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Minix - Operating System by Andrew S. Tanenbaum

  •    C

MINIX 3 is a free, open-source, operating system designed to be highly reliable, flexible, and secure. It is based on a tiny microkernel running in kernel mode with the rest of the operating system running as a collection of isolated, protected, processes in user mode.

Debian - The Universal Operating System

  •    C

Debian is a free operating system (OS) for your computer. An operating system is the set of basic programs and utilities that make your computer run. Debian provides more than a pure OS: it comes with over 29000 packages, precompiled software bundled up in a nice format for easy installation on your machine.

openSUSE - Linux for Open Minds

  •    C

The openSUSE project creates one of the world's best Linux distributions, working together in an open, transparent and friendly manner as part of the worldwide Free and Open Source Software community. It is aimed towards users and developers working on the desktop or server. It is great for beginners, experienced users and ultra geeks alike, in short, it is perfect for everybody. It comes with more than 1,000 open source applications.

CoreOS- Linux for Massive Server Deployments

  •    Go

CoreOS is just Linux kernel + systemd. This is not for desktop PCs or Laptops or Tablets. It is meant to run the hundreds of thousands of servers. It is based on Google Chrome, that automatically updates itself every few weeks. It supports built in service discovery and configuration sharing using the Raft distributed consensus algorithm. CoreOS is made for companies building platforms.




neofetch - 🖼️ A command-line system information tool written in bash 3.2+

  •    Shell

Neofetch is a command-line system information tool written in bash 3.2+. Neofetch displays information about your operating system, software and hardware in an aesthetic and visually pleasing way. The overall purpose of Neofetch is to be used in screen-shots of your system. Neofetch shows the information other people want to see. There are other tools available for proper system statistic/diagnostics.

anarchy-linux - Anarchy Linux - An Arch Based Distro

  •    Shell

A distribution aimed at bringing the Linux revolution to the world. Anarchy, quick, easy, and straight forward, "Keep it simple stupid". Anarchy Linux is an Arch-based distro providing a hassle-free pure installation and polished user experience. Bundled with the Anarchy ISO is a dialog installer that enables you to install from the CLI in semi graphical install mode. Simply boot up and type anarchy to invoke the installer script. Every aspect of the install is taken into account from partitioning and general system configuration, to installing your favorite DE/WM and additional software from the official Arch Linux repos.

Yocto Project - Create Custom Linux Distribution

  •    C

The Yocto Project is an open source collaboration project that provides templates, tools and methods to help you create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products regardless of the hardware architecture. It's a complete embedded Linux development environment with tools, metadata, and documentation - everything you need.

Akaros - Operating System for Multi Core Architectures

  •    C

Akaros is an operating system designed for many-core architectures and large-scale SMP systems. Its goal is to provide better support for parallel and high-performance applications.


Nachos - Instructional Operating System

  •    C

Nachos is instructional software for teaching undergraduate, and potentially graduate, level operating systems courses. The assignments illustrate and explore all areas of modern operating systems, including threads and concurrency, multiprogramming, system calls, virtual memory, software-loaded TLB's, file systems, network protocols, remote procedure call, and distributed systems.

Vinux - Linux for Visually Impaired Users

  •    C

Vinux is a remastered version of the Ubuntu Linux Distribution optimised for visually impaired users. It provides a screen-reader, full-screen magnification and support for Braille displays out of the box! It can be run from a Live CD without making any changes to your hard drive. If you like it you can install it to a USB pendrive or to your hard drive either alongside Windows using the Virtual Version, or as a complete replacement for windows.

Chakra - Desktop OS

  •    C

Chakra is a free, user-friendly and extremely powerful liveCD distribution based on the KDE Software Compilation. Chakra is by default a GTk free distribution specially made for run Qt based applications and frameworks at full performance. Its goal is to build an operating system that meets most requirements desktop users have today,

Geexbox - Embedded Linux Media Center Distribution

  •    C

GeeXboX is a free and Open Source Media-Center purposed Linux distribution for embedded devices and desktop computers. It provides you a ready-to-be-used, plug-and-play Media Center application that can play any kind of multimedia content (Audio, Videos, Photos …) from any location (CD, DVD, Bluray, HDD, USB, Samba, NFS, UPnP, SHOUTcast …). It has been designed to be fully controllable through either keyboard, mouse or a remote controller.

OpenInkpot - Linux Distribution for eBook Reading Devices

  •    C

OpenInkpot is a free and open-source Linux distribution for eBook reading devices, especially with e-Paper and other high-latency, bi-stable screens.

mkosi - Build Legacy-Free OS Images

  •    Python

A fancy wrapper around dnf --installroot, debootstrap, pacstrap and zypper that may generate disk images with a number of bells and whistles.

linux-steam-integration - Helper for enabling better Steam integration on Linux

  •    C

Linux Steam* Integration is a helper system to make the Steam Client and Steam games run better on Linux. In a nutshell, LSI automatically applies various workarounds to get games working, and fixes long standing bugs in both games and the client. This project, and by extension Solus, is not officially endorsed by, or affiliated with, Steam, or its parent company, Valve*.

linux-distro - Get current Linux distro

  •    Javascript

Get the current Linux distro

ghpages - quick script which deploys to gh-pages branch

  •    Shell

A small, personalized shell script which switches to gh-pages branch, runs npm run build, commits and pushes the new changes, and then switches back to your previous branch.This will check out gh-pages branch (creating it if necessary), merge master into it, npm run build, then commit and push the new build and switch back to master.

TigerOS - Fedora Remix maintained by the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Linux Users Group, targeted at users new to Linux and RIT students, faculty, and staff

  •    Ruby

From the directory where you cloned this repo run the commands below. You may need to preface it with sudo if you do not have root privileges. With a 3.40GHz dual core i3 CPU with hyperthreading enabled and 16GB of RAM, the build process after the initial build should take approximately 40 minutes to complete. The initial build time will vary based on specs.

distro - A much more elaborate, renewed alternative implementation for Python's platform

  •    Python

distro provides information about the OS distribution it runs on, such as a reliable machine-readable ID, or version information. It is the recommended replacement for Python's original platform.linux_distribution function (which will be removed in Python 3.8). It also provides much more functionality which isn't necessarily Python bound, like a command-line interface.

gnuxc - GNU OS Cross-Compiler

  •    Makefile

This project is a GNU operating system cross-compiler, named gnuxc for short, tailored to run on Fedora as the build system. It can create a free, portable, Hurd-based, desktop OS from scratch. Sysroot libraries and cross-tools: These are packaged into RPMs for the latest Fedora release. They provide a GNU Hurd cross-compiling environment on the build system, a standard base of software to run and link against when compiling software for the operating system itself. Their build files are located in specs and patches.