The ReliaFree Project is an alternative to commercial, proprietary reliability, availability, maintainability, and safety (RAMS) analysis software. The ReliaFree Project is an integrated suite of tools. Any number of analyses can be linked together such that an update to one module will result in all linked modules being updated appropriately. This approach provides a closed loop life-cycle with visibility into a product's performance throughout. The same database is used to store field failure data as is used to store design prediction information.
PackManUtil is a command line application for simplifying the build and management process for source packages. It was originally written for use with an x86_64, multi-lib Cross Linux from Scratch (CLFS) system. Since then, it has been extended to be used on ix86 and PPC CLFS systems. PackManUtil consists of several system-wide scripts to handle the brunt of the work. A separate build script is created for each package. PackManUtil comes with a system-wide configuration file, but variables can be overridden on a package-specific basis in the build script. This project is no longer being maintained.