Anubis-Linux is a distro that's designed to provide a lot of development tools and documentation. Possible options with Anubis include: study programming, networking and security, creating and testing bootloaders or OS', distro remastering (current AL kernel source included), analyzing network traffic and perform tests, using Wireshark, tcpdump, PackEth, packit, etc., compile Win32, DOS and Linux(64) programs, in C, C++ or various flavours of Assembly, debug executables, using KDbg, OllyDbg and other tools, run Win32 and DOS programs, or use the Tor network to browse anonymously. Features a classic design with one big compressed filesystem (as opposed to the modular design used by Slax and its derivatives, etc). This distribution is no longer being maintained.
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