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FreeBSD's Jemalloc port to QNX Neutrino.
KISS is a kernel-side host-oriented security tool, which may bring you file integrity checking, file and process hiding and actions handling on special internal events (using a tiny scripting language).
KauNet is an emulation platform that can be used for evaluation of protocols and distributed applications with a high degree of control and reproducability. KauNet uses pattern files to control bit-error insertion, packet loss, bandwidth and delay.
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Kbtv is a TV viewer for KDE/FreeBSD. It supports BrookTree/Conexant BT8x8 (bktr) and Philips SAA713x (saa) based analog TV cards, and Philips compatible USB webcams (pwc).
a command line function to send text-only email to an smtp server, with a command line function to pull down email from a pop server. No longer under active development.
Leevi is an user interface for Lexicon MX300 reverberation device (and possibly other MX'es), similar what Lexicon ships along with their devices for Windows. Leevi works with POSIX compatible operating environments, like Linux, and BSD.
LightBSD is a simple FreeBSD based distribution
Linux/FreeBSD device-driver for the ISA PC-CAN Interface PC-I 03. The interface uses a PCA82C200 Stand-alone CAN-controller by Philips Semiconductors.
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MadButterfly is a SVG based GUI framework. Application programmers can describe user interface for their application in SVG. It is supposed to be frontend of small/embedded device, or be used to develop small games.
Tools, programs, snippets, documents from Edwin `MavEtJu' Groothuis (ddc dhcping dhcpdump morse daychooser radius ngrep-lib mavbiff httpgrabber ipfw-graph dnstracer)
MerABoire is a collection of tools to assist the listener to decode and (hopefully) make sense of VHF ACARS broadcasts. It requires UNIX (currently FreeBSD), a soundcard and a VHF AM receiver.
Micro BSD is an attempt to get an BSD based derivative onto the embedded domain. It intends to support kernel configurations for both MMU and MMU less processors. It intends to be an micro kernel architecuture with the BSD kernel being restructured.
A simple mobile-agent library supporting agents written in C embedded in XML.
An Apache 2 only DSO module serving link counting information via jpeg and png images. Supports Fedora Core 4 (i386), FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE (i386), and OpenSolaris Build 28. Designed for installation into one server machine, supports separate virtual serve
MultiMedia Keyboard Controller is a project that will help you to select actions for your extra buttons that exists on multimedia keyboards. MMKC also supports mouse gestures.
C Library for manipulating N-dimensional (ND) matrices and arrays.
NDMJOB is a NDMP-compatible backup/restore package, reference implementation, and conformance test. NDMP is an open protocol for network based backup enabling multi-vendor backup solutions. Please see http://www.ndmp.org for more information.
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NFSE is a new NFS exports support for FreeBSD 10-CURRENT NFS server. NFSE distribution consists of changes for the new and old NFS servers and the nfse utility. This is a development version and should be used only for testing.
This is a set of simple utilities and scripts to collect, aggregate, summarize and analyze NetFlow traffic accounting data from modern routers by Cisco and Juniper.
A network authentication system. With netgateway you can block Internet access for your network's computers until they login.
NetState is a distributed network monitoring system. It uses passive sensors to develop status information on a target network. Two major features provided by NetState are application/OS versions and port tracking.
ng_netflow is netgraph kernel module, which implements Cisco's netflow protocol on PC running FreeBSD
Advance Data Management System for Open Source Business Projects
The OSP Toolkit is a client side implementation of the ETSI OSP VoIP Peering protocol (ETSI TS 101 321). The OSP Toolkit project was begun in 1998 and the code has been incorporated into many commercial and open source VoIP products.