The Pocket Linux Guide

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The Pocket Linux Guide is for anyone interested in learning the techniques of building a GNU/Linux system from source code. The guide is structured as a project that builds a small diskette-based GNU/Linux system called Pocket Linux.



Related Projects


Fpocket is a very fast open source protein pocket detection algorithm based on Voronoi tessellation. The platform is suited for the scientific community willing to develop new scoring functions and extract pocket descriptors on a large scale level.


This project is FreeSoftware for PocketBook e-ink bookreaders. It's aim is effective co-working between official PocketBook software developing and enthusiasts from OpenSource community.

camping - the 4k pocket full-of-gags web microframework

the 4k pocket full-of-gags web microframework

Pocket Tcl Environment (PTE)

The Pocket Tcl Environment (PTE) (quot;Pocket Tclquot;) aims to be a complete application environment for handheld devices running the GNU/Linux operating system. quot;Pocket Tclquot; is so called because it is written in the Tcl/Tk scripting language and widget toolkit.

CeGCC - Cross development for Pocket PC

CeGCC is a cross-development environment for creating Windows CE (Pocket PC) applications, from a Linux, Cygwin, or MacOS-X host PC.


The purpose of the SynCE project is to provide a means of communication with a Windows CE or Pocket PC device from a computer running Linux, *BSD or other unices.

Crosswords for handhelds

Implements the rules of Scrabble(tm) for handhelds like PalmOS and PocketPC, (Linux too). Easy to port to other platforms, supports multiple languages and multi-device play via IR or UDP. Not vaporware: one of's top 5 PalmOS apps


Command-line-driven multi-system emulator utilizing OpenGL and SDL.

kaptan - configuration manager in your pocket.

configuration manager in your pocket.

Statickml - App Engine and Static Maps API display KML in any webbrowser

Static KML Viewer for Google App Engine. This handler loads a KML file and displays the last 3 points using the maps static image API. It makes KML readable on machines with primative browsers, such as Pocket IE.