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  1. ALinux is an odd bird.
  2. Alinux is a keeper.
  3. Alinux is a terrific operating system.
  4. Alinux is the ONLY distro you can install and then play media like you can on windows Xp.


  1. Adamantix is a Debian -based, security-focused Linux distribution (formerly named Trusted Debian).
  2. Adamantix is a Debian -based, security-focused Linux distribution.
  3. Adamantix is a Debian based Linux distribution which has PaX enabled by default in the kernel.
  4. Adamantix is a Debian based Linux distribution which has PaX enabled by default. (Web site)
  5. Adamantix is a Debian based distribution providing native RSBAC support.


  1. AGNULA is a Linux live-cd distribution (boots from cd without installing). (Web site)
  2. AGNULA is a collaborative project.
  3. AGNULA is a consortium of several European universities, the Red Hat Linux company and the Free Software Foundation. (Web site)
  4. AGNULA is a good distro for musical first timers these days.
  5. AGNULA is a load of bollocks.


  1. AirSnort is a Linux utility (using GTK+ ) for decrypting WEP encryption on an 802.11b network.
  2. AirSnort is a Linux utility (using GTK+) for decrypting WEP encryption on an 802. (Web site)
  3. AirSnort is a passive. (Web site)
  4. AirSnort is a wireless LAN (WLAN) tool that recovers encryption keys.
  5. AirSnort is a wireless LAN (WLAN) tool which cracks encryption keys on 802.11b WEP networks. (Web site)


  1. Alsamixer is a semi-graphic equaliser for your volume controlls.

Amber Linux

  1. Amber Linux: A Debian-based distribution tailored specifically to the needs of Latvian users. (Web site)

Anaconda Installer

  1. The Anaconda installer is a real beast.
  2. The custom install class changes the steps in the Anaconda installer.
  3. MoLinux 1.0 - a new Spanish distribution based on Progeny Debian with the Anaconda installer.


  1. APT-RPM is a port of APT for Linux distributions using rpm.
  2. APT-RPM is a port of Debian's apt tools to a RPM based distribution. (Web site)
  3. Apt-RPM is a command line interface and a good solution for Fedora workstations users with technical expertise.

Ari Lemmke

  1. Ari Lemmke (born December 12, 1963) is the person who gave Linux its name. (Web site)
  2. The first Linux newsgroup, comp.os.linux, is proposed and started by Ari Lemmke.
  3. Wie der Zufall so wollte, meldete sich Ari Lemmke bei Linus und weist ihn auf die GNU libc.a hin.


  1. Asianux is a Linux distribution .
  2. Asianux is a Linux server operating system which is co-developed by Chinese Leading Linux vendor Red Flag Software Co., Ltd. (Web site)
  3. Asianux is a completely new software business project from Asia, based on the concepts of "Common", "Collaboration" and "Contribution".
  4. Asianux is a joint collaborative project by Japan's Miracle Linux and China's Red Flag Linux. (Web site)
  5. Asianux is a project that aims to develop the Asia Standard Linux OS (Operating System).


  1. ASPLinux - a Russian Fedora based distribution which includes its own installer.
  2. ASPLinux is a "100% Red Hat-compatible" distribution out of Singapore. (Web site)
  3. ASPLinux is a Red Hat Linux Red Hat Linux is a Linux distribution, which was one of the most popular.
  4. ASPLinux is a Russian Fedora based distribution which includes its own installer.
  5. ASPLinux is a Russian distribution from a multi-national company based in Singapore. (Web site)


  1. Aurox is a Polish (don't mistake it with polished) Linux distribution, originally based on RedHat Linux and now on Fedora.
  2. Aurox is a Polish distribution based on Fedora Core.
  3. Aurox is a Polish-coordinated linux distribution based on Fedora core.
  4. Aurox is a complete linux distribution on 4CD with instruction of installation.
  5. Aurox is a complete linux distribution on DVD with instruction of installation.


  1. Beatrix is a very nicely thought out product.
  2. Beatrix is a nice smooth little Distro too. (Web site)
  3. BeatrIX is a functional, easy to use and easy to set up desktop system for the average user.

Beatrix Linux

  1. BeatrIX Linux is a 180-meg live-CD featuring kernel 2.6.7 and 2.4.27, Gnome 2.6, Evolution 1.4, Firefox, Open Office and more. (Web site)
  2. BeatrIX Linux is a 180-megabyte live CD that is also installable to hard drive. (Web site)
  3. BeatrIX Linux is a compact (less than 200MB) live CD based on Ubuntu Linux.
  4. BeatrIX Linux is a free, compact (Less than 200 megabytes), operating system aimed at both office and home users. (Web site)
  5. BeatrIX Linux is a whoping 183mb, yet it seemed to have the less to offer. (Web site)

Berry Linux

  1. Berry Linux - a medium-sized Fedora based distribution that provides support for Japanese and English. (Web site)
  2. Berry Linux is a Live CD with automatic hardware detection featuring many of the latest desktop Linux technologies.
  3. Berry Linux is a LiveCD distribution which is based on Fedora and Knoppix. (Web site)
  4. Berry Linux is a LiveCD that is also installable to ones computer as well.
  5. Berry Linux is a bootable CD Linux, automatic hardware detection. (Web site)

Beyond Linux From Scratch

  1. Beyond Linux From Scratch (BLFS) is a project with the aim of assisting LFS users to go beyond the base system. (Web site)
  2. Hedinux is an independently developed distribution inspired by the Linux From Scratch and Beyond Linux From Scratch books.

Blag Linux And Gnu

  1. BLAG Linux And GNU is a Linux distribution that has a suite of graphics, Internet, audio, video, office, and peer-to-peer file sharing applications. (Web site)
  2. BLAG Linux and GNU is a UK-based project developed by Jeff Moe.
  3. BLAG Linux and GNU - a stripped down 1-CD Fedora with Debian 's apt system. (Web site)

Bonzai Linux

  1. Bonzai Linux - A desktop-oriented distribution that fits on a CD. ISO download and documentation available. (Web site)
  2. Bonzai Linux is a distribution designed to fit on a Mini CD. It's based on Debian and offers the latest version of the popular KDE. (Web site)
  3. Bonzai Linux is a mini-distribution based on Debian 3.0 (woody).
  4. Bonzai Linux was formerly known as MiniWoody.


  1. BootX is a graphical bootloader that allows Linux to boot after the Mac OS is running. (Web site)
  2. BootX is a bootloader for oldworld Macintoshes.
  3. BootX is a Linux bootloader for the MacOS. It is designed for older PowerMacs and Mac-clone machines.

Brave Gnu World

  1. Brave GNU World was an online column on computer software featuring interesting GNU projects each month. (Web site)
  2. "Welcome to another issue of the Brave GNU World. (Web site)
  3. The 11th issue of the "Brave GNU World" column is online now.

Bug Squashing Party

  1. A bug squashing party is a time in which many get together on IRC or in person (e.g.
  2. Debian Bug Squashing party hosted by credativ | credativ ltd.
  3. Frank Lichtenheld reported about the bug squashing Party last weekend.

Carrier Grade Linux

  1. Carrier Grade Linux is a flavor of Linux targeted for.
  2. Carrier Grade Linux is a new category of Linux that is more robust than the garden-variety enterprise Linux.
  3. Carrier Grade Linux is a new flavor of Linux that is more robust than the garden-variety enterprise Linux.
  4. Carrier Grade Linux is a new, more robust and fault-resilient version of Linux that incorporates an open architecture platform. (Web site)
  5. Carrier Grade Linux is a new, more robust and fault-resilient version of Linux(R) that incorporates an open architecture platform.


  1. CFQ is a system which reduces stress and promotes.
  2. CFQ is a modern.
  3. CFQ is a fine smart scheduler.


  1. A cloop is a collection of chicken coops. (Web site)
  2. A cloop is a loop (or repeatedly called or used sections of code)of a computer program written it the "C" language. (Web site)
  3. A cloop is a small sail that used to be hoisted on the old tea clippers when nearly becalmed. (Web site)
  4. A cloop is like glue, as in being a third or fifth wheel, but hanging around anyway. (Web site)
  5. Cloop - A public pool that has a negative reputation for cleanliness. (Web site)


  1. ClusterKnoppix is a modified Knoppix distribution that uses the OpenMosix kernel.
  2. ClusterKnoppix is a modified Knoppix distro using the OpenMosix kernel. (Web site)
  3. ClusterKnoppix is a basically a modified Knoppix with the openMosix kernel.


  1. CodeFest is a 2 day event where coders from around the globe work together to achieve a common goal.
  2. CodeFest is a two-day event where coders from around the globe work together to achieve a common goal.

Corel Linux

  1. Corel LINUX is a user-friendly Linux OS that brings a wide range of mainstream productivity and graphics applications to the Linux desktop.
  2. Corel Linux is a very good choice for a desktop as well as low-to-medium servers. (Web site)
  3. Corel Linux is a Linux distribution built on Debian. (Web site)

Coyote Linux

  1. Coyote Linux is a single floppy distribution of Linux that is designed for the sole purpose of sharing an Internet connection. (Web site)
  2. Coyote Linux is a product that undergoes continuously development, with several new releases each year. (Web site)
  3. Coyote Linux is a bootable single floppy Linux distribution aimed at setting up basic Internet network services. (Web site)


  1. CRUX is a DIY distribution as someone said on ML. There is noone to blame if you've done wrong. (Web site)
  2. CRUX is a Linux distribution that I primarily made to fit my needs and have some fun at the same time. (Web site)
  3. CRUX is a LinuxDistribution aimed at experienced users who know what they're doing. (Web site)
  4. CRUX is a free distribution developed and maintained by Per Lid-n.
  5. CRUX is a lightweight i686-optimized Linux distribution mainly designed for experienced Linux users. (Web site)


  1. Debian-Installer is a program for installing Linux distributions. (Web site)
  2. Debian-installer is a new Debian system- install program that is currently under development.

Debian Manifesto

  1. Debian Manifesto is the original defining document of the Debian Linux distribution.
  2. The Debian Manifesto is the original defining document of the Debian Linux Distribution. (Web site)


  1. DemoLINUX is a LINUX release from France. (Web site)
  2. DemoLINUX is a complete LINUX implementation that is booted directly from a CD-ROM disk. (Web site)
  3. DemoLinux is a Debian based release.
  4. DemoLinux is a bootable CD-Rom in the style of Live CDs.
  5. DemoLinux is a cool project.


  1. DeMuDi is a Debian based distribution with a multi-media focus. (Web site)
  2. DeMuDi is a debian based Linux distribution optimized for audio processing. (Web site)
  3. DeMuDi is a dedicated music distro based on Debian.
  4. DeMuDi is a specialised Debian-based distribution optimised for audio work (from Germany). (Web site)
  5. DeMuDi is an effort to overcome this dilemma by providing a customized distribution specifically for this kind of user. (Web site)

Devil Linux

  1. Devil Linux: A stripped down floppy-bootable distribution designed for server use.
  2. Devil Linux's goal is to have a small, customizable and secure Linux distribition. (Web site)
  3. Devil Linux: Devil-Linux is a CD-based Linux distribution for firewalls and routers. (Web site)

Direct Rendering Manager

  1. The Direct Rendering Manager is a Linux kernel module that gives direct hardware access to DRI clients.
  2. The current Direct Rendering Manager Linux kernel module is available at (Web site)
  3. The DRM (Direct Rendering Manager) is an enhancement to Xorg that adds 3D acceleration for cards by adding the kernel module necessary for direct rendering. (Web site)


  1. DirectFB is a Linux API for graphics, video mixing, and display window. (Web site)
  2. DirectFB is a complete hardware abstraction layer with software fallbacks for every graphics operation that is not supported by the underlying hardware.
  3. DirectFB is a graphics library that uses the Linux Framebuffer device. (Web site)
  4. DirectFB is a graphics library which was designed with embedded systems in mind. (Web site)
  5. DirectFB is a thin library that provides developers with hardware graphics acceleration. (Web site)


  1. Dnotify is a simple program that makes it possible to execute a command every time the contents of a specific directory change in linux. (Web site)


  1. DSLinux is a Linux port for the Nintendo DS game console. (Web site)
  2. DSLinux is a community project to bring uCLinux to the NDS platform.
  3. DSLinux is a port of Linux to the DS. See .
  4. DSLinux is a port of Linux to the Nintendo DS game console. (Web site)
  5. DSLinux is a port of Linux to the Nintendo DS handheld device. (Web site)

Early User Space

  1. It is intended for early user space (see also below), when the Linux kernel has been booted but no filesystem has been found on disk yet.
  2. Early user space (or "INITRAMFS" for inital RAM filesystem) is a replacement for initial ram disk (initrd) in the 2.6 kernel series.
  3. Early user space also supports a slimmed down C library - klibc - to allow the construction of more sophisticated init applications.


  1. Ecasound - The Sonic Spot Ecasound is a Linux software package designed for multitrack audio processing. (Web site)
  2. Ecasound is a Linux software package designed for multitrack audio processing. (Web site)
  3. Ecasound is a command-line audio processor, making it ideal for scripting repetitive tasks.
  4. Ecasound is a command-line tool capable of multitrack recording and more.
  5. Ecasound is a command-line tool, but several GUI scripts are available. (Web site)


  1. EduLinux is a Chilean Linux distribution, developed by that country's Ministry of Education, with the goal of deployed it in schools around Chile.
  2. EduLinux is a Linux distribution intended for an office and educational use.
  3. EduLinux is a complete ready-to-use package, including an operating system and a lot of software particularly suited for students of all ages. (Web site)
  4. EduLinux is a specialized distribution for education and office use that is based on Mandriva. (Web site)
  5. EduLinux was evaluated in 25 establishments during 2004, according to El Mercurio. (Web site)


  1. Eggcups is a number of printing-related things, rolled into one big happy fun ball.
  2. Eggcups was my main motivation to go to FC4. I tried deleting and reinstalling cups when I was running FC3 - not a fix.
  3. Systems missing eggcups command.


  1. EvilEntity is a full "Windows replacement" for home computers.


  1. EVMS is a GUI and a TUI that allows users to manage ALL locally attached disks.
  2. EVMS is a great tool to manage logical filesystem volumes. (Web site)
  3. EVMS is a logical volume manager, like LVM (which is already in the kernel). (Web site)
  4. EVMS is a proven solution that meets this requirement.
  5. EVMS is a software layer inserted between the kernel and the system hardware to allow more flexible system management.

Extended File System

  1. It was initially designed as a replacement for the extended file system. (Web site)
  2. These filesystems, called ``Extended File System'' (Ext fs) and ``Second Extended File System'' (Ext2 fs) raise the limitations and add new features. (Web site)
  3. As a response to these problems, two new filesytems were released in Alpha version in January 1993: the Xia filesystem and the Second Extended File System. (Web site)

Familiar Linux

  1. Familiar Linux is a complete operating system with many applications.
  2. Familiar Linux is a distribution of Linux for iPaqs and some other PDAs. (Web site)
  3. Familiar Linux is a replacement for Windows CE on iPAQ machines and other personal digital assistants (PDAs) .
  4. Familiar Linux is based on package feeds.
  5. Familiar linux is a distro for IPaq and the like.

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