ChainSaw Linux ChainSaw Linux is a new cutting edge GNU/Linux based on the development kernels and a second version based on the stable kernels.
CRUX CRUX is a lightweight, i686-optimized Linux distribution targeted at experienced Linux users which is reflected in a simple tar.gz-based package system, BSD-style initscripts, and a relatively small collection of trimmed packages.
Trinux Ramdisk-based distribution. Boots from a single floppy. Contains precompiled versions of popular network security tools for port scanning, packet sniffing, vulnerability scanning, detection, monitoring, intrusion detection, and more. Provides support for
FreeBSD Briefly, FreeBSD is a UN*X-like operating system for the i386 and Alpha/AXP platforms based on U.C. Berkeley's 4.4BSD-Lite release, with some 4.4BSD-Lite2 enhancements. FreeBSD is used by many ISP's, companies, and people all over the world.
Comparison of Linux Distributions Comparison of Linux Distributions. The site compares the main Linux distributions in a simple table format. The comparison includes features such as price, support, documentation and packages included.
Finnix Linux Finnix was created as a system maintnence distribution. You can mount hard drives, set up network devices, repair filesystems, and pretty much do anything you can do with a regular distribution.
Rabid Squirrel Linux Unix 98 compatibility, Glibc 2.1, RPM incompatible, no pluggable authentication modules.
Linux for S/390 Linux brings the power of Open Source Unix tools to the S/390 mainframe. All the current versions of standard Unix services may run in a Linux partition gaining the advantages of mainframe hardware.
MKLinux MkLinux takes advantage of the Mach Kernel abstraction to run on HPPA, Intel, and PowerPC. Runs on almost all Macintoshes, with new support added every week. MkLinux is based on Red Hat with a new kernel for more hardware support.
Red Hat Well known as a stable and robust operating system, Red Hat Linux is flexible enough for almost any computing need from a simple workstation to server. Available for Intel, Compaq Alpha and Sun SPARC platforms.
Stampede GNU/Linux A high performance distribution which seeks to focus on stability and compatibility. Hardware-optimized ports are currently available for i586 (compatible) and Alpha processors. Ideal for nearly any environment.
Debian GNU/Linux Debian is a distribution that carries on the traditions of the kernel that gave it life. Debian comes with over 3900 packages - all of it free - all of it maintained by volunteers - none of it with a commercial agenda.
Progeny Linux Based on Debian Linux; easy to install and maintain. Progeny combines Debian's mature system administration with a much improved installer to create a low-maintenance distribution that's suitable for enterprise deployment.
SmoothWall SmoothWall is a secure operating system that converts a redundant PC, workstation, fileserver, rackmount device into a firewall and VPN gateway, but goes way beyond that. Need a reliable Internet gateway? Here is everything you need.
Turbolinux Multiple-platform installation gives developers testing options. Good distribution for developers or users who need strong Japanese language support, but other desktop distributions are easier to install and use.
Caldera OpenLinux A 32-bit, proven, tested, stable and supported Linux-based operating system and business solution that is easy-to-use, self-hosted and includes the full Linux source code - with matching binaries - and integrated programs and tools.
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