The Scality RING is software that turns any standard x86 servers into web-scale storage. With the RING, you can store any amount of data, of any type, with incredible efficiency and 100% reliability, guaranteed—all while reducing costs by as much as 90% over legacy systems.Sponsored Listing
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A rewrite of Noah Morgan's classic roguelike game Larn (1986). NLarn tries to maintain the atmosphere and story of the original game while improving the gameplay by using state-of-the-art roguelike technology and a simplified user interface.14 weekly downloads
Music Player for Linux Console
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The myriad of functionality that comes with Snare, from Verbose Truncation to Output Driven Filtering have been helping companies around the world zero in on threats in record time while spending less on their SIEM. This is made possible by reducing the noise in your log collection while delivering the critical data for both forensics and analytics, dependably. Snare just works. Try our agents free today!Sponsored Listing
WordGrinder is a light-weight character-cell word processor designed for text entry on the console, supporting Unicode and styled text. It provides a clean, easy-to-use interface that gets out of your way and get the job done. We've moved! Go visit http://cowlark.com/wordgrinder.
This project implements Virtual Machine/Virtualized Debugger.
Funky patcher for OpenGL, midi, signal processing, lua scripting, etc. Written in C++. Fast.
With 'nixstaller' you can easily make installers for unix like systems. It will support several GUI frontends such as ncurses, Qt, GTK2 and FLTK.
MWIP (Mean What I Play) is a clone of PWIM written in Lua. It is faster than the original PWIM (which was in Python), and also contains extra features and better documentation. It is meant to be a complete replacement to PWIM.
With Infoblox DDI, your IT teams can consolidate DNS, DHCP, IP address management, & other core network services into a single platform. Orchestrate DDI functions for hybrid & public cloud & virtual & private cloud environments and access rich reporting & analytics capabilities for capacity planning, asset management, compliance control, & auditing. Boost IT efficiency & automation with seamless RESTful API integration.Sponsored Listing