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slapt-get 0.9.11g by Jason Woodward
slapt-get is an APT-like system for Slackware package management.
slapt-get project allows you to search Slackware mirrors and third-party package sources (such as www.linuxpackages.net) for packages, compare them with installed packages, and install new packages or upgrade installed packages, al…
Gslapt 0.3.16 by Jason Woodward
This is a GTK version of slapt-get. Gslapt project requires slapt-get.
To build from source, you must have these packages installed:
OCSID 10.2 by Stefano Stabellini
OCSID is a Slackware based distro with Gnome, like the good old Slackware used to have.
First let's start with what OCSID is NOT:
is not yet another linux distro;
is not yet another fork;
is not born to divide the Community;
is not a closed development project.
So What OCSID really…
Mutagenix 188.8.131.52-2 by Mutagenix Team
Mutagenix (myoot'-a-jen-iks) -- n. : A dynamic and mutable variant of Linux; Any one of several LiveCDs based on Slackware and Linux-Live.
Mutagenix is built on Slackware Linux and Linux-Live LiveCD build scripts. Slapt-get is the foundation for the Mutagenix build system.
Here are some key featur…
SLAMPP Lite 2.0 by Kemas Yunus Antonius
SLAMPPLite is a linux live CD that will turn your personal computer to a simple home server.
What makes it different is that SLAMPPLite has smaller size that will fit into a 256 MB compact disk or usb stick. It contains only essential server applications like Apache, MySQL, ProFTPD, BIND, DHCPD,…
gpkg 0.4.1 by Marco Antonio Islas Cruz
gpkg is a visual way to manage packages on Slackware. gpkg has been developed with Python and PyGTK so you need Python and PyGTK to use it.
Here are some key features of "gpkg":
List all packages on your system
Let you make a search for a package
Install, upgrade and remove packages
College Linux 2.5 (Obi Wan) by CollegeLinux
The aim of this experimental Linux distribution is to provide to RKC students andto the student population at large an operating system which is easy to install and use and which provides an alternative to the traditional commercial operating systems ;) Why Slackware as a base?
As they themselves…
SLAMPP Live CD 1.1 by Kemas Yunus Antonius
SLAMPP is a generic linux distribution which can boot and run directly off CD-ROM and has possibility to be installed onto harddisk. SLAMPP Live CD is designed to be used as an instant home server.
Just like another linux live CD available at this moment, SLAMPP gives a linux newbie a chance to t…
SCLive 2.0 by David Cabanis
SCLive is a complete Linux-based SystemC Development Environment, which boots directly off a CD or USB memory stick, allowing you to use SystemC without having to install any software.
The SystemC Live-CD is under 128MB and can be burned to a CD, mini-CD (8 cm) or a USB key. You can boot your mac…
IlohaMail 0.8.14 RC3 by Ryo Chijiiwa
IlohaMail (pronounced: e-lo-ha-mail) is a light weight yet full featured multilingual webmail program that is easy to use and install.
It runs on a stock build of PHP, and does not require databases (although database support is available) or the IMAP library (it is powered by a custom IMAP/POP3…
pcm6cast 0.11 by Nicholas J Humfrey
pcm6cast is a raw PCM audio streaming broadcaster and client using RTP over IPv6 Multicast. It is free open source software released under the LGPL. Unlike VAT and RAT, which are designed primerily for audio conferencing, pcm6cast is designed to be used for audio distribution and broadcast.
Goobox 0.9.93 by Paolo Bacchilega
Goobox is a CD player and ripper.
Goobox is a CD player and ripper for the Gnome Desktop environment, it uses gstreamer to play and rip CDs and cddb-slave2 (distributed with gnome-media) to get and edit CD metadata such as track titles and album name.
PictoSniff 0.2 by Sebastien Bourdeauduc
PictoChat sniffer allows you to spy live on PictoChat communications between Nintendo DS gaming consoles.
Requires a 802.11 device with support for monitor mode and Radiotap (tested only under FreeBSD with the p54u driver). Based upon GTK2 and libpcap.
What's New in…
AllPeers Beta 0.50 by AllPeers Ltd.
AllPeers Beta allows you to organize and share your media files privately and securely.
AllPeers requires that you provide an email address for registration purposes which is stored on our central server.
RSpell 1.0 by Richard Jones
RSpell is a software library that can be linked to your program to provide spell checking routines.
RSpell project requires that you provide a list of acceptable words in a file, but will work with characters in UTF-8 or ASCII format.
Words can be added in real time, either for the current ses…
gnome-menu-editor 0.6 by Christian Neumair
gnome-menu-editor is a simple GNOME menu editor in its early stages.
Requires Gnome 2.11.x beta or CVS, it won't work with other versions.
libgnome-menu >= 2.11.1
libxml-2.0 >= 2.6.0
What's New in This Release:
Fix bug, thus enabling DND
Be angry with u…
SourceSafe for Unix 0.7 by Yuri D'Elia
SourceSafe for Unix (in short SSU) provides command-line access to local and remote Source Safe/VSS repositories through TCP.
SSU is divided into two components: a command-line Unix client and a windows-based server which runs on a machine with repository access. A single windows…
PulseAudio Preferences 0.9.5 by Lennart Poettering
PulseAudio Preferences in short paprefs, is a simple GTK based configuration dialog for the PulseAudio sound server
Please note that this program can only configure local servers, and requires that a special module module-gconf is loaded in the sound server. (Since PulseAudio 0.9.5 this modules i…
GNU Automake 1.10 by Gnu.org
Automake is a tool for automatically generating Makefiles compliant with the GNU Coding Standards.
Automake requires the use of GNU autoconf.
Automake is currently written in Perl, and requires a Perl interpreter on the developer's system. The resulting Makefile.in's do not r…
Simple Log 2.0.1 by Graham Lea
Simple Log is a small library that does logging very simply and requires you to do almost nothing (other than actually logging) to get log output to happen. Simple Log is much simpler to use than a logging framework, especially in terms of configuration.
It doesn't attempt to solve every logging…
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