NorQualizer is a smart audio equalizer/normalizer which corrects audio files to get them all similar in terms of bandwidth and volume level. Especially useful for preparing audio CDs with files from different sources.
Audio Compressor (command line) - Utility to be used for audio (dynamic) compression of WAV files.
DOS-C Kernel is an MS-DOS compatible kernel and the original FreeDOS kernel.
A simple, fast and 8086-compatible hex editor
uHex is a simple and fast, multiplatform hex editor. It's primarily written for DOS, but compiles on POSIX just as well. uHex has been written with care to work fast even on an 8086 CPU, providing support for large files (up to 2 GiB) while using minimal amounts of memory. "uHex" stands for "micro Hex" (it should actually be spelled µHex, but DOS operating systems do not allow non-ASCII symbols in filenames, thus the official name became just "uHex"). uHex supports several video text modes (80x25, 80x43, 80x50.. and any other, as long as it has at least 80 columns), both in color and black & white modes. Hardware requirements (DOS version) uHex has very low requirements. It runs on anything that provides: - an 8086/8088 compatible CPU, - a MS-DOS 2.0 compatible operating system, - ca. 20K of free conventional memory, - an 80 columns video mode.
SNTP client for DOS, based on the picoTCP library
picoSNTP is an SNTP time synchronization client for DOS. It requires a 8086-compatible CPU, and a working network connectivity via a packet driver. It's based on the picoTCP stack (and more specifically, on its DOS fork - picotcp4dos)
The CK 64-Bit Kernel Operating System
This project is a implementation of layers. Use Virtual machines & virtual adapters alike an onion! Another operating solution instead of Microsoft Windows Server operating system. It is to be used via remote controlling. The special new "Cktool32" will make it easy to handle *Ck64Krnl*.
It is the first project I have started on sourcefordge.net. It will be a dos-based compression utility but I may also make a linux-based one.
a network-enabled package manager for FreeDOS
FDNPKG is an online update tool for the FreeDOS operating system. It allows to install, remove and update software on a FreeDOS installation using online (http) or local (on disk/cdrom) repositories. It is written by Mateusz Viste for the FreeDOS™ project, but can be used on other DOS systems as well. FDNPKG means "FreeDOS Network Package manager".
The aim of this project is for a stand alone home automation control system which consists of hardware (main and remote networked controllers) and software to monitor and control various devices around your house including X10 (plus others).
Slick Linux by Cellocity Based on Fedora Core 6. Using the Kernel 2.6.18. with only basic core elements needed to operate. Slick is just that it's slick because it's striped down. It will have full compiling and running features. It will come with YUM.
CkTool Windows - The solution for hassles of your system.
The aim of CkToolW is to solve the hassles and limits of the operating system Microsoft Windows. . The interface of this solution is highly customizable, from textual/ console up to a nice graphical replacement of the standard Microsoft Windows Explorer.
A set of bindings (for C, C++, Pascal and Object Pascal) for the GEM desktop environment on MS-DOS, Atari TOS and Linux (GEMIX) as well as an application framework for C++ and Object Pascal optimized for developing GEM desktop applications.
This project aims to provide a full implementation of the GEM VDI & AES API's on a truly multi-tasking, network aware system (Linux Kernel) with the appropriate modifications to support the advanced functionality of the underlying OS.
locales configuration tool for DOS
localcfg is a 16 bit tool designed for DOS. It provides an easy way of configurating system locales by generating a custom COUNTRY.SYS file that reflects the exact preferences of the user. Compatible with FreeDOS, MS-DOS, DR-DOS, PC-DOS, and probably more.
RECWAV gives a processor-efficient display of the spectrograph of an audio file, showing the energy in the sound at each moment and frequency. It was originally developed on a '286 under DOS and now also runs under Linux with svgalib.