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GHomework is an version of KHomework.. Gnomeinized. It is an open-source project availible to everyone. GHomework is basically an HTML file with many helpful search engines that include SparkNotes, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, and Google with Google Calculator.
The tcestats script, written in PHP, gathers Informations from a Quake3 Engine Based Game and saves them in a MySQL Database. We added a tiny example to show how to write own little C++ Plugins. A Tutorial exmplains you how to start from the scratch.
A text-based (terminal) program installer for Linux. This is to extract the archive, extract the files, and run the program's installer, which can be changed by the program developer. Also this includes other useful shell scripts, including Sudoku-sh.
A benchmark (performance test suite) for Java Management eXtensions (JMX).
KHomework is an open-source program availible to everyone. KHomework is basically an HTML file with many helpful search engines that include SparkNotes, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, and Google with Google Calculator.
Kiwi Engine is a secure drop in replacement for MediaWiki
Lapiota Tools For Win32
LibSonic is a library used in Genesis Sonic ROM modification. various data formats are supported, anywhere from a single color, to an entire level.
This is a collection of scripts to take an RPM-based distribution and create your own in an easily followable way. These scripts (and sample images) are designed to handle both i386 and x86_64 versions of CentOS (or upstream provider) v5.5.
This project aims to make GNU/Linux really usable in the LGPL SPARCv8 processor called LEON.
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.
Makerootfs makes it easy to build a root filesystem for embedded devices (e.g. ARM based) by automating the cross-compiling process through shell scripts, patches and default configs. Unlike buildroot which uses uClibc, makerootfs uses the full glibc.
A Linux distribution optimized for ordinary computer users with less than ordinary computers. Slow, resource hungry systems are avoided, while still providing easy to use, full featured, standard applications. Power users are not forgotten.
NOCAssist manages a web hosting company from colo to virtual-dedicated servers. Will alsos install/config (remote) up to 5 *NIX OSes. This program includes a CMS, Ticket system and a whole lot more.
Nanotools is a set of Unix style tools and libraries used for helping system's administrators to manage several servers with several operating systems (IBM/Aix, SUN/OS, GNU/Linux). Nanotools is oriented for running in a production environement.
Authpfng is a new authentication back-end to allow people to sign in to the network administrated by an OpenBSD pf-firewall. Login can be done by ssh, web-based and smb. You can assign traffic quotas and QoS per-user or after a certain bandwidth usage.
Octyne is a powerful IRC to Internet Data connection service.
This project is to develop a standard data format for serving real time transit location information from distributed servers, allowing software developers to create applications for any device, particularly mobile devices, that use that data.
Framework (scripts, configuration, code) to build free and public services around travel and leisure data. That project makes an extensive use of already existing data sources such as Geonames and dbPedia, and adds some glue around those (eg, links).
OpenALM is an open-source application lifecycle management system. It is intended to be a framework to implement software development team's process. It also intends to provide an API to plug-in with version control system.
The OpenMacSchoolServer (OMSS) project aims to help schools in Germany to use Mac OS X Server as a standard "school server". It provides documentation, scripts, preconfigured or -compiled extra tools and complete server service preconfiguration.
OpenSSI is a single-system image clustering solution for Linux. Goals for OpenSSI Clusters include availability, scalability and manageability, built from standard servers.
OpenVault is middleware that helps applications manage removable media. In a Storage Area Network (SAN), it arbitrates access by applications to removable media drives. It is the basis for the IEEE 1244 standard: Media Management System.
Packad is a tool that it aims at to manage applications developed for GNU/Linux and follows standards GNU as configuration, compilation and installation.