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partitioning backup recovery and all kind of boot loaders4 weekly downloads
The Model Operations Processing System (MOPS) has been designed to assist operations on model railroads. It has the look and feel of mainframe systems that would have been in used in the late 20th century.1 weekly downloads
Small tool for all DnD players (program only in Polish)1 weekly downloads
Major looseless compression algorithms library and documentation. First project: Arithmetic, Huffman, LZ77, LZ78, LZW, RLE. Second project reimplements Deflate. Documentation explains major Entropy Compression Methods.1 weekly downloads
The Aususa Software Development Project Is An Ongoing Effort By A Few High School Students That Enjoy Writing Code For Applications That Have A Practical Use.
The CppSP word is short for C plus plus server pages. It is designed to effective web service and make it easy and fast to develop your own cgi projects. Using the CSP, you can write your C and C++ codes combined whith your html tags.
Xenidu is an enterprise virtualization platform, which runs unmodified 32-bit and 64-bit guest operating systems with near-native performance.
This is a jpeg2ascii converter that does not use the aalib which make it small, fast, and lightweight enough to be included for use as a viewer in the latest code for the popular and near ubiquitous lesspipe.sh utility.
A command line tool and queue daemon allowing to send SMS-messages in PDU-format over the tcp/ip-to-gsm devices such as ethernet modems and others. Also a daemon converting telnet sessions to serial line comunications.