A collection of scripts to handle administrative tasks on FreeBSD.
Variations is a digital music library software system that provides online access to streaming audio and scanned score images with a flexible access control framework to ensure respect for intellectual property.
GhostBSD is a community driven project to join BSD architecture, performance and security with elegant and effective desktop computing for maximum productivity and usability. We base our work on well designed and stable open source solutions to create an easy to use, familiar environment that works out of the box.
The project includes Bash and Bourne Shell utility scripts. Manual pages accompany some of the scripts. The goal of the project is to provide at least 10,001 useful scripts. The official source repository is located at https://github.com/textbrowser.
FreeBSD GNOME LiveCD built using the latest development ports
Latest stable version - GNOME 3.26 - working Latest unstable version - GNOME 3.27 - working This project provides live systems built using the latest FreeBSD release and the latest GNOME ports from the FreeBSD GNOME project. Scripts used to build the LiveCDs are also available for downloading. The scripts are largely based on this article: https://wiki.freebsd.org/AndriyGapon/AvgLiveCD Note: This is not a general-purpose LiveCD! I track the development version instead of the stable version. If you want to do things other than previewing the latest (possibly unstable) GNOME release, please download the scripts to make your own LiveCDs. If any bug is found, please download the debug version LiveCD to find the cause and report it to the FreeBSD GNOME project or GNOME bugzilla. Starting from GNOME 3.12, most portability patches are merged upstream, so you can also directly use JHBuild on FreeBSD to check whether an issue is already fixed in the upstream.
A script to automatically create documentation for ESX hosts. The output is in HTML format and can be emailed to you directly. The script now also creates a link on the ESX hosts web interface for easy access to the information.
DruidBSD is a FreeBSD micro-distribution that supports CD/DVD, USB, and HD booting into a Live BSD Distribution.
ClusterIt is a collection of clustering tools to allow simple administration of groups of UNIX machines. It can also be used to facilitate parallel shell scripting, and compiling.
A modular framework for implementing a CISCO-like CLI on a *NIX system. Arbitary command menus and actions can be defined using XML files. This software handles the user interaction, and forks the appropriate system commands to perform any actions.
The videotrans project is a set of scripts that converts a movie file in any format that mplayer understands (AVI, etc) to a DVD compatible VOB file, including all the necessary conversions. Further, an automatic DVD menu generator is provided.
LiveCD is a "Complete FreeBSD System running on CD".
KJV Bible in Unix fortune file format. Each *fortune* is a single verse. Quite nice for Unix shell users and those wishing to generate a "quote of the day" with cron
RelaxBSD is a LiveCD in Traditional/Simple Chinese which is based on FreeBSD. It's also very easy to install into your hard disk and you can use it as a desktop OS.
Utility for deployment of large FreeBSD jail environments.
Utility for deployment of large FreeBSD jail environments.
Kldfind is a small script for turn easy, a search by FreeBSD Kernel Modules
A DNS based malware protection
This is a Proof of Concept Technology for protecting End Users from malware, advanced threat and other malicious content by preventing DNS malicious Request/Responses. Considerations: Virtual Hardware Recommended (ALL Back-level Compatibility): - CPU Type: x86_64 (AMD64) - 4vCPUs - 8GB RAM - 40GB On demand Virtual Disk - Intel e1000 Virtual Network Interfaces (Mandatory) Components Used: PFSense 2.3.4-Patch1 - Suricata Module - Bind Module - Cron Module - Service Watchdog Module - SNORT Community Signature + Emerging Threats for constant update. - - Bring Your Own SNORT OINKCODE to get advanced rules. #CleanDNS Project: Because Detection is Cool but Proactivity is Better!
TCP Experiment Automation Controlled Using Python
TEACUP automates many aspects of running TCP performance experiments in a specially-constructed physical testbed. TEACUP enables repeatable testing of different TCP algorithms over a range of emulated network path conditions, bottleneck rate limits and bottleneck queuing disciplines. TEACUP utilises a text-based configuration file to define experiments as combinations of parameters specifying desired network path and end host conditions. When multiple values are provided (e.g. for TCP congestion control algorithm), an experiment is made up of multiple tests. For each experiment and test, TEACUP collects a range of data, such as tcpdump files of traffic seen or TCP stack information (e.g. using Web10G). TEACUP also collects a variety of metadata from the end hosts and bottleneck router, such as the actual OS/kernel version(s) used. TEACUP also provides some simple tools for analysing the results of experiments, such as plotting a flow's experienced RTT over time.
A Bash script for downloading and installing additional Clamav definition files.
Security Assessment Data Management and Analysis Tool
Sagacity is a vulnerability assessment and STIG compliance data management tool designed to make security testing more efficient, effective and complete. Security assessments, especially those done for DoD and Federal organizations, produce tremendous amounts of scan and compliance data that security engineers must sort through and deconflict, identify untested requirements, and somehow analyze to communicate risk to their employers. Sagacity, originally written to support a government customer, was designed to fill that need. What if an organization could turn massive amounts of irreconcilable vulnerability scan data into true knowledge and insight about their networks? They would be able to make wise decisions resulting in cost-effective actions to improve their security with the best return on investment. Keen insight. Sound judgment. Wise decisions. Sagacity.
Collection of several utilities to work with android backups
Project name: android-backup-toolkit URL: https://sourceforge.net/p/android-backup-toolkit/ License: various (see individual projects) Authors: various (see individual projects) This project is simply a compilation of the six following projects, both latest source code and binaries: * android-backup-extractor: https://sourceforge.net/projects/adbextractor/ * android-backup-splitter: https://sourceforge.net/p/adb-split/ * android-timestamp-keeper: https://sourceforge.net/projects/androidtimestampkeeper/ * helium-backup-extractor: https://sourceforge.net/p/heliumbackupextractor/ * no-adb-backup-app-lister: https://sourceforge.net/projects/no-adb-backup-app-lister/ * tar-binary-splitter: https://sourceforge.net/projects/tar-binary-splitter/ All the android utilities are bundled in a single package.
The Darwin Source repository is intended to fill a void left by the closure of the OpenDarwin project: providing a permanent and public repository for the open source components of Mac OS X.
Count traffic from users with dynamic ip addresses. Uses information from application level (Samba, pppd, etc.) to operate on network level (modify ipfw or another firewall rules for traffic counting).
compat32pkg is designed to ease management of AlienBob's 32-bit compatibility layer for Slackware64, and all 32-bit packages from Slackware for which user could find a needs into a 64-bit environment.
GaryOS is an entire GNU/Linux system in a single bootable file
GaryOS is an entire GNU/Linux system in a single bootable file. While most boot/rescue systems use an ISO with SquashFS, GaryOS is a single binary file consisting of a Linux kernel and a Funtoo/Gentoo initramfs. The file is generated using a customized Funtoo/Gentoo configuration with a default Grml Linux kernel configuration via the Metro automated build tool. There are currently no major projects which take this same approach on this scale. The result is a smaller boot/rescue file that is just as comprehensive, yet easier to deploy and manage. GaryOS enables you to drop a single file on any media, point a bootloader at it and go. Upgrades are as simple as replacing the file and/or adding another bootloader entry. Rescue media is more likely to be available and up-to-date if it is convenient to deploy and manage, which is one of the primary aims of GaryOS.
A simple command to convert calendar dates to julian dates. Quite useful in timing situations where you need elapsed time between dates. Also useful for astronomy applications.