Broaden your selection: Category/Protocol
- a DHCP and DHCPv6 client. It's also an IPv4LL (aka ZeroConf) client. In layman's terms, dhcpcd runs on your machine and silently configures your computer to work on the attached networks without trouble and mostly without configuration. If you're a desktop user then you may also be interested in Network Configurator (dhcpcd-ui) which sits in the notification area and monitors the state of the network via dhcpcd. It also has a nice configuration dialog and the ability to enter a pass phrase for wireless networks. dhcpcd may not be the only daemon running that wants to configure DNS on the host, so it uses openresolv to ensure they can co-exist.
- libreCMC is an embedded GNU/Linux distro with the focus of providing a platform that is 100% free software and that does not contain non-free blobs. While libreCMC is currently a hard fork of the popular OpenWRT project, it uses a linux-libre kernel and does not contain non-free parts.
- OpenGnSys (Open Genesis) Project brings together the combined efforts of several Spanish Public Universities. OpenGnSys provide a number of free and open tools for managing and deploying computers. These tools supplies a complete, versatile and intuitive sytem. This system allows the arrangement, installation and deployment of different operating systems.
OpenGnSys architecture is flexible to adapt to the needs of different models of computer networks (companies and institutions) and can be used in different types of scenarios:
- Centralized management of ICT Units to Support Teaching and Research.
- Park Maintenance PC member of an institution.
- Deployment and maintenance of the servers in a Data Center.
- Administration of deployment repository for the Support Services ( help desk) of an Institution.
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