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GSRC Package List

GNU Source Release Collection has now merged with Bioinformatics Source Release Collection

Main pkg subdirectories currently are:

bio freedesktop gnome gnu gnualpha gnustep gstreamer other xorg

This is a list of all the packages that are currently present in GSRC. This list is automatically updated daily to reflect the latest software versions or package additions.

For a better, bigger curated list of free software that exists see the FSF's Free Software Directory.

If you're interested in a complete source-based GNU/Linux distribution that is well-debugged, see the very wonderful project Gentoo [GNU/]Linux, and/or the very wonderful Guix System Distribution, a GNU.org project using Scheme, featuring strictly controlled binary installation for security and reproducibility, and/or the very wonderful www.linuxfromscratch.org, wherein you may build your GNU/linux system from source in a step-by-step educational process. Highly recommended.

If you're interested in a much more complete bioinformatics distribution, see environmentalomics.org/Bio-linux and bioconductor.org .

If you're interested in a distribution about Geospatial systems, see live.osgeo.org

If you're interested in a monster conglomeration of mathematics software, see sagemath.org

It's all free software; the world is replete with wonderful things. You can help.

In this table the "GSRC Name" of a package is a filesystem name, one that you would use to install the package via GSRC, e.g.

make -C pkg/gnu/hello
The "Name" of the package is its canonical name as might be used in text to communicate among humans.

Latest update: Sat 14 Dec 2019 01:01:54 AM EST

GSRC Name Name Description Version

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