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Haiku Depot

Haiku Depot is the native package manager for the Haiku operating system which was integrated into Haiku after its R1A4 release. Most applications on Haiku now run from their packages but are virtualised as virtual directories on the Be file system.

                                               

Vision (IRC)

Vision is an IRC client for BeOS. The vision is FOSS, and its source code is distributed and developed under the Mozilla Public license. The community is invited to participate in the project. Vision the main IRC application in haiku and IRC chan ...

                                               

KDE Applications

The KDE Applications Bundle is a set of applications and supporting libraries that are designed by the KDE community, primarily used on Linux based operating systems but mostly multiplatforms, and released on a common release schedule. Previously ...

                                               

Gwenview

Gwenview is an image viewer for Unix-like systems and is released as part of the KDE Applications bundle. The current maintainer is Aurelien Gateau. The word "Gwen" means "white" in the Breton language and is commonly used as a first name.

                                               

Kompare

Kompare is a graphical diff and merge tool targeting developers. It allows users to compare two different text files or two directories. It is part of KDE Applications and therefore primarily used on Linux and other Unix-like operating systems, a ...

                                               

Ωmega

The Omega interpreter is a strict pure functional programming interpreter similar to the Hugs Haskell interpreter. The syntax closely resembles that of Haskell but with important differences: Omega is strict Hugs is lazy. Allows writing of functi ...

                                               

Outline of MySQL

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to MySQL: In the MySQL "my structured query language" – the worlds second most widely used relational database management system RDBMS and most widely used open source DBMS. It ...

                                               

MySQL Enterprise

MySQL Enterprise is a subscription-based service produced by Oracle Corporation and targeted toward the commercial market. Oracles official support, training and certification focus on MySQL Enterprise. MySQL Enterprise contains MySQL Enterprise ...

                                               

NDB Cluster

NDB Cluster is the distributed database system underlying MySQL Cluster. It can be used independently of a MySQL Server with users accessing the Cluster via the NDB API. "NDB" stands for N etwork D ata b ase. From the point of view of MySQL clust ...

                                               

ContentTools

ContentTools is an open-source WYSIWYG editor for HTML content written in JavaScript/CoffeeScript by Anthony Blackshaw of Getme Limited. ContentTools editor allows text content, images, videos, tables and other content of the page to be edited, r ...

                                               

Ajax Animator

Ajax Animator is a free, web-based animation suite. Its development began in March 2006 by Antimatter15, then a sixth grader. Ajax Animator was originally intended to be a free replacement to Flash MX, but is now a general-purpose animation tool. ...

                                               

Ipe (software)

Ipe extensible drawing editor is a free vector graphics editor for creating figures in PDF or EPS format. It can be used for making small figures for inclusion into LaTeX documents as well as making multi-page PDF presentations. It is developed b ...

                                               

Tgif (program)

Tgif is an Xlib based interactive 2-D drawing tool under X11 on Linux and most UNIX platforms. It was developed since 1990 and is free software released under the QPL license.

                                               

Pdfrecycle

pdfrecycle is an open-source cross-platform tool to create a PDF file by composing pages from other PDF files. It can add PDF bookmarks and metadata, scale, rotate and crop pages and put multiple logical pages onto each physical sheet. pdfrecycle ...

                                               

QPDF

QPDF is a free command-line program that can convert one PDF file to another equivalent PDF file. It is capable of performing a variety of transformations such as linearization, encryption, and decryption of PDF files. It also has many options fo ...

                                               

LinHES

LinHES is a Linux distribution designed for use on Home Theater PCs. Before version 6, it was called KnoppMyth. The most recent release, for 64-bit machines only, is based on Arch Linux, though previous versions were based on Knoppix and Debian. ...

                                               

Lout (software)

Lout is a batch document formatter invented by Jeffrey H. Kingston. It reads a high-level description of a document similar in style to LaTeX and produces a PostScript file which can be printed on most printers. Plain text and PDF output are also ...

                                               

Vfs acl xattr

vfs_acl_xattr is an experimental VFS-module of Samba. It stores the ACLs of the NTFS file system ACL extended attributes EAS, in addition to storing them in Unix lists. This improves compatibility with Windows ACLs, because it allows you to store ...

                                               

List of open-source routing platforms

Open-source routing platforms may refer to: Zebra. (Зебра) OpenOSPFD. Quagga. (Квагга) OpenBGPD. Conventional routing daemons. (Обычные демоны маршрутизации) XORP. GoBGP. BIRD. (Птица) Babel. (Бабель) B.A.T.M.A.N. (Б. М. Т. А. А. Н) Optimized Lin ...

                                               

XORP

XORP is an open-source Internet Protocol routing software suite originally designed at the International Computer Science Institute in Berkeley, California. The name is derived from eXtensible Open Router Platform. It supports OSPF, BGP, RIP, PIM ...

                                               

FreeBSD Core Team

The FreeBSD Core Team would be the equivalent of a board of directors, if the FreeBSD Project were a company. The FreeBSD project run FreeBSD committers, or developers who have access to SVN commit. The core group exists to provide leadership and ...

                                               

FreeBSD Ports

The FreeBSD Ports collection is a package management system for the FreeBSD operating system, providing an easy and consistent way of installing software packages. As of February 2020, there are over 38487 ports available in the collection. It ha ...

                                               

FreeSBIE

FreeSBIE is a live CD, an operating system that is able to load directly from a bootable CD with no installation process or hard disk. It is based on the FreeBSD operating system. Its name is a pun on frisbee. Currently, FreeSBIE uses Xfce and Fl ...

                                               

GEOM

GEOM is the main storage framework for the FreeBSD operating system. It is available in FreeBSD 5.0 and later releases, and provides a standardized way to access storage layers. GEOM is modular and allows for geom modules to connect to the framew ...

                                               

NextBSD

NextBSD was an operating system initially based on the trunk version of FreeBSD as of August 2015. It is a fork of FreeBSD which implements new features developed on branches but not yet implemented in FreeBSD. As of 2019 the website seems defunc ...

                                               

OpenServer

Xinuos OpenServer, previously SCO UNIX and SCO Open Desktop, is a closed source computer operating system developed by Santa Cruz Operation, later acquired by SCO Group, and now owned by Xinuos. Early versions of OpenServer were based on UNIX Sys ...

                                               

PicoBSD

PicoBSD was a single-floppy disk version of FreeBSD, one of the BSD operating system descendants. In its different variations, PicoBSD allows one to have secure dial-up access, a small diskless router, or a dial-in server, all on one standard 1.4 ...

                                               

Portsnap

Portsnap is a system written by Colin Percival for secure distribution of compressed, digitally signed snapshots of the FreeBSD ports tree. The distribution follows the client–server model and uses the transport protocol HTTP. As of FreeBSD 6.0, ...

                                               

BackSlash Linux

BackSlash Linux is an Ubuntu and Debian-based operating system developed in India by Kumar Priyansh for AMD64 and Intel x64-based personal computers. It is based on free software and every release of the operating system is named after the charac ...

                                               

Boot File System

The Boot File System was used on UnixWare to store files necessary to its boot process. It does not support directories, and only a continuous distribution of files to make it easier to use the loader.

                                               

CLIP OS

CLIP OS is a Linux-based operating system created by ANSSI, the National Cybersecurity Agency of France. The aim is to produce a hardened operating system to secure sensitive information which meets the needs of the French Administration.

                                               

Developer Certificate of Origin

The Developer Certificate of Origin was introduced in 2004 by the Linux Foundation, to enhance the submission process for software used in the Linux kernel, shortly after the SCO–Linux disputes. IDK are often used as alternatives to the contribut ...

                                               

HTree

An HTree is a specialized tree data structure for directory indexing, similar to a B-tree. They are constant depth of either one or two levels, have a high fanout factor, use a hash of the filename, and do not require balancing. The HTree algorit ...

                                               

Linux for mobile devices

As can be learned from the article Linux range of use, Linux kernel-based operating systems are ubiquitously found on diverse hardware platforms. This article, Linux for mobile devices, is about the use of Linux kernel-based operating systems on ...

                                               

Linux Software Map

Linux Software Map is a standard text file format for describing Linux software. It also refers to the database constructed from these files. LSM is one of the standard methods for announcing a new software release for Linux.

                                               

LinuxPAE64

LinuxPAE64 is a port of linux kernel running in compatibility mode of x86-64 processor. This kernel is capable of loading i386 modules and device drivers and supports 64-bit linux applications in user mode.

                                               

List of Linux adopters

As local governments come under pressure from institutions such as the World Trade Organization and the International Intellectual Property Alliance, some have turned to Linux and other Free Software as an affordable, legal alternative to both pi ...

                                               

Uswsusp

uswsusp, abbreviated from userspace software suspend and stylized as µswsusp, is a set of userspace command-line utilities for Linux that act primarily as wrappers around the Linux kernel hibernation functionality and implement sleep mode, hibern ...

                                               

Mongrel (web server)

Mongrel is an open-source software HTTP library and web server written in Ruby by Zed Shaw. It is used to run Ruby web applications and presents a standard HTTP interface. This makes layering other servers in front of it possible using a web prox ...

                                               

Monkey HTTP Server

Monkey HTTP Server is an optimized web server for Linux. It is designed to achieve high performance under high loads by making the most of the Linux kernel in terms of specific system calls and optimization techniques. It is HTTP/1.1 compliant an ...

                                               

Roxen (web server)

Roxen is a free software web server produced by Roxen Internet Software, a company based in Linkoping, Sweden and named after the nearby lake Roxen. It is released under the GNU General Public License. Roxen originally appeared as Spinner in the ...

                                               

WEBrick

WEBrick is a Ruby library providing simple HTTP web servers. WEBrick was primarily written by Masayoshi Takahashi and Yuuzou Gotou, with contributions from other developers via the open-source model of software development. It uses basic access a ...

                                               

AdvanceCOMP

AdvanceCOMP is a set of cross-platform command line data compression tools. The utilities allow modifying an already-compressed file, with the intent of reducing the file-size by optimising the compressed representation. The AdvanceCOMP suite is ...

                                               

Lzip

lzip is a free, command-line tool for the compression of data, it employs the Lempel–Ziv–Markov chain algorithm with a user interface that is familiar to users of usual Unix compression tools, such as gzip and bzip2. As gzip and bzip2, concatenat ...

                                               

Rzip

rzip is a huge-scale data compression computer program designed around initial LZ77-style string matching on a 900 MB dictionary window, followed by bzip2-based Burrows–Wheeler transform and entropy coding on 900 kB output chunks.

                                               

Diff3

When two people have made changes to copies of the same file, diff3 can produce a merged output that contains both sets of changes together with warnings about conflicts. diff3 can merge three or more sets of changes to a file by merging two chan ...

                                               

Tkdiff

tkdiff is a graphical diff viewer based on the Tk framework. It is capable of inter-operating with source-control systems like CVS and Subversion to show the differences between the local copy and the repository version. Such a line-by-line compa ...

                                               

FVWM-Crystal

FVWM-Crystal is a theme framework for the FVWM window manager. It uses GUI tools to edit the look of windows, instead of the use of editing a text file in FVWM. It creates a desktop environment using FVWM as its window manager and main core. It h ...

                                               

FVWM95

FVWM95 is a window manager for the X Window System based on the popular FVWM 2 window manager. It is similar to the original FVWM, but is designed to closely resemble the look of Windows 95. FVWM95 was for a while a rather popular window Manager, ...

                                               

Lumina (desktop environment)

Lumina Desktop Environment, or simply Lumina, is a plugin-based desktop environment for Unix and Unix-like operating systems. It is designed specifically as a system interface for TrueOS, and systems derived from Berkeley Software Distribution in ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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