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Yaboot is a PowerPC bootloader for Open Firmware based machines including New World Apple Macintosh, IBM RS/6000, IBM pSeries and IBM OpenPower machines.
XFS combines advanced journaling technology with full 64-bit addressing and scalable structures and algorithms.
Xen is a virtual machine monitor for x86 that supports execution of multiple guest operating systems.
X.Org Foundation is the worldwide consortium empowered with the stewardship and collaborative development of the X Window System technology and standards.
The Linux USB project develops USB support for the Linux kernel.
USAGI Project -- Linux IPv6 Development Project
USAGI(UniverSAl playGround for Ipv6) Project works to deliver the production quality IPv6 and IPsec(for both IPv4 and IPv6) protocol stack for the Linux system, tightly collaborating with WIDE Project, KAME Project and TAHI Project.
TrouSerS is an open-source TCG software stack implementation.
TAHI Project
TAHI Project is the joint effort formed with the objective of developing and providing the verification technology for IPv6.
The SystemTap project aims to produce a Linux tool that lets application developers and system administrators take a deeper look into a running kernel.
sysfsutils: System Utilities Based on Sysfs
A set of utilities built upon sysfs, a new virtual filesystem in Linux kernel versions 2.5+ that exposes a system's device tree.
Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP)
The Linux Kernel Stream Control Transmission Protocol (lksctp) project is an implementation of the Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) in the Linux kernel.
strace prints out a trace of all the system calls made by a another process/program.
Software Test Automation Framework
The Software Testing Automation Framework (STAF) is an open source, multi-platform, multi-language framework designed around the idea of reusable components, called services.
Service and productivity tools for Linux on POWER systems
Hardware service diagnostic aids and productivity tools for IBM servers running Linux operating systems on Power4 and Power5 processors.
SBLIM (Standards Based Linux Instrumentation for Manageability)
SBLIM, the Standards Based Linux Instrumentation for Manageability, helps make GNU/Linux systems easier to manage. It does this by enabling GNU/Linux for WBEM (Web Based Enterprise Management), which is a set of standards defined by the DMTF and fostered by the WBEMsource initiative. This project is licensed under the Common Public License.
Samba is an Open Source/Free Software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients.
Realtime Linux Security Module
Linux Security Modules project provides a lightweight, general purpose framework for access control.
RAID and Data Protection Solutions for Linux
RAID, short for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks, is a method whereby information is spread across several disks, using techniques such as disk striping (RAID Level 0) and disk mirroring (RAID level 1) to achieve redundancy, lower latency and/or higher bandwidth for reading and/or writing, and recoverability from hard-disk crashes.
Postfix is a somewhat-sendmail-compatible mailer that attempts to be fast, easy to administer, and secure.
Performance Inspector
The Performance Inspector provides a mechanism to collect performance trace data in a convenient way. It provides a core set of hooks in the kernel to keep track of scheduling, interrupt, cpu, and other events.
PCI Hotplug for Linux
A patch to bring hot-plug ability to PCI peripherals to Linux.
OProfile is a system-wide profiler for Linux systems, capable of profiling all running code at low overhead.
OpenPrinting is a set of standards that will address the needs of desktop to enterprise-ready printing
Pegasus is an open-source implementation of the DMTF CIM and WBEM standards. It is designed to be portable and highly modular.
OpenLDAP Software is an open source implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. The suite includes utilities, tools, libraries, and sample clients.
The OpenI18N specification is a globalization specification for open source platforms.
OpenHPI is a project intended to provide an implementation of the SA Forum's Hardware Platform Interface.
OpenDX is a powerful package for the visualization of scientific, engineering and analytical data.
openCryptoki is a PKCS#11 implementation for Linux. It includes drivers and libraries to enable IBM cryptographic hardware as well as a software token for testing.
AFS is a distributed filesystem offering a client-server architecture for file sharing, providing location independence, scalability and transparent migration capabilities for data.
Open Object Rexx Team
Object REXX is an interpreted scripting language based on Programming Language REXX.
Open Linux VERification (OLVER)
The purpose of OLVER is to strengthen the Linux Standard Base (LSB) standard by clarifying its requirements through formal specifications and improving conformance and functional tests for LSB.
Open Cluster Framework Project
The purpose of this project is to define standard clustering APIs for some basic capabilities.
Development of NFS in the Linux kernel.
Netfilter simulation environment
The netfilter simulator provides a means to run netfilter code in userspace. This allows significantly easier debugging and testing of what would otherwise be kernel-bound code.
Native POSIX Thread Library
Effort to develop a standard Linux POSIX thread library.
Creates the Mozilla and Firefox web browsers, an e-mail client, and other software.
Mesa 3D Graphics Library
Mesa is a 3-D graphics library with an API that is very similar to that of OpenGL.
Memory Expansion Technology for Linux
Memory eXpansion Technology (MXT) is a hardware technology for compressing main memory contents.
LTC Linux Performance Team
Project to improve Linux kernel performance, with special emphasis on SMP scalability, by using open source workloads.
Linux Test Project
The latest revision of the Linux Test Project test suite contains more than 2,100 tests for Linux.
Linux Standard Base
Tasked to develop and promote a set of standards that will increase compatibility among Linux distributions and enable software applications to run on any compliant system.
Linux Screen Reader
The Linux Screen Reader (LSR) is an application that transforms the contents of the computer screen to other media, enabling non-visual access to the graphical Gnome desktop environment.
Linux orinoco wireless NIC driver
Linux orinoco driver supports a large number of wireless NICs based on the Prism 2 chipset.
Linux on System Z
Linux is an operating system whose kernel was developed by Linus Torvalds and initially distributed in 1991. Linux has evolved to become a widely accepted operating system with a wealth of applications. Today, many Linux distributions also contain a variety of tools and utilities provided by the open source community (e.g., from the GNU project). Linux is platform-independent and executes on many architectures, including Intel®, Alpha®, or Sparc®. Linux is Open Source software that may be downloaded free of charge.
Linux Memory Hotplug Support
Project to create hotplug memory for Linux.
Linux Kernel Crash Dumps
This project involves adding code to the Linux kernel to implement crash dumps for performing post-failure analysis of a kernel crash.
Linux Kernel
The primary site for the Linux kernel source and related information.
Linux Diagnostics Tools
Linux Diagnostic Tools project focuses on diagnostic tools, first failure data capture, error log analysis, preventative testing, and system inventory gathering.
Linux Channel Bonding
The Linux bonding driver provides network device aggregation, load balancing, and hot standby facilities.
Kernel Dynamic Probes (Kprobes) provides a lightweight interface for kernel modules to implant probes and register corresponding probe handlers.
Kdump is a kexec-based crash dumping mechanism for Linux.
Kernel Debugger (KDB)
KDB debugger is part of the linux kernel and provides a means of examining kernel memory and data structures while the system is operational.
Kernel Asynchronous I/O (AIO) Support for Linux
AIO enables even a single application thread to overlap I/O operations with other processing, by providing an interface for submitting one or more I/O requests in one system call (io_submit()) without waiting for completion, and a separate interface (io_getevents()) to reap completed I/O operations associated with a given completion group.
The IBM Toolbox for Java / JTOpen is the open source version of the IBM Toolbox for Java Licensed Program Product (LPP).
Jikes Research Virtual Machine (Jikes RVM)
The Jikes Research Virtual Machine (RVM) is designed to execute Java programs that are typically used in research on fundamental virtual machine design issues. It will provide academic and research communities with a flexible testbed to prototype new virtual machine technologies and experiment with different design alternatives.
Jikes is a compiler for Java. Jikes' most popular feature is the fast compile speed gained by built-in dependence analysis and incremental compilation, as well as being written in C++ rather than Java.
JFS for Linux
IBM's journaled file system technology, currently used in IBM enterprise servers, is designed for high-throughput server environments, key to running intranet and other high-performance e-business file servers. IBM is contributing this technology to the Linux open source community with the hope that some or all of it will be useful in bringing the best of journaling capabilities to the Linux operating system.
iterm is a platform-independent framework for making Internationalized Virtual Terminal Emulator. The OpenI18N specification is a globalization specification for open source platforms.
The Linux iSCSI driver acts as an iSCSI protocol initiator to transport SCSI requests and responses over an IP network between the client and an iSCSI-enabled target device such as a Cisco SN 5428-2 storage router.
Development effort to add the InfiniBand stack to the Linux kernel.
High Availability Linux (Linux-HA)
High Availability Linux project seeks to provide a high-availability (clustering) solution for Linux that promotes reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) through a community development effort.
GTK+ is a multiplatform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces.
GNU Debugger (GDB)
GNU Project debugger allows you to see what is going on "inside" another program while it executes. or what another program was doing at the moment it crashed.
GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection, includes front ends for C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada, as well as libraries for these languages.
GNU C Library (Glibc)
The GNU C library is used as the C library in the GNU system and most systems with the Linux kernel.
GNU Binutils
GNU Binutils are a collection of binary tools, including ld and as.
GCC extension for stack smashing protection
Applications written in C will be protected by the method that automatically inserts protection code into an application at compilation time.
File Hierarchy Standard
A set of requirements and guidelines for file and directory placement under UNIX-like operating systems.
A powerful protocol analyzer.
Enterprise Volume Management System
A plug-in architecture that allows for easy expansion and customization of various levels of volume management.
Enterprise Class Event Logging
An open-source, platform-independent event logging facility for Linux.
eCryptfs is a cryptographic filesystem that stacks on top of existing filesystems. It provides functionality similar to that of GnuPG, only the process of encrypting and decrypting the data is done transparently from the perspective of the application.
The e2fsprogs package provides file system utilities for use with ext2 and also supports the ext3 file system with journaling.
Direct Rendering Infrastructure (DRI)
DRI is a framework for allowing direct access to graphics hardware under the X Window System in a safe and efficient manner.
DHCPv6 is a stateful address autoconfiguration protocol for IPv6, a counterpart to IPv6 stateless address autoconfiguration protocol.
Device Mapper
Device Mapper is a component of the Linux kernel that supports logical volume management.
Cscope is a developer's tool for browsing source code.
Cprof is an enhanced performance profiler tool written in C++ for use with C/C++ programs under GNU/Linux.
Class-based Kernel Resource Management (CKRM)
The CKRM project seeks to develop Linux kernel mechanisms providing differentiated service to resources such as CPU time, memory pages, I/O and incoming network bandwith based on user-defined groups of tasks.
Carrier Grade Linux with OSDL
Linux optimized with the availability, scalability, and service response characteristics required by carrier-grade applications.
Bugzilla is server software designed to help you manage software development.
ATM on Linux
Drivers and tools to support ATM networking under Linux.
Home of the Apache Web server and several dozen related projects.
Anaconda is the installation program for Red Hat distributions.
AIX Toolbox for Linux Applications
AIX Toolbox for Linux Applications contains a collection of open source and GNU software built for AIX 5L for IBM pSeries systems and IBM RS/6000.
Abstract Machine Test Utility for Linux Common Criteria Certificate
Abstract Machine Test Utility (AMTU) is an administrative utility to check whether the underlying protection mechanism of the hardware are still being enforced.
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