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A test project aiming at creating a Korn shell script or a bunch of scripts to help AIX administrators find and identify physical and virtual disks primarily in FCP/VIO environments. If goals are met, the project may be rewritten in C.
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 !
A pipeline to define allele-specific genomic features1 weekly downloads
Create a single adb backup for each app /sd and inform of missing apks5 weekly downloads
Assorted projects. General-purpose libraries for Python, C++, Scala, bash, and others. Meta-programming tools. System utilities. UI components. Web APIs. Configuration files. Benchmarks. Programming competition entries. And much more.1 weekly downloads
AttackTreeMonkey is an XSLT script that calculates values in an attack tree (using Libxslt or Saxon) and outputs XHTML. Attack trees are a way of modelling security systems and how they fail (see Bruce Schneier in Dr Dobbs Journal; 1999).
This is a simple script to provide smooth installation of Audacity on Easy Debian. I don't guarantee that it will be the best performance install: I made it by trial.
Bioinformatics Artificial Intelligence Order
Shows desktop information on your screen86 weekly downloads
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Store and verify MD5 checksums within file's extended attributes. Operational on individual files as well as entire directory trees of files. Using this routinely will detect if bit-rot or other unwanted modification of low level file content has occurred.
A powerful network security tool, easy, safe and totally free.573 weekly downloads
A collection of CMake files, biased towards projects using Fortran2 weekly downloads
Web Security Gateway (URL filtering, waf, firewall, antivirus...)458 weekly downloads
Set of tools for managing a simple OpenSSL-based certificate authority
A simple script to purge all installed instances of flash and install the Adobe version on Ubuntu and Linux Mint systems.
Web-based manager for user dynamic instantiated cloud images
Mass video digitization workflow management for archiving3 weekly downloads
Web system for internal network administration
DisMN8 is a project to bring social networking to countries with internet censorship. It provides an organic, distributed system for social networking.
A gentoo derived netboot node and build system for use with Distcc (Distrubuted C Compiler) clusters.
Software and HDL code for Elphel reconfigurable network cameras29 weekly downloads
Distribution for refurbished computers and discovery GNU/Linux for all687 weekly downloads
Software package for automated audio/video recording of lectures and conferences, with synchronized slides/images. EyA2 uses a digital camera to take pictures of the slides/blackboard/whiteboard/etc. The procedure doesn't require human intervention.