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PUBLIC MARKS from jdrsantos with tags linux & open_source

August 2008

July 2008

Main Page - Openmoko

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Openmoko™, born as a Free Software project under GPL and LGPL license, is dedicated to delivering an open software stack on mobile platforms. Openmoko shipped its first product, the Neo 1973, on July 9 2007

June 2008

May 2008

ucsd-psystem-fs 1.6

The ucsd-psystem-fs package is composed of several utility programs which may be used to manipulate and mount UCSD p-Systems disk images.

ucsd-psystem-xc 0.0

The ucsd-psystem-xc package provides a Pascal cross compiler for producing UCSD p-System code files, and some other related tools.

March 2008

LMMS - Linux MultiMedia Studio

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LMMS aims to be a free alternative to popular (but commercial and closed- source) programs like FruityLoops/FL Studio, Cubase and Logic allowing you to produce music with your computer. This includes creation of loops, synthesizing and mixing sounds, arra

February 2008 - Home of the sK1 vector graphics editor and UniConvertor

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sK1 is an open source vector graphics editor similar to CorelDRAW, Adobe Illustrator, or Freehand. First of all sK1 is oriented for PostScript processing.

Home - GNOME Live!

by 1 other is a collaborative web space for GNOME developers.

Main Page - Partimage

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Partimage is a Linux utility which saves partitions having a supported filesystem to an image file. Most Linux and Windows filesystems are supported. The image file can be compressed with the gzip / bzip2 programs to save disk space, and they can be split

K3b - The CD Kreator

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K3b was created to be a feature-rich and easy to handle CD burning application.

January 2008


Welcome to FOSSwire, a blog about free and open source software. FOSSwire offers news, tutorials, and articles for the open-sourced individual and/or enterprise.

Parted Magic

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Parted Magic is a Linux LiveCD/USB/PXE with its elemental purpose being to partition hard drives.

Wine HQ

Wine is an Open Source implementation of the Windows API on top of X, OpenGL, and Unix. Think of Wine as a compatibility layer for running Windows programs. Wine does not require Microsoft Windows, as it is a completely free alternative implementation of