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The Linux Documentation Project: Linux Development Projects

Linux Documentation Project: Linux Development Projects

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This page lists some of the many Linux and Linux-related development projects. Don't forget to look at the Links page if you don't find what you are looking for here.

Linux Development Projects
Hardware Ports, Kernel/Device Drivers/Filesystems, Papers, Networking, Organizations and Groups, Linux and Free or Open Source Software, Research and Scientific Groups, Distributions, Benchmarks and Standards, Miscellaneous


Hardware Ports

Also have a look at Current ports of Linux OS, which lists current Linux hardware ports and includes lots of links to porting projects.


Kernel / Device Drivers / Filesystems


Papers


Networking


Organizations and Groups


Linux and Free or Open Source Software


Research and Scientific Groups


Distributions

  • LINNET, a Linux distribution idea to make it easy to build routers, terminal servers and Internet servers,
  • Project Andromeda, a MkLinux distibution project.
  • UltraPenguin 1.0, an Linux distribution for the UltraSPARC (based on Red Hat 4.2 for SPARC).
  • The Linux Router Project, a networking centric mini-distribution of Linux. LRP is small enough to fit on a single 1.44MB floppy disk, and makes building and maintaining routers, terminal servers, and typically embedded networking systems next to trivial.
  • hal91, a minimal Linux system installed on one floppy.
  • Stampede Linux.
  • Linux-Mandrake, a meta-distribution based on Red Hat Linux with KDE and other enhancements.
  • Trinux.
  • Monkey.
  • tomsrtbt, a Linux distribution on a single floppy disk.


Benchmarks and Standards


Miscellaneous




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