“The phy GNU/Linux operating system, phyglos, is designed to be a high quality, high performance GNU/Linux distribution for engineers and scientists, a free tool to allow these users to focus on their own work and results by relying on a predictable, open source, community reviewed, development and computing platform.”
Create your own solutions on a developer-friendly, non-intrusive platform.
Compute your heavy workloads on a fast, dedicated platform.
Share your work, publish your results, distribute your solution.
The phy GNU/Linux operating system is oriented to Science, Tecnology, Engineering and Mathematics related work:
The phy GNU/Linux operating system is designed to allow you to focus on your own work and results:
The Build AND Install Toolkit, BANDIT, or the bandit, is a software toolkit used in the phyglos distribution to build and install new functionality to a phy system. The bandit can also create a new phy system and install the phyglos distribution on it.
The phyglos catalog is the reference catalog to install a new phyglos machine. The phyglos catalog is available from the phyglos.org repository to be used by the bandit. The phyglos catalog should provide the minimun number of bundles required to raise a phyglos machine.
The aliens catalog is a BANDIT catalog provided for convinience that can be used with the BANDIT toolkit to install third party binary products in a system.
The linux-configs collection is a set of .config kernel configuration files for the Linux kernel. The package is designed to work with the BANDIT toolkit and the phyglos catalog, but these .config files can be used as independent files when building any new Linux kernel.
doxphinx is a theme for the Sphinx documentation system. The purpose of doxphinx is to provide a single mechanism to generate the documentation of a project, both in HTML and PDF formats, from a common source.