Various low-level software projects not covered by other major channels are covered within this channel.
BlueZ serves as the Linux Bluetooth protocol stack.
The Btrfs user-space utilities (btrfs-progs) for the Btrfs file-system living within the Linux kernel.
Dalvik is a virtual machine and core libraries for Google's Android operating system.
DBus is a FreeDesktop.org lightweight IPC implementation for Linux.
The FreeType portable font engine.
The GNU C library.
HarfBuzz is an open-source text shaping library.
libcxx is the C++ standard library implementation for LLVM.
Mono is an ECMA CLI, C#, and .NET implementation of Microsoft's technologies.
NetworkManager is an open-source network management component.
The Phoronix Test Suite is the leading open-source multi-platform benchmarking and automated testing framework developed by Phoronix Media.
Plymouth is a modern graphical boot system for Linux machines and developed by Red Hat.
PulseAudio is an open-source multi-OS network sound server commonly used by modern Linux distributions.
systemd is the widely-used system management daemon for the Linux kernel.
uClibc is a C library targeting embedded Linux systems.
UDisks provides disk management support.
UPower provides power management and power abstraction support for DeviceKit.
WebKit is the widely-used open-source web-browser rendering engine.
Wine Is Not An Emulator. Wine allows for Microsoft Windows programs to run unmodified on Windows, OS X, and Solaris/BSD operating systems.