A simple, easily customizable framework to produce the users choice of an initrd or initramfs package. My goal is to make Another Early Userspace Init Option that isn't outdated, hard to customize, or arbitrarily limited.
Assorted projects. General-purpose libraries for Python, C++, Scala, bash, and others. Meta-programming tools. System utilities. UI components. Web APIs. Configuration files. Benchmarks. Programming competition entries. And much more.
High interaction honeypot solution for Linux based systems
NOTICE: The format of this project has been changed from ISO to using ansible and has been moved to GitHub. Github link: https://github.com/Bifrozt/bifrozt-ansible
A collection of tools written in BASH for Linux
Script-Tools is thought to provide a basic framework for the console, to ease and simulate a Text User Interface (TUI). It comes with a vary of scripts to tweak and configure your system, as well as packaging for fedora, eventually other RH based distros, easy expandable and with fully custom scripts seperated per user. There are also some scripts provided in [/usr]/bin. Which are: bash-colors blame chx hddinfo isEmpty isLVM lxscreenshot mem moalpa newScript p replaceit rmtf upd vimail yumreset yumresume newScript will create a template script file ~/.config/script-tools/scripts and open it in your prefered editor, if you'd set on in "st config" You can either browse through the menu, or execute each script directy by using menu entrys as arguments. Have a try with: sudo st tweak repo toggle fedora-updates-testing BE SURE TO DISABLE IT AGAIN! ;)
arb is designed to solve arbitrary partial differential equations on unstructured meshes using an implicit finite volume method. arb's application is in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Heat and Mass transfer. Download from the project homepage.
Remove lib32 packages from your Archlinux box
Use this command-line script when you feel you have too much lib32 packages installed and you want to cleanup your system. Ok, but how does it work? Each time you run it, it will look for lib32 packages currently marked as "installed as dependency for another package" in the "Install Reason" (pacman -Qi <pkg>) that are not needed anymore by any other pacakge and then will uninstall them, with user's approval. You'll probably want to run this script more than once as, by uninstalling one package, another installed as dependency might be not needed anymore. P.S.: packages not marked as "installed as depedency" will not be listed neither removed.
gridHQ is a really simple, php-based grid computing infrastructure, allowing parallel map reduce computations on many parallel nodes.