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A Linux distribution based on ArchLinux. The first generation is for Vietnamese and by Vietnamese
This is a Linux kernel module for some (but by no means all) Sun SPARC-based computers. It uses OBP facilities, if implemented, to access the 128 registers exposed by the LOMlite2 manager chip on machines such as the Netra T1-200 and Netra X1.
Linux Drivers for RC Servos and receivers used in radio controlled models. This allows a Linux user space program to temporarily take the control of the servos. Security features guarantee that the system stays in control of the Operator at any time.
This program is a cross-platform replacement for the widely known in close circles Parameter Design tool (also known as Keywin e-Bike Lab), used to set the parameters of a e-bike controller based on the Infineon XC846 microcontroller (and various clones).14 weekly downloads
KEDR is an extensible system for dynamic (runtime) analysis and verification of Linux kernel modules. KEDR tools operate on the modules chosen by the user and can perform function call monitoring, fault simulation and much more.1 weekly downloads
EasyFlash is a flash memory cartridge for the Commodore 64 with multiple configurations and banks possible. Since it does not use traditional UV-EPROMs but Flash memory, it is possible to "burn" the cartridge using your C64. No EPROM programmer is needed.3 weekly downloads
The project aims at integrating realtime (preemp-rt) and tracing (lttng) patches into vanilla linux kernel for 64 bit PC in an industrial environment.
OTPD ("Open Ticket Printers Driver") is a cross-platform print-subsystem for pos-..ticket-.. and label-printers; part of QDroid framework ( http://qdroid.berlios.de ).8 weekly downloads
OpenSSI is a single-system image clustering solution for Linux. Goals for OpenSSI Clusters include availability, scalability and manageability, built from standard servers.
DArmstadt MAgnetic Resonance Instrument Software3 weekly downloads
A FUSE file system and a Java J2ME Uploader for Samsung mobile phones.9 weekly downloads
A simple mouse emulator (for Linux) that can be controlled with keyboard. Useful on laptop with broken touch pad or in absence of external mouse device.1 weekly downloads
SM5xx toolchain provides mainly Linux kernel and userspace drivers and libraries for SiliconMotion SM501/SM511(?) MultiMediaCompanion chip(s).
FreeBSD I2C generic i/o device drivers for I2C sensors
USB 2.0 for Real-Time provide a hard real-time capable implementation of an USB 2.0 stack on top of Linux/Xenomai. It implements the stack core and EHCI, UHCI and OHCI host controller drivers.1 weekly downloads
Alternative attempt to develop linux driver for TI FlashMedia xx12/xx21 storage controllers.1 weekly downloads
Make hotkeys work with Linux.
Project's aim is to provide automated way to build kernels and ramdisk images for use with MagicBox 1.1/2.0 hardware platform.
Linux kernel driver for USB-controlled epson projectors.
The PortKnocko project is composed of two parts: an iptables module (user space) and a netfilter module (kernel space). Both modules are used to implement the Port Knocking and SPA (Simple Packet Authentication).1 weekly downloads
Collection of utilities to send reports to the linux user hardware database. Currently, PCI report, USB report and a USB 'popup style' notifier5 weekly downloads
THE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT HAS MOVED TO https://gitorious.org/linux-can - THE MAILING LIST IS NOW ON http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#linux-can - SocketCAN is the official Linux CAN subsystem (part of Mainline Linux since Kernel 2.6.25 2008-04-17)4 weekly downloads