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'bglimiter' is a Perl script for monitoring and limiting of background processes. Code is mainly based on the 'bgcheck' Perl script by email@example.com , the script was modified so it would work on BSD's.1 weekly downloads
This is a program that able to set up the background color, text color and background image of Windows BSOD(Blue Screen Of Death).
The BTnode is an autonomous wireless communication and computing platform based on a Bluetooth radio and a microcontroller. It serves as demonstration and implementation platform for research in mobile and ad hoc (MANETs) and distributed sensor networks2 weekly downloads
BUDOS is a tiny efficient robust operating system for sensor networks developed by Network & Media Laboratory of Zhejiang University, China.
Bandwidth and User Management System for Proxy server based on using IPTables, MySQL and fair-queueing.
NOTE: This page and the babyos code are no longer being actively maintained. (Sorry, just no time; I have to focus on other things.) BabyOS is a simple in-memory operating system kernel for educational purposes, far from a full-fledged system. For a deta1 weekly downloads
Project to create a new microkernel for AdaOS. Intended to be especially suited to Ada programming language, but will have pragmatic design which is actually language neutral. Will be practical, general-purpose, and secure, but otherwise minimal.
Production of a patch to make (partly) buggy memory modules work in a (vanilla)-Linux kernel; kernel patch and additional (user-space) utilities1 weekly downloads
BadRAM is a Linux kernel patch which attempts to allow the kernel to handle defective RAM modules by reserving the defective sections of RAM and preventing them from ever being allocated.
BadTuxWall will help you to implement your own firewall on a Linux operating system using an efficient graphical user interface. It also allows you to generate iptables scripts, export them and share them with friends.2 weekly downloads
A advanced graphical operating system.1 weekly downloads
The Banana Kernel is an open-source pedagogical operating system intended to provide useful means for teaching basic OS concepts, with the possibility of interaction with external modules developed by the teacher or student.4 weekly downloads
Barbux, the bearded people OS1 weekly downloads
The aim of the project is translation of the "Bash Guide For Beginners" book to the Russian language.
The goal of the Basic Operating System (BOS) project is to write a new modular and fast operating system in NASM and GCC.1 weekly downloads
::Mission:: To create a BeOS/BSD based operating system that takes the best features of each and makes it unix/linux binary compatible. All of this will be fitted with the best utilities known to man/daemon/or penguin.
POSIX compatible microkernel
BeeOS: A multitasking RTOS for the MC68HC12 MCU1 weekly downloads
The Bella Operating System aims to use currently available source code as a bootstrap to create a new "Media Operating System" primarily aimed at mid to upperlevel emebbed devices, such as Set Top Boxes and Pocket PCs.1 weekly downloads
Berkley Snoop protocol module for Linux. Purpose: avoid speed reduction between big fat pipe (satellite) and wireless links caused by error prone nature of wireless links.3 weekly downloads
Billix is a multiboot Linux-based distribution for use with a USB key. It derives from distros such as Damn Small Linux, and Puppy Linux. It also enables network installation of several Linux distros via the USB key.18 weekly downloads
Bistro is a type-safe, extensible operating system based on the Java platform. It consists of a virtual machine on top of a micro-kernel that implements process control, IPC, and base memory management. All drivers/programs etc. are run in the VM.
This project contains test software and tutorials for Analog Devices' Blackfin DSP device drivers and system services. See the wiki (in the menu bar above) for more info.1 weekly downloads
BlinkOS is an Operating System for educational purposes that is based on GeekOS, openly available documentations and code-snippets. It's main purpose is to run software for BlinkenArea-projects. BlinkOS has its own non-POSIX SYSCALL-Interface.1 weekly downloads