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Project ZeroSlackr is a custom iPodLinux installation system. The aim of the project is to provide a simple, coherent, easy-to-use and newbie friendly method of installing iPodLinux on iPods and trying out various emulators, apps, tools and and content.1 weekly downloads
This project has been made to create an entirely new graphical user interface for iPodLinux users. Podzilla will no longer be a tree of menus, but a elegant visual display.1 weekly downloads
Using Philips (NXP) boards LPC2148, LPC2138 and LPC2103 (ARM7 CPU) we are going to attempt to get an RTOS to work on them, such as MicroC/OSII that has a text based input output using HyperTerminal.
The Netwrix Auditor Effective Permissions Reporting Tool enables you to quickly track down who has access to what across both AD and file servers, see how that access was gained, and get ready-to-use reports in a few clicks. It is free of charge and will never expire, so you can be sure it’ll be there for you when you need it most.Are you an IT pro at a company with 250+ employees?Advertisement
Project Fish is a start kit for those who want to have study with ARM/PCB/DDK/.Net. PF will start from a Digital thermometer, with the implement of Hard ware design, firmware, Windows driver and app, the participator will got understading in that fields.
Simple Lossless Ad-hoc Protocol (SLAP) is designed to be used for wireless digital data transfer on embedded systems. The program is built for uClinux, a derivative of Linux designed for embedded microcontrollers, but can be easily ported.
'finddouble' application searches into a directory and all its sub directories. If it finds several times the same file, a warning message is displayed, but no other action is taken. It's main use is to help you optimize you disk usage.