Nixstaller 0.5 [Stale links 2015-04-09]

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Name:NixstallerPopularity:6%
Version:0.5 [Stale links 2015-04-09]License:GPLv2
Author:Rick HelmusEMail:rhelmus-AT_gmail.com
Home Page:http://nixstaller.berlios.de (1937 visits)
Download:http://developer.berlios.de/project/showfiles.php?group_id=4863 (1004 visits)
Description:

Nixstaller is an Open Source software project that makes it possible to create installers that work on many different UNIX like systems.
  Main Features

  • Three different installer frontends, powered by GTK+2, FLTK and ncurses.
  • Support for many common UNIX like systems (see table below)
  • Can be fully translated (English and Dutch translations are already provided)
  • The installation files can be compressed with lzma, gzip and bzip2.
  • The installation files that should be used can depend on the current system.
  • Lua support is provided to configure the installer and to program the installation procedure. This allows very flexible configurations.
  • Very few dependencies: the end user and install creator only needs one of the supported systems. For compilation SCons (and python) is also required.
  • Supports package manager integration and dependency handling.

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ID Title Last Modified Comment(s) top right image
  925Nixstaller 0.5.1 releasedAug 16, 20090  
 

Minor new Nixstaller release.

 
  894Nixstaller 0.5Mar 25, 20090  
 

0.5 released

 
  752Nixstaller 0.3Oct 20, 20070  
 

0.3 released

 
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From engelsman, 12:56 Apr 09, 2015 (score=3)

The links are dead. Maybe the author can post new links if the project is still alive
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