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HavokMUD - Havok is a text base MUD written entirely in C. Havok has followed the diku family tree (Diku, Silly, Dale) to become a very modified and unique MUD . Our goal is to create a stable, fun filled, newbie friendly environment. telnet:\\havok.beirdo.ca port:6969
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The FOX (Free Open *X) toolkit is a lightweight replacement for GNU's userland mainly on Linux, based partially on code ported from NetBSD.
XMLSysInfo (XSI) is a system monitoring daemon that replies to network queries with vital system information and statistics in an easily parsed XML format. It supports all the major BSDs, Linux and Solaris.
Alphamote is an aiming to provide a free, open source alternative to Sony's Remote Camera Control software, which can be used to control Sony's alpha DSLR cameras via the USB port (changing settings, triggering, downloading, ...).
A library built on top of libnids to add protocol identification functionality.
muhttpd is a simple but complete web server written in portable ANSI C, supporting logging, CGI scripts, MIME type based handlers, and HTTPS. It has been tested on various Unix environments on 32-bit, 64-bit, little endian and big endian systems.
sigsafe is a C library for safely, reliably, and promptly handling signals delivered to specific threads without significant overhead. This is a common and challenging problem, and sigsafe can help. Please see the examples in the API documentation.