ARaC (Almost Random Cipher) is (or will become) a 512bit cipher. The ARaC suite is a C program which can encrypt/decrypt files and streams. The cipher itself cannot be download on SF due to US export laws, check http://arac-suite.sourceforge.net !
initramfs which latest kernel for people who make linux base on linux from scratch. your linux will well know most of hardwares and run smoothly with just only download then extract and install.
GGI stands for "General Graphics Interface", and it is a project that aims to develop a reliable, stable and fast graphics system that works everywhere. We want to allow any program using GGI to run on any platform requiring at most a recompile.
Public domain resources for Ido users
This simulator will be based on a server and client side. The Server app will run on "C/C++" environments and the client will be a CGI script. First, we'll try to do a simple simualtor. Then we'll go over to improve the client with a kind of rendering eng
Debian NewbieDOC: documentation by and for Debian newbies. Share your experience and help us create documentation to help out next week's Debian newbies! Edit existing documents and create new ones on the documentation website wiki. The resulting documentation is periodically packaged in a .deb file for the Debian distribution and its derivatives.
Organization for Free Software in Education and Teaching. Our goal is to develop free software for education with knowledge sharing as our main concern. We already have developed software as DrGeo, GCompris, DrGenius and the live CD freeduc.
Seguro Distributor aims the design of an efficient algorithm that allows the safe distribution of public files, i.g., executables and source code. Files are decryptable with a public key, which is generated by a private key.
SIMULED is a abbreviature for Data Structures Simulator (in portuguese SIMUlador de Estrutura de Dados). The objective is to supply a tool that shows how data structures works when you add or remove data, helping in teaching of this discipline.
Ubuwiki Offline is a WoaS derivative containing repurposed content for Ubuntu users. It exists entirely within a self-contained xhtml file and is a lightweight, client-side mobile wiki.
This project contains simulation codes of Dr. Jie Wu's wireless networking group at FAU, including a dominating set simulator (ds) and ns2 extensions for various virtual backbone formation, broadcast, and topology control schemes.