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Explode is an all archive exploder providing a unified interface to all unarchiving needs while also guarenteeing that the archive will be exploded into it's own directory.1 weekly downloads
RDI is a library that gives your application the ability to install its dependencies at runtime. Perfect for plugins oriented architectures. Many kind of deps: RPMs, DEBs, .so, .dll, RubyGems... Easily extensible to new kinds.6 weekly downloads
aStor is a network attached storage configurable via user-friendly web-interface. Based on Einarc (a universal storage RAID command line interface) and GNU/Linux. aStor provides file-based access. Currently it supports CIFS, NFS, FTP.3 weekly downloads
IP Management solution using Ruby on Rails.
COTSon scalable simulation infrastructure2 weekly downloads
A Linux distro for Vietnamese
ip address string to integer to string functions2 weekly downloads
simple local dns that either answer query or forward them1 weekly downloads
A Linux distribution based on ArchLinux. The first generation is for Vietnamese and by Vietnamese
Minus is a task management system written in Perl and Ruby. Task management, minus the headache.
This project is to create a Linux based Router Configuration Management System for Cisco Routers (initially supporting router IOS 12.0+). The project was written in bash and perl scripting but has now been rewritten in Ruby, and makes use of Linux system
AllInOneRuby creates an Windows or Linux executable that includes both the Ruby interpreter and the runtime libraries. Why? Because it's sometimes not easy, or allowed to do a complete Ruby installation. That's where AllInOneRuby comes in.2 weekly downloads
pdumpfs is a simple daily backup system similar to Plan9's dumpfs which preserves every daily snapshot.
Tattoo will provide a set of command-line scripts for analyzing raw tcpdump files or ASCII hexadecimal representations of network traffic to identify format, function, and communication model.1 weekly downloads
The Registry Server (jUDDI) offers a mechanism for humans or software applications to advertise and discover Web services. The Java Web Services Developer Pack (Java WSDP) Registry Server implements Version 2 of the Universal Description, Discovery and I17 weekly downloads
Generate your package build description is a few quick steps.
Harmonize is a Ruby library that allows you to write pure-Ruby code to access the Sync Services API in Mac OS X (10.4+) without getting into the nitty-gritty of RubyCocoa.
Squid Log Analyzer and Report Generator.18 weekly downloads
Network Security Monitoring done the easy way. Manage Snort rules, Nessus results as well as review alerts and co-relate them.
Realtime filtering of qmail queue with RegExp input; moving, deletion, freezing and direct injection of mails in (filtered) queues.
AnyBed: a testbed-independent topology configuration tool
smarbs is a simple backup script written in ruby. Using rsync it creates full snapshots in certain intervals within a minimal use of space. smarbs is easy configurable via config files and can be run as a cronjob.1 weekly downloads
Multi Integrated Nodes Opensource Workflow System is software present on a serverless networked group of PCs that allows an intelligent self-contained object to roam freely to use resources to complete a pre-defined goal.
A toolset for managing and updating installed ports for FreeBSD ports system23 weekly downloads
Ruby/Net::LDAP is a new, easy way to access LDAP servers from Ruby programs. It's a complete LDAP client library written in pure Ruby (no external libraries required), and features an intuitive, new API and complete documentation.