Open source disk encryption with strong security for the Paranoid
VeraCrypt is a free disk encryption software brought to you by IDRIX (https://www.idrix.fr) and based on TrueCrypt 7.1a. It adds enhanced security to the algorithms used for system and partitions encryption making it immune to new developments in brute-force attacks. It also solves many vulnerabilities and security issues found in TrueCrypt. This enhanced security adds some delay ONLY to the opening of encrypted partitions without any performance impact to the application use phase. This is acceptable to the legitimate owner but it makes it much harder for an attacker to gain access to the encrypted data. All released files are PGP signed with key ID=0x54DDD393, available on key servers and downloadable at https://www.idrix.fr/VeraCrypt/VeraCrypt_PGP_public_key.asc VeraCrypt can mount TrueCrypt volumes. It also can convert them to VeraCrypt format. Documentation: https://www.veracrypt.fr/en/Documentation.html FAQ : https://www.veracrypt.fr/en/FAQ.html
CDK4AVR stands for Cross Development Kit for Atmels AVR RISC processor serie and should you support with a comprehensive Assembler and C development environment for even this processor familie under Linux or similar host systems.
Linux Studio Plugins Project
LSP (Linux Studio Plugins) is a collection of open-source plugins currently compatible with LADSPA, LV2 and LinuxVST formats. Also standalone plugins for JACK are provided since version 1.0.8. The basic idea is to fill the lack of good and useful plugins under the GNU/Linux platform. After some contributions to other open source projects the decision was made to implement separate and independent plugin distribution.
Collection of Delphi / FreePascal code units. Includes libraries for Unicode, Strings, Data Structures, Sockets and Mathematics.
A cross-platform Duke3D (Duke Nukem 3D) port which provides many new features for mod authors, including an enhanced scripting system and OpenGL renderer. Go to http://www.eduke32.com for downloads and http://bit.ly/dn_3d to get the game!
Releases of McuOnEclipse projects
Processor Expert components and Eclipse examples and plugins.
The GNU Toolchain for ADI's Blackfin and future processors
You have found the home page of the GNU toolchain project for ADI's Blackfin an future processors. This is the central site for all toolchain components whether you are targetting to run Linux or bare metal on the Blackfin and future processors, running on Linux or Windows hosts. These components consist of GNU Binutils, GNU Compiler Collection (gcc), GNU Debugger (gdb), elf2flt utility, LDR utility, Libraries (libdsp, newlib, libgloss and uClibc), JTAG tools: (both urjtag and gdbproxy), etc. The source for all of these tools is available from our git repository, and any of these tools should build on almost any host system, including all Linux and Unix based OSes, and run on Windows. For the latest release of the toolchain, please see the README under "Files".
Written in pure ASM and Exode with cloud computing in mind.
Cloudium OS is being written in pure ASM. It's designed for speed and ease, having cloud computing in mind. It also is secure (without requiring constant user input like Windows). But, how are we going to do this? Well every os wants/says these kind of things, so to accomplish our goals we follow these simple rules: keep it simple (that's way better then these complex interfaces etc. almost nobody wants), generalize (this makes things easier and more useful without extra complexity) and be inventive (sometimes doing it the classical way just doesn't work). Note: development peace will be temporarily lowered until February the fifth. Please check out our OS and Project site!
This library is meant for high performance calculations for science or 3D games/rasterizers using SIMD instructions of x86 processors to allow an unparalleled level of optimization. This takes advantage of MMX, 3DNow!, 3DNow!+/MMX+, & SSE/SSE2/SSE3/SSSE3
MacMPEG2Decoder (aka MM2D) decodes MPEG2 video into a variety of formats, normally quicktime based, on a Macintosh (Classic & OSX).
Real-time, modular, microkernel-based operating system under development for i386. The first goal is to support 32-bit DOS protected mode applications made with DJGPP as well as native applications.
Industrial embedded Linux for Raspberry Pi
Nard is a software development kit (SDK) written from scratch for the Raspberry Pi family of boards. Unlike Raspbian, which primarily is for desktop use, Nard focus on embedded systems running day and night for years. It has many features requested by industrial users.
Buildroot Linux distribution for ADI Blackfin and future processors.
Buildroot is a set of Makefiles and patches that makes it easy to generate a complete embedded Linux system. Buildroot can generate a kernel image, various libraries and applications in a root filesystem. Buildroot is useful mainly for people working with small or embedded systems, using various CPU architectures (x86, ARM, Blackfin, MIPS, PowerPC, etc.). It automates the building process of your embedded system and eases the cross-compilation process. If you're new to buildroot Linux, the first thing to do is check out the [documentation](http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/). This should help you get your development host PC set up, and get you compling your first Linux distribution from source.
The Torque Network Library is a robust, secure, easy to use cross-platform C++ networking API designed for high performance simulations and games. The network architecture in TNL has powered some of the best internet multiplayer action games to date.
MultiVice - is a fully customizable multiplayer modification for Grand
MultiVice - is a fully customizable multiplayer modification for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City™. You can write any gamemode what you want using LUA Scripting language implemented into modification.
The Revolution-FX project goal is to provide the best platform for developing applications for the CASIO fx-9860G graphing calculator. Revolution-FX components include addheader, code editor, a hardware library, and works with the GNU toolchain.
CMAKE build enviroment for LPC2000 and LPC17xx Cortex MCUs
The goal of project is to build CMSIS like environment for LPC2000 series MCU and to write RTOS for LPC2000 and Cortex Microcontrollers
The objectives of OCERA is the design and implementation of a library of free software components for the design of embedded real-time systems. These components will be used to create flexible, configurable, robust and portable embedded applications.
A rethinking of the Operating System Ecosystem.
This is the fifth or sixth generation of this idea, the big difference being that we have written some bootloader code and have started mapping out the kernel layout and structure. We have decided upon a core programming language for the kernel, and the core language for almost everything else. With a focus on isolating the MAJOR kernel features from the system itself, in what until now has remained research only instances, we hope to create a fully functioning exokerne. All code at this time will be available only via a git repository.
A compiler and cross-compiler for (Currently) Cobol (with Fortran being added later). It is intended to be the first self-hosted open-source Cobol Compiler, e.g. the compiler itself will be written using Cobol.
M6811 Code-Seeking Disassembler
The M6811 Code-Seeking Disassembler is a command-line tool that lets you enter known starting vectors for a given code image for the 6811 micro. It will disassemble the code and follow through branches to assist in the separation of code and data. Its companion Fuzzy Function Analyzer uses DNA Sequence Alignment Algorithms to locate similar code in multiple binaries, facilitating reverse-engineering. Originally written to analyze code from GM automotive engine controllers, but is useful anywhere a 6811 micro is being used. Version 1.0 was written in Borland Pascal in April 1996, and updated to v1.2 in June 1999. It was later rewritten to C++ in July 1999 through Jan 2000. While it's been freely available since its creation, it's being released here as an open-source project so the world can better use it as it sees fit. Version 2.0 is completely reworked in 2014 to compile and run with GCC and STL to make it fully portable and accessible to all computer platforms.
Open Utlity is series of unix utlity just like gnu for linux / windows
Open Utility is series of Unix utility which is currently in development.currently it has a c compiler which is based on early unix c compiler.later versions like v1 or later has in build assambler and linker.it can be used in place of gcc it is good alternative of gnu c compiler
LSCR is a compilation of helping resources for software development in Assembly language under Linux. It includes system calls reference for kernel 2.6+, FASM include files, example applications, and some utilities.
MLC, or the Multi-Platform Language for Calculators, is an interpreted language meant to be programmed on many calculators. MLC is a powerful and fast alternative to programming games in BASIC.
A advanced graphical operating system.
Our goal with this OS is to compete against Windows, Linux and Mac OS! We know it's still in early stage. But this fact will not demotivate us! License: Proprietary