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SWAL is a program that can launch as a service (or standalone) and monitor other services and control other programs. Written in C++ and might have some .NET components (planning on a linux port)
An attempt to create a program that utilizes the sysinfo.org startup database to show the user what programs are running at startup and give the user an educated guess as to what can remain in startup and what should be removed.
"Tiny windows 2000 terminal" is a simplest way to deploy diskless terminals for windows 2000 terminal server. Like LTSP or other, but don't need additional Linux server because no X windows, no NFS and no swap needed for terminals. Work at i486 with 8
wola (Wake-on-Lan Anyway) is a project that provides software and documentation for hardware, in order to enable Wake on Lan support on computers that cannot do it.
Window Wiper is a simple Windows .NET 2.0 application that allows for persistent removal of unwanted registry keys, specifically "runkeys." It is designed to ensure that unwanted software is NEVER allowed to run when Windows starts.
Alternative operating system for digital camera's using a clarity ASIC (eg gsmart 350) written in C and assembler. In a later stage extra hardware (sound, input devices..) will also be added. This will result in a very cheap wearable computer
A script to create or update a 'master' grub boot menu that just contains each OS installed, and passes on responsibility of tracking new kernels etc. to other grub menus.