Dyad

Dyad: Automated LFS Dyad was initially forked from Pyrois, which is used to compile the early builds of Dark Horse Linux. Pyrois at the point of being forked to Dyad was largely a faithful step by step automation of a variant of the Linux From Scratch documentation. This presented SILO Read more…

Desktop: Scallywag

Scallywag is a linux desktop client for The Pirate Bay reverse proxies. It automatically retrieves a list of known reverse proxies for the famous PirateBay website and allows the user to search for, and select magnet links, and begins the download using the system’s XDG-configured default magnet link downloader. Written Read more…

Dark Horse Linux

Dark Horse Linux is a new Linux distribution created and owned by Chris Punches as part of the SILO GROUP portfolio. Cross-compiling a Linux sysroot, and building the system from upstream sources inside your environment with verified checksums is about the only way to ensure that software hasn’t been tampered Read more…

Pyrois

Pyrois is a “distro in a box” presented to you by SILO GROUP. Makefile-driven, Pyrois downloads and compiles another tool owned by SILO GROUP, called Rex, onto it, and then uses a Rex project to compile a chroot using a cross-compiler.  From within that chroot, Rex then compiles all items Read more…

Theme: Antikythera

Antikythera is a WordPress theme designed with simplicity and stability in mind.  It is based heavily on both Artifact for Hexo as well as Hitchcock for WordPress. Where to Download You can download the Antikythera theme from its dedicated github repository here.

CLI: Rex

Rex is a configuration management, automation, and testing system with minimal runtime requirements, powered entirely by JSON and should integrate with almost any existing tools or frameworks. As Rex was built as a supporting component driving the creation of Dark Horse Linux, you can read updates regarding this product at the www.darkhorselinux.org Read more…

Desktop: Ivory Tower

Ivory Tower is a simple task management system for GTK, written in Python for Linux targets. Where to Download Its source code can be downloaded here.