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cerberus is a modular and robust network operator and drone monitoring service designed to protect the network from common threats that plague the IRC community. Designed for compatibility with pure TS6 networks.20 weekly downloads
The project is to develop an application for the general management of virtual networks with Dynamips, VirtualBox, PixEmulator, UML, Zebra, etc.4 weekly downloads
Perl Electronic Mail / Fax Servers - using 'Least Cost' Routing for Fax Transmissions over a Network of Servers (if available)3 weekly downloads
ReMoot is a command wrapper for many multimedia programs running on GNU/Linux systems and possibly other *nixes. With ReMoot, the user can have the SAME keys of the keyboard working across all these programs or turn surfing handhelds into remote controls3 weekly downloads
Yet another re-implementation of (some of) the functionality of NetCat (nc) in Java. Focussing on realtime data-stream reflection and replication.1 weekly downloads
WikyBlog is a CMS/Groupware application written in PHP/MySQL that fuses collaborative editing features of wikis with user friendly publishing characteristics of blogs. MediaWiki derived wiki syntax, AJAX enhanced, UTF8 and extendable (google maps).1 weekly downloads
Briareos is a framework for dynamic service discovery and information retrieval that is intended to allow autonomous reaction to environmental change in network-distributed application clusters.
Rechannel is a language extension for SystemC.
The Ruby programming language, a pure and very powerful object-oriented scripting language.
Symo is a simple system monitoring tool built on rrdtool. It consists of a daemon that reads a config file on startup, starts the defined data collectors, and updates pre-built round-robin databases with collected data as it becomes available.
The Open C Book Project aims to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date, and completely free book which teaches C programming in a POSIX compliant environment, with an emphasis on using Open Source tools. The content comes from you, so please contribute.
mfwd is a tcp port forwarded developed in C. It uses a limited set of permanent (or semipermanent) outgoing connections and multiplexes incoming connections over then. It also supports zlib compression (support for libbz2 and others planned)