FAI is a non interactive system to install a Debian Linux operating system on a PC cluster.
A periodical command scheduler for Unix and Linux systems.
The swbis project is a from-scratch implementation of the POSIX spec IEEE Std 1387.2-1995 which describes a format and utilities for software packaging. The scope of the POSIX spec includes a package format, meta-data file format, and utilities for package creation, installation, query, listing, and verification.
Administration notes for AIX, Linux and Solaris. Various UNIX utilities and shell scripts.
A suite of programs, scripts, guidelines, protocols, documentation, and diskettes, that assist in quick, network-based loads and builds of machines.
Administration system for the Linux operating system.
UNIX system administration and TCP/IP networking tools.
This page is about the software written by Roland Smith.
Mail servers and commercial frameworks.
Create DNS tables from hosts file and configuration file. Also add/delete hosts, aliases, nameservers, forward and reverse zones. Hosts and aliases added using dynamic update.
System utility written in Perl that finds fastest CVSup mirror server for FreeBSD, OpenBSD or NetBSD.
Tool to analyse mail log file, all explicit pattern are saved in a MySQL database.
Allows administrator to give restricted root access.
BSD, Linux and Unix system programming and administration - a website by Jason R. Fink.
Provides a rolling display of top-CPU using processes on a Unix system.
A web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms, you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on.
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