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pkgsrc: The NetBSD Packages Collection

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  Analyzed 4 months ago

The NetBSD Packages Collection (pkgsrc) is a framework for building third-party software on NetBSD and other Unix-like systems, currently containing over 6400 packages. It is used to enable freely available software to be configured and built easily on supported platforms.

1.35M lines of code

92 current contributors

6 months since last commit

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pkgin

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  Analyzed about 2 months ago

pkgin is aimed at being an apt / yum like tool for managing pkgsrc binary packages. It relies on pkg_summary(5) for installation, removal and upgrade of packages and associated dependencies, using a remote repository.

15.5K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 1 year since last commit

6 users on Open Hub

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work-in-progress pkgsrc packages

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  Analyzed 10 months ago

pkgsrc-wip (work in progress) is a project to get more people actively involved with creating packages for pkgsrc, a portable packaging system coming from NetBSD. It is the default packaging system for NetBSD and DragonFly and was also ported to many additional operating systems, including Solaris ... [More] , Linux, Darwin, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and others. [Less]

245K lines of code

98 current contributors

10 months since last commit

5 users on Open Hub

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The MirPorts Framework

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Claimed by The MirOS Project Analyzed 10 months ago

The MirPorts Framework provides a generic way to install third-party software on Unix®-ish systems (the closer to BSD, the better). Currently supported are: MirOS BSD – https://www.ohloh.net/projects/mirbsd/ – primary OS, MidnightBSD – https://www.ohloh.net/projects/mnbsd, OpenBSD, Mac OSX ... [More] (somewhat), Interix (actually better than Mac OSX in some respects, but lacking interest) [Less]

295K lines of code

0 current contributors

over 3 years since last commit

1 users on Open Hub

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menhir

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

MenhirVisionThe Vision is to grow the publicity of all four, free Unix-like operating systems. And to widen the skills of the users to all four operating systems. GoalsTo build a open and helpful community which cultivates and distributes the knowledge about the installation, development, use and ... [More] security of all four operating systems. PrinciplesStrengthFour different operating systems with one package management system for third-party software will give you more knowlegde, your computer infrastructure will get more reliability and security through heterogenity and the community gets one address for collaboration of all developers and users of all free Unix-like operating systems. DynamicsYou get a maximum flexible system. From the kernel up to the graphical userland you can choose every part of your system. SecurityThe stronger knowledge of the user secures his use of his software in the joy and at home. The third-party software tested on all four operating systems secures the use cases of his software. Four operating systems tested for interoperability secure the infrastructure of the user. KnowledgeThis is the essence for using a computer system for maximum efficiency in private life and and business alike. With the concentrated, united documentation you get knowledge about all operating systems for deployment, administration and use. FreedomEvery include operating system is free. You are free to use them as you want. You are free to build upon them as you want. DevelopmentTrainingA document based on "BSD Associate Exam Objectives" for the use and administration. A document based on "Advanced Linux Programming" for the development. pkgsrc base systemsThe base systems of Slackware, FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenSolaris are ported to the pkgsrc format. Kernel Configuration CollectionA collection of kernel configuration files for desktops, laptops and servers. Free Software Systems EngineeringA structured manual for the engineer-like construction and installation of an infrastructure basing on the four operating systems. CommunityThere is a Newsgroup for all discussions in the community. http://groups.google.com/group/menhir-discuss/ We will use the Ubuntu Code of Conduct because I think that it summarizes very good rules how to behave in the community. Now, start with the Installation of Menhir. VisionDie Vision ist, die Bekanntheit von allen freien Unix-artigen Betriebssystemen zu steigern, und die Fähigkeiten der Nutzer auf alle freie Unix-artige Betriebssysteme auszudehnen. ZieleEine offene und hilfsbereite Community aufzubauen, die das Wissen für die Installation, die Sicherung, den Einsatz und die Entwicklung der freien Unix-artigen Betriebssysteme pflegt und weitergibt. PrinzipienStärkeMit vier verschiedenen Betriebssystemen mit einem Paketmanagementsystem für Drittanbieter Software wird das eigene Wissen aufgebaut und erweitert, die eigene Computer Infrastruktur wird durch einen heterogenen Aufbau in der Ausfallsicherheit und der Zugriffssicherheit gestärkt, und die Community bekommt einen Treffpunkt für alle Entwickler und Nutzer aller freien Unix-artigen Betriebssysteme. DynamikJeder Nutzer bekommt nun vom Kernel bis zur End-Nutzer Applikation volle Entscheidungsfreiheit für die Auswahl und den Einsatz seiner Software. SicherheitDas vergrößerte Wissen des Nutzers sichert ihn bei dem Einsatz seiner Software im privaten und im Beruf. Die auf vier verschiedenen Betriebssystemen getesteten Drittanbieter Pakete sichern die Anwedungsszenarien des Nutzers. Die in der Interoperabilität getesteten Betriebssysteme sichern die Infrastruktur des Nutzers. WissenDie Essenz der Computernutzung will man volle Effizienz erreichen, sowohl Zuhause wie auch im professionellem Einsatz. Mit der einheitlichen Dokumentation bekommt der Nutzer alles Wissen für Deployment, Administration und Nutzung. FreiheitJedes Betriebssystem in Menhir ist frei. Sie sind frei, es zu nutzen, wie Sie es wollen. Sie sind frei, auf ihnen aufzubauen und zu entwickeln wie und was Sie wollen. EntwicklungTrainingEine auf dem "BSD Associate Exam Objectives" aufbauendes Dokument für Nutzung und Administration. Ein auf "Advanced Linux Programming" aufbauendes Dokument für Entwicklung. pkgsrc base packagesHier werden die Basis Systeme von Slackware, FreeBSD, NetBSD und OpenSolaris werden auf das pkgsrc Format portiert. Kernel Config CollectionEine Sammlung von Kernel Konfigurations Dateien für Desktops, Laptops und Serverhardware. Free Software Systems EngineeringEine strukturierte Anleitung für den ingenieurmässigen Vorgang zum Aufbau einer Infrastruktur basierend auf den freien Betriebssystemen. CommunityEin Newsgroup für alle Diskussionen innerhalb der Community wird bereitgestellt. http://groups.google.com/group/menhir-discuss/ Wir werden dem Ubuntu Code of Conduct folgen, weil ich denke, dass es sehr gute Regeln für das Benehmen in der Community besitzt. [Less]

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arch-sheriff

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

A script to match the NetBSD vulnerability database against Arch Linux packages (both from official repositories and some unofficial packages from AUR).

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over 8 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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pkgsrc-on-slack

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

AboutThe goal of this project is to promote the use of pkgsrc on Linux, and expand Slackware (and compatible) with additional packages. Installwget http://pkgsrc-on-slack.googlecode.com/files/pkgsrc-bootstrap-200xQy-ARCH-BUILD_DISTRO.tgz installpkg pkgsrc-bootstrap-200xQy-ARCH-BUILD_DISTRO.tgzor ... [More] svn checkout http://pkgsrc-on-slack.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/pkgsrc-bootstrap cd pkgsrc-bootstrap sh pkgsrc-bootstrap.SlackBuild installpkg /tmp/pkgsrc-bootstrap-200xQy-ARCH_BUILD_DISTRO.tgzIt's recommended to log in and out before using the bootstrap, due to changes in PATH and MANPATH. Upgradewget http://pkgsrc-on-slack.googlecode.com/files/pkgsrc-bootstrap-200xQy-ARCH-BUILD_DISTRO.tgz upgradepkg pkgsrc-bootstrap-200xQy-ARCH-BUILD_DISTRO.tgzor cd pkgsrc-bootstrap svn update sh pkgsrc-bootstrap.SlackBuild upgradepkg /tmp/pkgsrc-bootstrap-200xQy-ARCH_BUILD_DISTRO.tgz [Less]

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over 8 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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pkgsrc-dashboard

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

In a network of pkgsrc-using servers, there should be an easy way to see who is out-of-date, who is vulnerable, etc. This project will attempt to create a "dashboard" for generating those reports, create helper applications for managing vulnerability files, and provide best-practices for keeping clients up-to-date and safe.

363 lines of code

0 current contributors

about 8 years since last commit

0 users on Open Hub

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