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Excellent Free Distraction-Free Tools for Writers
Fans of the typewriter remain a vehement group. They view the typewriter as something really special, a tool which makes the connection between languages. One of the attractions of a typewriter is that it offers a distraction-free alternative of modern day methods for producing a document. They challenge the writer to concentrate on what really matters - the content. They force the writer to think.

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DB2(R) SQL PL : Essential Guide for DB2 UDB on Linux, UNIX, Windows, i5/OS, and z/OS (2nd Edition)
by Zamil Janmohamed, Clara Liu, Drew Bradstock, Raul F. Chong, Michael Gao, Fraser McArthur, Paul Yip: IBM's definitive guide to writing DB2 SQL PL stored procedures, triggers, UDFs, and dynamic compound SQL. It has been fully updated to reflect the entire DB2 UDB product family, and new SQL PL improvements for Windows, UNIX, Linux, iSeries, and zSeries

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  • FAI
    FAI is a non-interactive system to install, customize and manage Linux systems and software configurations on computers as well as virtual machines and chroot environments, from small networks to large-scale infrastructures and clusters. Read more hot
  • A-A-P
    A-A-P makes it easy to locate, download, build and install software. It also supports browsing source code, developing programs, managing different versions and distribution of software and documentation.
  • Ailurus
    Ailurus is cross-Linux-distribution GPL software. It is a simple application installer and GNOME tweaker, which aims at making GNOME easier to use.
  • App Grid
    App Grid lets you discover and install apps for your computer.
  • aproc
    aproc displays some information about all pcm devices of a soundcard from the alsa proc tree on console.
  • apt-history
    apt-history logs the changes of /var/lib/dpkg/status when installing, removing, upgrading packages with apt-get.
  • Aptik
    Aptik is a command line utility to simplify re-installation of software packages after upgrading and re-installing the Linux distribution.
  • APTonCD
    APT removable repository creator and package backup tool for Debian based systems. This tool will allow you to create a media (CD or DVD) to use to install software via APT in a non-connected machine, as well upgrade and install the same set of softwares in several machines with no need to re-download the packages again.
  • aptsamever
    aptsamever is a Debian APT cache maintance tool. It lists or removes old duplicate versions of packages installed by apt-get.
  • Beyond LinuxFromScratch
    a project with the aim of assisting users from where LFS left off. It endeavours to assist users to develop their systems in line with their needs by providing a broad range of instructions for installing and configuring various packages on top of a base LFS system
  • BlinDIA
    BlinDIA provides an easy and alternate installer for the Debian OS which is designed especially for blind people. This installer can be run from within a live CD such as GRML. The installation script is portable, extendable, and it only asks a few questions before it runs a debootstrap session to install automatically a new Debian GNU/Linux system. It also automates and enhances the installation of blindness-related support (such as brltty), so that after rebooting, the PC you will immediately have Braille support at the boot prompt.
  • Bootset
    creates a boot diskette set according to a text file that lists the diskette image files you wish to copy. You may use it to create Linux boot diskettes from Windows
  • Caml-get
    Caml-get is a tool to distribute and get Objective-Caml code, in a way similar to the apt-get utility.
  • Cinch
    Cinch is a general purpose, simple to use and maintain Linux installer. It was written because there are presently no distribution neutral lightweight Linux installers. It utilizes a small ram-disk image that walks the user through a series of steps to first install a core file system, then do a basic configuration. It has been developed exclusively for cAos, but it is open source, so other distributions can take advantage of this innovation. It is lightweight, and easy to maintain and use.
  • Clonezilla-SysRescCD
    Clonezilla-SysRescCD is a Linux multi boot backup/restore and rescue CD, combining "Clonezilla Live" and "SystemRescueCD" in one CD. Clonezilla-SysRescCD provides both a CD ISO and a tar archive of the source code to create and customize it yourself.
  • Cobbler
    Cobbler is a provisioning configuration tool that enables administrators to rapidly set up environments for (simultaneously) provisioning PXE, installing Xen, and re-provisioning existing machines. Set up of a PXE server, once a very manual process, is now greatly simplified. Cobbler also enables integrating Xen into a PXE provisioning infrastructure. Read more
  • Current
    a server implementation for Red Hat's up2date tools. It's designed for medium-sized departments to be able to set up and run their own up2date server, feeding new applications and security patches (RPMs) to workstations and servers
  • debian-builder
    Debian-builder is a Perl script that can be used to rebuild any Debian package from source. It correctly handles downloading any required dependencies and cleans up after itself.
  • DPHYS
    DPHYS is aimed at creating an installer for (re-)installing many Debian Linux systems with Debian 3.1 (sarge) without having to baby-sit the interactive installer for an hours time for each machine.
  • Evo/Lution
    The Evo/Lution Linux Project (formerley Fu-rch) is an Arch based OS that cannot be installed. It is simply a platform to run the the Evo/Lution installer.
  • FixInst
    a little installer for installing software e.g. games. It is written in C++ with GTK2 and works also as a console program
  • Free, Open-source Ghost
    Free, Open-source Ghost (FOG) is a computer imaging suite that is designed to be a free alternative to Ghost or Zenworks. It can be used to image Windows XP and Vista PCs using PXE, DHCP, PartImage, and a Web GUI to tie it all together.
  • GNOME System Tools
    GNOME System Tools is a fully integrated set of tools aimed to make easy the job that means the computer administration on an UNIX or Linux system. They're thought to help from the new Linux or UNIX user to the system administrators. The GNOME System Tools are free software, licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
  • gnome-linuxconf
    gnome-linuxconf is a GTK based graphical frontend to Linuxconf. It supports most of the features Linuxconf offers, and is being actively developed to support all of them.
  • GNU Source Installer
    GNU Source Installer is a complete source package management tool that automates configuration, installation, tracking, and removal of source packages which follow the GNU coding standards.
  • GNU Stow
    a program for managing the installation of software packages, keeping them separate (/usr/local/stow/emacs vs. /usr/local/stow/perl, for example) whilemaking them appear to be installed in the same place (/usr/local)
  • gslapt
    A GTK version of slapt-get.
  • guess_install
    a small Perl script which looks at the files in the current directory, and automatically installs them in the correct locations (bin/, share/man/, and share/doc/)
  • gui-apt-key
    This package provides a graphical frontend to the apt-key program which is used to maintain digital keys for the Debian archive since etch. It is meant as a utility to help administrators not used to GnuPG and digital signatures.
  • guinstaller
    to simplify the process of installing Linux source code. All you need to do is to download the gzipped program that you wish to install and then run guinstaller and open the file. After some configuration (Where to put the files, etc.) the program is compiled and installed
  • GWARE Project
    The GWARE project is a small team of 3rd party Slackware developers focused on creating a robust, unintrusive GNOME package for Slackware Linux. The default GNOME installation on Slackware was incomplete, and has now been dropped completely. The GWARE project formed to ensure Slackware users who wanted GNOME that it would remain available, up-to-date, and include important capabilities left out of the official installation (such as support for CUPS printing). It is a priority to integrate with an existing installation seamlessly. If an official package is replaced, it's because GNOME requires it. Such replacements (upgrades) should always be inconsequential.
  • innoextract
    innoextract is a tool that allows you to extract the contents of Inno Setup installers on non-Windows systems
  • Installation Utility
    keeps track of software installed from sources, so you can uninstall, update, or simply view what packages you have installed, quickly and easily
  • JumpBox vTiger CRM
    JumpBox vTiger CRM is a JumpBox virtual appliance with a pre-configured installation of the vTiger CRM system. The appliance has a browser-based administration console for the initial hostname config, and can consume updates to the entire OS, database, and application stack.
  • Kaizen
    Kaizen is a framework for managing the development and deployment of customized Linux-based installations. It simplifies the process of integrating the many different software programs and libraries that comprise a functioning operating system. Its main component is RPMDE, the RPM Development Environment, which provides a Web interface to an automatic build daemon which supports multiple build servers.
  • Karoshi
    Karoshi is a point and click server setup for secondary schools running Mandrake Linux 10 on the servers and Windows 2000/XP on the clients. It aims to allow a user who is not a Linux expert to get a server up and running in under an hour with minimal Linux knowledge.
  • Konstruct
    Konstruct is a build system which helps you to install KDE releases and applications on your system. It downloads defined source tarballs, checks their integrity, decompresses, patches, configures, builds and installs them. A complete KDE installation should be as easy as "cd meta/kde;make install".
  • Linux Live
    a set of bash scripts which allows you to create own LiveCD from every Linux distribution. Just install your favourite distro, remove all unnecessary files (for example man pages and all other files which are not important for you) and then download and run these scripts
  • ln_local
    a simple shell script for managing the installation of software packages (typically in /usr/local). It's a program between stow and lndir/cleanlinks
  • Luau
    provides basic autoupdate functionality to software projects on a decentralized basis, allowing not only software updates to propagate quickly through ones user base but also messages and configuration updates. It can also be used as a software repository to retrieve software packages both new and old
  • makepack
    Makepack is a Makefile which together with a settings file and some simple rule files are able to download, compile and install software for your Slackware installation. As the installation is done using checkinstall a Slackware package is also created at the same time. The big strenght of makepack is that it has mechanisms to keep track of dependencies when downloading and installing software.
  • Minimal Desktop for Ubuntu
    Minimal Desktop for Ubuntu is a shell script designed to be run following the installation of the Ubuntu command-line system available on the Alternate and Netboot install CDs.
  • MoviXMaker-2
    MoviXMaker-2 is a simple GUI or command line utility which purpose is to create customized bootable disk images of eMoviX, MoviX or MoviX².
  • Nixstaller
    With 'nixstaller' you can easily make installers for Unix-like systems. Some of the project goals: support for many different platforms, support for different (optional) frontends used by the installer (currently FLTK, ncurses, GTK 2, and Qt are planned), ease of use for the install creator and the end user, different ways of installing (extract files to a location, compile software on the user's system, and maybe even integration for the package manager running on the user's system).
  • NRH-up2date
    NRH-up2date is a collection of utilities and instructions to use RedHat's up2date client without using/needing the RedHat network.
  • nstow
    nstow is a reimplementation of Bob Glickstein's stow package management Perl script in C.
  • NVIDIA Dock
    NVIDIA Dock is a tray icon for easy management of the settings for NVIDIA video cards. Double clicking opens the nvidia-settings control panel installed by the official NVIDIA drivers. It will also display the card GPU temperature in a tool tip and on the menu if the video card supports it.

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