Appliances are nano-sized virtual machines for deploying instant infrastructure and applications. They are Ubuntu Server Edition 8.04 based and available for VMware, QEMU, KVM, Parallels, Xen, Virtual Iron, Virtural PC, and Virtual Server. Available Virtual Appliances are a LAMP Server, LAPP Server, Apache Tomcat Server, and Cacti Virtual Appliance. These are the smallest, most functional, and easiest to use Virtual Appliances available. They are certified for use on VMware and Parallels.

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flashrd

An OpenBSD flash read-only installer.

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TurnKey Ruby On Rails Appliance

A Ruby on Rails appliance that is easy to use and lightweight.