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Fedora is a free operating system that offers the best combination of stable and cutting-edge software that exists in the free software world.
The openSUSE project is a community program sponsored by Novell. Promoting the use of Linux everywhere, openSUSE.org provides free, easy access to the world's most usable Linux distribution, openSUSE. The openSUSE project gives Linux developers and enthusiasts everything they need to get started with Linux.
Mandriva Linux is a community-based Linux distribution, suitable for a wide range of solutions: from clustering to servers, firewalls and - most commonly - desktops. Mandriva Linux has a long history of open development, especially via the "Cooker", a fluid distribution that resembles a stable release for a few weeks every six months.
ALT Linux is a set of Linux distributions that are based on Sisyphus, an APT-enabled RPM package repository that aims to achieve feature completeness, usability, and security in a sensible and manageable mixture.
Mageia is a fork of Mandriva Linux, supported by a not-for-profit organisation of recognized and elected contributors. Further than just delivering a free, secure, stable and sustainable operating system, the goal is to set up a stable and trustable governance to direct collaborative projects. ... [More]
Russian Fedora – это русскоязычное сообщество Fedora. * Мы собираем и поддерживаем пакеты в рамках Fedora, которыми потом пользуются люди по всему миру. Это наши пять копеек в ... [More]
This project implements server engine initially developed for git.alt, including management of git repositories, building of packages and access control management.
Ark Linux is a Linux distribution for everyone - designed to be easy to install and learn for users without prior Linux (or computer) experience, while powerful enough for longtime Linux users. Ark Linux is based on KDE desktop environment.
Tanzanite is an interface for RubyGems and DebPack. It makes it extremely easy to maintain multiple versions of a program, and most importantly, have a RubyGem use a Debian package as a dependancy. This way a gem and a Debian package can both require the Ruby-GTK bindings, and the user only has to ... [More]