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iPup

ipup (nibl)

iPup is a light and fast desktop Linux distribution based on Puppy Linux. iPup was born out of the need to distribute Puppy Linux freely, unhindered by codec patents. iPup allows PC vendors to preinstall Puppy Linux on thin clients and mini PCs without paying any license fees.

iPup has two main goals:

1) To increase the stability over the official Puppy Linux release on which iPup is based. iPup prioritizes stability before innovation.

2) To only include free, Open Source software. This means removing any non-free, proprietary code from the Puppy Linux base, and finding free software alternatives if available.

iPup is a Linux distribution so various Open Source licenses are used by the included softwares. All included licenses are Open Source.

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IrChat

irchat (yamaneko)

Client IRC écrit en C# sous licence GPL. Il peut supporter des modules écrits en langages compatibles .Net et possède également un système de scripts. Disponible en Français et en Anglais, son interface actuelle utilise les WinForms. L'écriture d'une librairie d'interface GTK# est en projet pour une possible utilisation sous Linux.

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irstat

irstat (xrogaan)

Just a bunch of personnal projects. Mostly crap, but could be useful if you dig.

Licence: MIT/New BSD, maybe a pinch of LGPLv3.

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Kansas Linux Fest

Kapro

kapro (nifou)

Kapro est un portail sous licence Affero General Public développé en HTML/CSS/JS. Il permet d’accéder à des outils libres (comme une calculatrice ou un éditeur de texte) et des didacticiels sur certains langages (HTML, CSS, JS, Python, Ruby, ...). Kapro is a portal under Affero general public license which is programmed in HTML/CSS/JS. He has libres tools and tutorials.

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Karel the Robot teaches programming

karel (cbolufer)

Learn the fundamentals of programming using professor Richard E. Pattis' methodology, exposed in his book "Karel the Robot". This is a web project written fully in Javascript / HTML and distributed under a GPL license.

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Kasa Blog

kasablog (kasa)

A blog about arch linux and my experiences in the OSS world, with guides, PKGBUILDS, and a repository License: By-SA 3.0

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Khan Desktop

khandesktop (kdadmin)

Khan Desktop is a Khan Academy viewer, produced independently from the Khan Academy (www.khanacademy.org).

See the website for more info.

Software Licence: GNU General Public Version 2

Khan Academy Content Licence: Creative Commons (CC by NC SA) Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike

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L2TP over IPSec VPN Manager

l2tpipsecvpn (wejaeger)

This is a free and open source software licensed under GPLv3.

A GUI to manage L2TP over IPsec virtual private network connections. It provides a system tray icon in the notification area from which a non privileged user can establish and bring down L2TP over IPsec VPN connections.

There is also a 'Edit connections' menu item. In order to bring up the editor dialog, a non privileged user must authenticate as root.

From there the user can add, remove and edit vpn connections.

Editing allows configuring various options for IPsec, L2TP and PPP.

Among others, the user can configure eg. the gateway, the use of either PSK or a certificate for authentication, various L2TP options as redial- timeout and attempts and of course all important PPP options. It also allows you to configure PPP for tunnel splitting because you can add routes as you want.

When applying your settings, all necessary configuration files are written accordingly (ipsec.conf, xl2tp.conf, options.xl2tpd, opensc.conf up and down scripts ...).

It relies on Openswan and xl2tp packages as the underlying protocol handlers.

You can also use certificates on your local machine or, if e.g. OpenSC is installed and configured, even on a smart card to handle PPP authentication.

The GUI automatically detects when network interfaces are going up or down and can (if so configured) automatically establish or close VPN connections.

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LanPower Games CDs

lanpower (papap)

Les Lan Power Games CD sont des cd-rom de jeux sous licences libres pour Windows. Ils sont composés uniquement de jeux également disponibles sous Linux. Plusieurs série de CDs sont proposées : les CDs "tous publics", où les jeux susceptibles de choquer les petits ont été évités; les CDs actions destiné aux plus grands ou comprenant des jeux partiellement libres. Nous proposons également des compilations spécifiques (comme le CD SupertuxKart) ou les hors séries ainsi que les gamekey : des compilations de jeux libres et portables. Le résultat de notre travail sur les jeux (traductions et autres) figure également dans le répertoire Games.

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