Nalika's Projects

nalika/wimtools

Libraries and userland for wimlib/wimtools for CentOS and Fedora wimlib is an open source, cross-platform library for creating, extracting, and modifying Windows Imaging (WIM) archives. WIM is a file archiving format, somewhat comparable to ZIP (and many other file archiving formats); but unlike ZIP, it allows storing various Windows-specific metadata, allows storing multiple "images" in a single archive, automatically deduplicates all file contents, and supports optional solid compression to get a better compression ratio. wimlib and its command-line frontend wimlib-imagex provide a free and cross-platform alternative to Microsoft's WIMGAPI, ImageX, and DISM. Among other things, wimlib: *Provides fast and reliable file archiving on Windows and on UNIX-like systems such as Mac OS X and Linux. *Allows users of non-Windows operating systems to read and write Windows Imaging (WIM) files. *Supports correct archiving of files on Windows-style filesystems such as NTFS without making common mistakes such as not properly handling ACLs, file attributes, links, and named data streams. *Allows deployment of Windows operating systems from non-Windows operating systems such as Linux. *Provides independent, high quality open source compressors and decompressors for several compression formats used by Microsoft which are not as well known as more open formats, and are prone to be re-used in different applications and file formats (not just WIM). wimlib is distributed either as a source tarball (for UNIX/Linux), or as ready-to-use binaries (for Windows XP and later). The software consists of a C library along with the wimlib-imagex command-line frontend and its associated documentation.
  • Epel for CentOS 7 : x86_64
  • Epel for CentOS 8 : x86_64
  • Fedora 32 : x86_64
  • Fedora 33 : x86_64

nalika/sway

just testing some builds for EPEL 8
  • Epel for CentOS 8 : aarch64, x86_64

nalika/darling

Darling is a translation layer that lets you run macOS software on Linux Fast: Darling runs macOS software directly without using a hardware emulator. Free: Like Linux, Darling is free and open-source software. It is developed openly on GitHub and distributed under the GNU GPL lincense version 3. Compatible: Darling implements a complete Darwin environment. Mach, dyld, launchd - everything you'd expect. Easy to use: Darling does most of the setup for you. Sit back and enjoy using your favorite software. Native: We aim to fully integrate apps running under Darling into the Linux desktop experience by making them look, feel, and behave just like native Linux apps. Note: 64 bit is only supported.
  • Fedora 31 : x86_64
  • Fedora 32 : x86_64

nalika/adtool

This is the adtool for active directory administration.
  • Epel for CentOS 7 : aarch64, x86_64
  • Epel for CentOS 8 : aarch64, x86_64

nalika/gzdoom

GZDoom Builds for Fedora. This copr and rpm builds are built to according to the RPM packaging guidelines. Please submit your issues to our github ZDoom is a family of enhanced port of the Doom engine to modern operating systems. It runs on Windows, Linux, and OS X, and adds new features not found in the games as originally published by id Software. ZDoom ports may be used and distributed free of charge. No profit may be made from the sale of it. ZDoom was originally created by Randi Heit using id Software's and various others' sources. Its successor ports GZDoom and QZDoom are now maintained by Christoph Oelckers, Braden Obrzut, Rachael Alexanderson, and Magnus Norddahl. ZDoom is a source port for the modern era, supporting current hardware and operating systems and sporting a vast array of user options. In addition to Doom, ZDoom supports Heretic, Hexen, Strife, Chex Quest, and fan-created games like Harmony and Hacx. Experience mind-bending user-created mods, made possible by ZDoom's advanced mapping features and the new ZScript language. This package provides: A proper desktop file Compatibility with FluidSynth 2.x Fallback soundfont to prevent gzdoom crashes when none are available Static linking (as pushed by the source code by default)
  • Fedora 32 : aarch64, x86_64
  • Fedora 33 : aarch64, x86_64

nalika/irc

IRC Server and Services This repository combines the atheme and charybdis copr's together under one roof. This has the following: Charybdis server Atheme Services inspircd server(!) From a combined standpoint, these packages provide the following: Standardized directories PPC64LE support AARCH64 support No code modifications (with the exception of some specific patches that may not make it to upstream) Default configurations with examples (!) Note that inspircd is not actually supported. You can open up issues if you'd like to troubleshoot issues with the build, but understand that because they like to reinvent the wheel using perl, I cannot guarantee that I'll be able to resolve the issues cleanly. If you truly want inspircd, use their RPM. However, their RPM cannot be trusted as they do not provide the spec file on how they build it, nor is it clear if they use mock.
  • Epel for CentOS 7 : x86_64
  • Epel for CentOS 8 : aarch64, x86_64
  • Fedora 32 : aarch64, x86_64
  • Fedora 33 : aarch64, x86_64