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“Community Choice” Project of the Month Vote – July 2019

Vie, 05/24/2019 - 06:19

The vote for July 2019 Community Choice SourceForge Project of the Month is now available, and will run until June 15, 2019 12:00 UTC. To cast your vote, please visit the link above. Votes left in the comments section of this blog post will not be counted.


Paintbrush

Paintbrush is a Cocoa-based paint program for Mac OS X, similar to Microsoft Paint and MacPaint.
[ Download Paintbrush ]


MakuluLinux

Makulu ( Pronounced: Ma-Coo-Loo ) is a African Zulu word for “Figure of Authority”. Like Big Chief, Big Momma, Big Daddy… Makulu Develops Linux distributions and Tools with unconventional and outside of the box thinking. Our Team is small but dedicated to producing excellence above all else. We firmly believe that Linux should not only be stable, but should also reflect the times in terms of ease of use and beauty. Thus you will find that Makulu Distro builds are always stunning out of the box and also feature packed. Unlike many other Distro developers out there, We don’t simply download a Ubuntu, mint or Debian iso and slap some themes on and out comes a release. We have our own Base that we spent nearly 2 years developing. We hope your time with Makulu is an enjoyable one, and please remember that should you need assistance, guidance or want to provide feedback, you can do so Via the Forums or even pop into our live Chat room. We always like hearing from users.
[ Download MakuluLinux ]


Laragon

Laragon makes coding more fun and easier. Instant setup – extremely fast, lightweight, intuitive, and powerful universal development environment for creating modern apps with many stacks: Ruby on Rails, Laravel, Django, Flask, MEAN and Spring Boot. Portable, reliable and Zero operation on MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Memcached, Redis, PHP, Ruby, Python, Node.js and Java.
[ Download Laragon ]


Resurrection Remix Pie

[ Download Resurrection Remix Pie ]


plantuml

PlantUml allows to quickly create some UML diagram using a simple textual description language.
[ Download plantuml ]


OfficeFloor

OfficeFloor provides true inversion of control, with its: – dependency injection – continuation injection – thread injection For more information visit the OfficeFloor web site ( http://officefloor.net )
[ Download OfficeFloor ]


x64dbg

An open-source x64/x32 debugger for windows. Development is done on GitHub (https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg). Daily snapshots are uploaded here, snapshots for every commit can be found on http://releases.x64dbg.com
[ Download x64dbg ]


OrangeFox

Fork of TeamWinRecoveryProject(TWRP) with many additional functions, redesign and more
[ Download OrangeFox ]


Linux Diagnostic Tools

Project’s goal is to create better tools for diagnosing Linux systems. Diagnostics include first failure data capture, error log analysis, preventative testing, and system inventory gathering.
[ Download Linux Diagnostic Tools ]

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Projects of the Week, May 20, 2019

Lun, 05/20/2019 - 06:05

Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net:

Clonezilla

Clonezilla is a partition and disk imaging/cloning program similar to True Image®. It saves and restores only used blocks in hard drive. Two types of Clonezilla are available, Clonezilla live and Clonezilla SE (Server Edition).
[ Download Clonezilla ]


Laragon

Laragon makes coding more fun and easier. Instant setup – extremely fast, lightweight, intuitive, and powerful universal development enviroment for creating modern apps with many stacks: Ruby on Rails, Laravel, Django, Flask, MEAN and Spring Boot. Portable, reliable and Zero operation on MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Memcached, Redis, PHP, Ruby, Python, Node.js and Java.
[ Download Laragon ]


Rescatux

Rescatux is a GNU/Linux repair cd (and eventually also Windows) but it is not like other rescue disks. Rescatux comes with Rescapp. Rescapp is a nice wizard that will guide you through your rescue and repair tasks. When the wizard is not able to solve your problem you can also enjoy of Rescatux unique support features: * Chat: Open the chat for asking help directly in Rescatux channel. * Share log: After running an option you can share its log (the action registry that it has done) so that in the chat they can help you better. Or better, even, you can help debug and fix Rescatux bugs on the fly. * Share log on forum: Prepares a forum post alike text so that you can just copy and paste it in your favourite forum. Logs are nicely inserted into it with [CODE] symbols. * Boot Info Script: Run Boot Info Script option to share your computer configuration (specially boot one).
[ Download Rescatux ]


Ext2 Filesystems Utilities

The Ext2 Filesystem Utilities (e2fsprogs) contain all of the standard utilities for creating, fixing, configuring , and debugging ext2 filesystems.
[ Download Ext2 Filesystems Utilities ]


pspp4windows

PSPP is a program for statistical analysis of sampled data. It is a free replacement for the proprietary program SPSS. PSPP has both text-based and graphical user interfaces. Project page: https://www.gnu.org/software/pspp/ See changelog: https://git.savannah.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=pspp.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/master For support: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/pspp-users/ or e-mail: pspp-users@gnu.org For bugs: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-gnu-pspp/ or email: bug-gnu-pspp@gnu.org For known issues: https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?group=pspp
[ Download pspp4windows ]


iDempiere

iDempiere = OSGi + ADempiere iDempiere Business Suite ERP/CRM/SCM done the community way. Focus is on the Community that includes Subject Matter Specialists, Implementors and End-Users. iDempiere is based on original Compiere/Adempiere plus a new architecture to use state-of-the-art technologies like OSGi, Buckminster, zk.
[ Download iDempiere ]


Git Extensions

Git Extensions is a toolkit aimed at making working with Git on Windows more intuitive. Git Extensions is also available on Linux and Mac OS X using Mono. The shell extension will integrate in Windows Explorer and presents a context menu on files and directories. There is also a Visual Studio plugin to use Git from the Visual Studio IDE. There are video tutorials for some basic functions on YouTube and links for the Git Extensions download page, source code, and documentation here: * YouTube tutorials: https://git-extensions-documentation.readthedocs.org/en/latest/git_extensions.html#video-tutorials * Git Extensions download page, source code, and documentation: https://git-extensions-documentation.readthedocs.org/en/latest/git_extensions.html#links
[ Download Git Extensions ]


BlissRoms

[ Download BlissRoms ]


FreeRTOS Real Time Kernel (RTOS)

FreeRTOS is a market leading RTOS kernel from Amazon Web Services that supports more than 35 architectures and was downloaded once every 3 minutes during 2016. With millions of deployments in all imaginable market sectors (from toys to aircraft), the FreeRTOS kernel is trusted because it is professionally developed, strictly quality controlled, robust, supported, free to use in commercial products without a requirement to expose proprietary source code, and has no IP infringement risk. Amazon Web Services provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost cloud infrastructure platform that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world. In 2015 AWS added specific Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities, and now offers Amazon FreeRTOS to help users securely connect their MCU devices to the cloud. Learn more at http://aws.amazon.com/freertos. ARM Cortex (Cortex-M0, Cortex-M0+, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, Cortex-M7, Cortex-A9, Cortex-A5), Renesas, TI, etc.
[ Download FreeRTOS Real Time Kernel (RTOS) ]

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Common Open Source Software Testing Mistakes

Vie, 05/17/2019 - 06:15

If there’s one area of open source software development that’s proven to be lacking and riddled with mistakes, it’s software testing. Many organizations fail when it comes to having a competent testing process in place, and the consequences are often dire.

One of the most common mistakes that organizations fall victim to in this area is believing that downloading a free testing tool is enough, and of course, it isn’t. Testing is a process that must be done thoroughly and precisely, and more often than not there isn’t one generic tool that can sufficiently fulfill this task.

The demand for open source security is at an all time high. It’s about time we start learning from all the devastating open source security mishaps that have occurred in the past. Here are five more of the most common and costly OSS testing mistakes we should be avoiding:

  1. Getting the testing tools before establishing the testing process
    One of the most common mistakes in open source software testing is assembling a lineup of testing tools first and then designing a testing process around it, when it should be the other way around. To better secure open source software you must first design a robust yet practical testing process and then look for the tools that will suit this process. Though there may be testing tools you’ve heard great things about or have been itching to try, you should prioritize the security needs of your software and exercise good judgment and due diligence to select the best fit for the job.
  2. Not considering the ‘costs’ of a testing tool
    While many testing tools may appear ‘free’, in open source it’s well established that ‘free’ doesn’t necessarily mean without cost. More often than not you still need to invest in training or recruitment to gain the skills to use and operate the tool properly. You may also have to invest time and resources to contributing to the project, as it is frowned upon to use open source software products extensively without contributing developmentally to the project.
  3. Not doing the tasks required for effective testing
    It takes more than just a testing tool to achieve an efficient and effective testing process. Many of the vital tasks that build up a good testing process aren’t actually technology-based, but require time, effort and expertise. These include everything from having well-written test cases, understanding the requirements and clarifying ambiguous statements in the documentation, through to standardization in all documentation, test cases and tools.
  4. Building an incompatible Test Environment
    A solid Test Environment is key to effective testing, but if it isn’t compatible with the systems it must work with, then it’s already failed before you’ve even started. Making sure to design and build a test environment that is compatible and fully-featured takes little time and effort but is crucial to the entire process.
  5. Working on testing activities at the last minute
    Finally, one of the most common OSS testing mistakes people make: leaving testing to the last minute. Relying solely on late phase testing can bring with it a host of issues that lead to additional costs, additional change control being deployed, the original objectives of the system under test being compromised, and many other costly consequences. It’s always best to start the testing process as early as possible, so as to prevent issues from snowballing and avoid problems altogether.

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Today in Tech – 2001

Mié, 05/15/2019 - 06:00

On this day in 2001 then Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the very first Apple store, located at the Tysons Corner Center mall in Tysons, Virginia. Jobs held a commemorative press event at the store to announce its opening that weekend, along with a second location in Glendale, California. The stores were part of Apple’s effort to improve retail representation and its relationship with consumers, and featured several new concepts that have changed the look of computer and electronics retail since. Many in the media predicted the stores would be a failure, but upon their opening on May 19 more than 7,700 visited both stores, spending a total of US$599,000 in Apple products.

Within three years Apple stores reached a staggering US$1 billion in annual sales, becoming the fastest retailer in history to do so. Apple stores remain very successful to this day, with over 500 stores now located across 25 countries worldwide.

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Projects of the Week, May 13, 2019

Lun, 05/13/2019 - 06:30

Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net:

antergos

The purpose of Antergos is to provide a modern, elegant and powerful operating system based on one of the best Linux distributions out there, Arch Linux. Antergos is easy to use and very customizable. It is open source, free and based on the fast and lightweight Arch Linux. Antergos uses the official Arch Linux package repositories and the AUR (user-submitted packages) along with its own software repositories. As with other GNU/Linux systems, Antergos is virtually free of viruses and spyware.
[ Download antergos ]


Universal Media Server

Universal Media Server is a DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server Universal Media Server supports all major operating systems, with versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The program streams or transcodes many different media formats with little or no configuration. UMS is powered by MEncoder, FFmpeg, tsMuxeR, AviSynth, MediaInfo and more, which combine to offer support for a wide range of media formats. Check out the list of media renderers here: http://www.universalmediaserver.com/about/
[ Download Universal Media Server ]


Amidst

Amidst or Advanced Minecraft Interface and Data/Structure Tracking is a tool to display an overview of a Minecraft world, without actually creating it. It can render an overview of a world from a given seed and Minecraft version, save an image of the map, display biome information and numerous other structures, and more.
[ Download Amidst ]


GrandPerspective

GrandPerspective is a utility application for macOS that graphically displays the disk usage of your file system. It can help you to manage your disk, as you can easily spot which files and folders take up the most space.
[ Download GrandPerspective ]


ArchiveOS

Archive of Operating Systems mission is saving the great job of many great people who created Open Source and/or Freeware operating systems. The systems we archive are based on Linux, BSD, Solaris, Open DOS or other, independent technology.
[ Download ArchiveOS ]


jEdit Plugin Central

jEdit Plugin Central is the primary online repository of plugins for the jEdit text editor. In conjunction with this repository, the integrated Plugin Manager allows jEdit users to install, upgrade, and remove plugins without leaving the editor.
[ Download jEdit Plugin Central ]


Ultimate Edition

Ultimate Edition Linux, previously “Ubuntu Ultimate Edition”. We cater to a large base of *nix users including, but certainly not limited to gamers & low resource computers. We have an Ultimate Edition for virtually any user.
[ Download Ultimate Edition ]


Pandora FMS: Flexible Monitoring System

Pandora FMS is an enterprise-ready monitoring solution that provides unparalleled flexibility for IT to address both immediate and unforeseen operational issues, including infrastructure and IT processes. It uniquely enables business and IT to adapt to changing needs through a flexible and rapid approach to IT and business deployment. Pandora FMS consolidates all the needs of modern monitoring (ITOM, APM, BAM) and provides status and performance metrics from different operating systems, virtual infrastructure (VMware, Hyper-V, XEN), Docker containers, applications, storage and hardware devices such as firewalls, proxies, databases, web servers or routers. It’s highly scalable (up to 2000 nodes with one single server), 100% web and with multi-tenant capabilities. It has a very flexible ACL system and several different graphical reports and user-defined control screens.
[ Download Pandora FMS: Flexible Monitoring System ]


Liferay Portal

Liferay Portal is the world’s leading enterprise open source portal framework, offering integrated Web publishing and content management, an enterprise service bus and service-oriented architecture, and compatibility with all major IT infrastructure.
[ Download Liferay Portal ]

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May 2019, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – Double Commander

Vie, 05/10/2019 - 06:15

For our May 2019 “Staff Pick” Project of the Month, we selected Double Commander, a cross platform open source file manager with two panels side by side. It is inspired by Total Commander with several new features. Double Commander was previously selected “Staff Pick” Project of the Month in January 2016 where lead developer Alexander Koblov spoke about the project’s developments and direction. Recently we caught up with Alex to find out how the project has been doing since then.

SourceForge (SF): What significant changes have occurred with your project since you were chosen Project of the Month in January 2016?
Alexander Koblov (AK): Three major releases have been done. Many new features implemented: more hashes types, built-in ssh/sftp client, High-DPI display support, built-in Lua scripting etc.

SF: Have any of your project goals changed since then?
AK: No, it is mostly same.

SF: What project goals have you achieved so far?
AK: I think most of goals that I planned have been achieved.

SF: What can we look forward to with Double Commander?
AK: I plan to add to the next major release the capability to execute operations with elevated rights. So operations with system directories can be done without restarting the program with administrator rights.

[ Download Double Commander ]

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Projects of the Week, May 6, 2019

Lun, 05/06/2019 - 06:23

Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net:

MakuluLinux

Makulu ( Pronounced: Ma-Coo-Loo ) is a African Zulu word for “Figure of Authority”. Like Big Chief, Big Momma, Big Daddy… Makulu Develops Linux distributions and Tools with unconventional and outside of the box thinking. Our Team is small but dedicated to producing excellence above all else. We firmly believe that Linux should not only be stable, but should also reflect the times in terms of ease of use and beauty. Thus you will find that Makulu Distro builds are always stunning out of the box and also feature packed. Unlike many other Distro developers out there, We don’t simply download a Ubuntu, mint or Debian iso and slap some themes on and out comes a release. We have our own Base that we spent nearly 2 years developing. We hope your time with Makulu is an enjoyable one, and please remember that should you need assistance, guidance or want to provide feedback, you can do so Via the Forums or even pop into our live Chat room. We always like hearing from users.
[ Download MakuluLinux ]


Paintbrush

Paintbrush is a Cocoa-based paint program for Mac OS X, similar to Microsoft Paint and MacPaint.
[ Download Paintbrush ]


Linux Diagnostic Tools

Project’s goal is to create better tools for diagnosing Linux systems. Diagnostics include first failure data capture, error log analysis, preventative testing, and system inventory gathering.
[ Download Linux Diagnostic Tools ]


WinPython

WinPython is a free open-source portable distribution of the Python programming language for Windows XP/7/8, designed for scientists, supporting both 32bit and 64bit versions of Python 2 and Python 3. Since September 2014, Development has moved to https://winpython.github.io/
[ Download WinPython ]


Task Coach

Task Coach – Your friendly task manager. Task Coach is a free open source todo manager. It grew out of frustration about other programs not handling composite tasks well. In addition to flexible composite tasks, Task Coach has grown to include prerequisites, prioritizing, effort tracking, category tags, budgets, notes, and many other features. However, users are not forced to use all these features; Task Coach can be as simple or complex as you need it to be. Task Coach is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux; and there is a companion iOS app.
[ Download Task Coach ]


uGet – Download Manager

uGet, the Best Download Manager for Linux. uGet is a lightweight yet powerful Open Source download manager for GNU/Linux developed with GTK+, which also comes packaged as a portable Windows app. – Quick Links – Features: https://ugetdm.com/features Screenshots: https://ugetdm.com/screenshots Blog: https://ugetdm.com/blog Support: https://ugetdm.com/qa Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): https://ugetdm.com/qa/faq RSS Feed: https://ugetdm.com/rss
[ Download uGet – Download Manager ]


VirtualSatellite

Virtual Satellite is a DLR open source software for model based systems engineering MBSE. This project contains the deployed artefacts for the project. The artefacts contain p2 builds for: – Daily development builds – Regular integration builds – Specific release builds
[ Download VirtualSatellite ]


MSM-Xtended

***We have moved from Cardinal and starting from zero as “MSM Xtended or MSM-X”. The Base is GZOSP and thus Special Thanks to @martinusbe & Team GZR for the same.***
[ Download MSM-Xtended ]


MediaPortal

MediaPortal turns your PC into a very advanced MediaCenter / HTPC. It allows you to listen to your favorite music & radio, watch and store your videos and DVDs, view, schedule and record live TV as a digital video recorder and much much more
[ Download MediaPortal ]

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May 2019, “Community Choice” Project of the Month – digiCamControl

Vie, 05/03/2019 - 06:15

For our May 2019 “Community Choice” Project of the Month, the community elected digiCamControl, a free and open source camera control solution. Creator and programmer Duka Istvan shared some thoughts about the project’s history, purpose, and direction.

SourceForge (SF): Tell me about the digiCamControl project please. What made you start this?
Duka Istvan (DI): In 2012 I bought my first DSLR camera, a Nikon D5100. Then I realized there was no free software which can communicate and control the Nikon cameras so I decided to make a software to fulfill this need. In the first year only I used the software, but soon after I released it to the public as open source software. The first release only supported the Nikon DSLR cameras but with time more camera models were supported like Canon, Sony and some exotic cameras Like Xiaomi Action Camera or Panono 360 Camera.

SF: Has the original vision been achieved?
DI: Yes it is archived at Google Code Archive (https://code.google.com/archive/p/nikon-camera-control/downloads)

SF: Who can benefit the most from your project?
DI: Professional and amateur DSLR camera users who want to automatize the image capture and transfer process; creators of 3D image models; bullet time video creators.

SF: What core need does digiCamControl fulfill?
DI: Control camera capture parameters, capture and transfer photos, control multiple cameras, create timelapse videos.

SF: What’s the best way to get the most out of using digiCamControl?
DI: Connect your camera to the PC using a USB cable or WiFi connection and start using the software.

SF: What has your project team done to help build and nurture your community?
DI: The application has a dedicated forum (http://digicamcontrol.com/phpbb/index.php) and a Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/DigiCamControl/) to make contact with new users.

SF: Have you found that more frequent releases helps build up your community of users?
DI: Absolutely, with more frequent releases bugs are corrected faster and the user experience is improved in this way.

SF: What was the first big thing that happened for your project?
DI: I don’t know if it was the biggest but definitely a milestone when I was contacted by a company which creates 3D models from real persons using a multiple camera setup. This collaboration led to the application having multiple camera support.

SF: How has SourceForge and its tools helped your project reach that success?
DI: SourceForge helps my users to download the application in a secure and reliable way and this leads to a higher trust and appreciation.

SF: What is the next big thing for digiCamControl?
DI: Support for more camera models like Pentax, Fuji, Panasonic and to port the application to an Android platform.

SF: How long do you think that will take?
DI: Hard to predict the necessary time but I think years, depending a lot on my free time.

SF: If you had to do it over again, what would you do differently for digiCamControl?
DI: More modular interface and code structure and documentation in the code because now it is really hard for an external developer to do any improvement in the code base.

SF: Is there anything else we should know?
DI: I would like to thank the community for voting digiCamControl as project of the month and for SourceForge for making this possible.

[ Download digiCamControl ]

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Today in Tech – 1964

Mié, 05/01/2019 - 06:21

On this day in 1964 BASIC programming language developers John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz launched a time-sharing system at Dartmouth College. The Dartmouth Time-Sharing System or DTSS was the first successful large-scale time-sharing system to be implemented. It was the reason the BASIC language was developed, and was originally aimed at providing easy access of computing facilities to all members of the college. It began operations on this day in 1964, and remained in operation until the end of 1999.

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Projects of the Week, April 29, 2019

Lun, 04/29/2019 - 06:14

Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net:

Resurrection Remix Pie

[ Download Resurrection Remix Pie ]


x64dbg

An open-source x64/x32 debugger for windows. Development is done on GitHub (https://github.com/x64dbg/x64dbg). Daily snapshots are uploaded here, snapshots for every commit can be found on http://releases.x64dbg.com
[ Download x64dbg ]


OrangeFox

Fork of TeamWinRecoveryProject(TWRP) with many additional functions, redesign and more
[ Download OrangeFox ]


ViperOS

We are the ViperOS team, an organized and Brazilian team that aims to jointly develop a clean and useful Android operational system. We value pure android, but it always looks more beautiful with more details, does it not? We offer a simple and easy menu for customization of your device, we value a clean and direct interface, putting in your device possibilities of customizations and a good experience. We offer useful resources for your day-to-day life. Updated every month with security patch according to Google. Our ROM offers a theme engine for you to customize to your liking, our philosophy is to deliver a stable ROM with useful features and we cherish a lightweight interface prioritizing performance and battery for your device.
[ Download ViperOS ]


feren OS

feren OS is a free Replacement for Windows and macOS with the best that the Linux Community can offer in customisation, applications, and much more in one package. feren OS is a distribution for every type of user with a solid Linux Mint base. feren OS is a one-of-a-kind Distribution for it’s customisation and familiarity, try it out today!
[ Download feren OS ]


plantuml

PlantUml allows to quickly create some UML diagram using a simple textual description language.
[ Download plantuml ]


fldigi

Fldigi is a modem program for most of the digital modes used by radio amateurs today: CW, PSK, MFSK, RTTY, Hell, DominoEX, Olivia, and Throb are all supported. It can help calibrate a sound card to a time signal and do frequency measurement tests. NOTICE: You must proceed to the Files section to locate the correct fldigi, flrig etal download for your particular operating system. Do not blithely use the big green Download button! Use the “Files” menu item or the “Browse All Files” link.
[ Download fldigi ]


PMD

PMD is a source code analyzer. It finds common programming flaws like unused variables, empty catch blocks, unnecessary object creation, and so forth. It supports Salesforce.com Apex, Java, JavaScript, XML, XSL. Additionally it includes CPD, the copy-paste-detector. CPD finds duplicated code in Java, C, C++, C#, PHP, Ruby, Fortran, JavaScript, Matlab, Swift. You can fork us on https://github.com/pmd
[ Download PMD ]


Netrunner OS

Netrunner is a Linux OS featuring the KDE Plasma Desktop. Here you will find the latest releases for download as X86 ISOs and ARM IMGs.
[ Download Netrunner OS ]

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