Open Source Solid Modeling CAD
BRL-CAD is a powerful cross-platform constructive solid geometry solid modeling system that includes an interactive geometry editor, ray-tracing for rendering & geometric analyses, network distributed framebuffer support, image & signal-processing tools.
empty - run applications under pseudo-terminal (PTY) sessions to dialogue with interactive programs. Replace TCL/Expect with a simple tool and use your favorite shell (sh, bash, csh, tcsh, ksh, zsh, etc)
The Heirloom Project provides standard Unix utilities.
Router distribution based on FreeBSD with FFRouting and Bird
BSD Router Project (BSDRP) is a open source router distribution based on FreeBSD, supporting all majors routing protocols (RIP, OSPF, BGP, ISIS, PIM, etc..) and multi-tenant capabilities that fit on a 1GB Flash disk.
A collection of scripts to handle administrative tasks on FreeBSD.
GhostBSD is a community driven project to join BSD architecture, performance and security with elegant and effective desktop computing for maximum productivity and usability. We base our work on well designed and stable open source solutions to create an easy to use, familiar environment that works out of the box.
FreeBSD GNOME LiveCD built using the latest development ports
Latest stable version - GNOME 3.26 - working Latest unstable version - GNOME 3.27 - working This project provides live systems built using the latest FreeBSD release and the latest GNOME ports from the FreeBSD GNOME project. Scripts used to build the LiveCDs are also available for downloading. The scripts are largely based on this article: https://wiki.freebsd.org/AndriyGapon/AvgLiveCD Note: This is not a general-purpose LiveCD! I track the development version instead of the stable version. If you want to do things other than previewing the latest (possibly unstable) GNOME release, please download the scripts to make your own LiveCDs. If any bug is found, please download the debug version LiveCD to find the cause and report it to the FreeBSD GNOME project or GNOME bugzilla. Starting from GNOME 3.12, most portability patches are merged upstream, so you can also directly use JHBuild on FreeBSD to check whether an issue is already fixed in the upstream.
LiveCD is a "Complete FreeBSD System running on CD".
Utility for deployment of large FreeBSD jail environments.
Utility for deployment of large FreeBSD jail environments.
Kldfind is a small script for turn easy, a search by FreeBSD Kernel Modules
A DNS based malware protection
This is a Proof of Concept Technology for protecting End Users from malware, advanced threat and other malicious content by preventing DNS malicious Request/Responses. Considerations: Virtual Hardware Recommended (ALL Back-level Compatibility): - CPU Type: x86_64 (AMD64) - 4vCPUs - 8GB RAM - 40GB On demand Virtual Disk - Intel e1000 Virtual Network Interfaces (Mandatory) Components Used: PFSense 2.3.4-Patch1 - Suricata Module - Bind Module - Cron Module - Service Watchdog Module - SNORT Community Signature + Emerging Threats for constant update. - - Bring Your Own SNORT OINKCODE to get advanced rules. #CleanDNS Project: Because Detection is Cool but Proactivity is Better!
TCP Experiment Automation Controlled Using Python
TEACUP automates many aspects of running TCP performance experiments in a specially-constructed physical testbed. TEACUP enables repeatable testing of different TCP algorithms over a range of emulated network path conditions, bottleneck rate limits and bottleneck queuing disciplines. TEACUP utilises a text-based configuration file to define experiments as combinations of parameters specifying desired network path and end host conditions. When multiple values are provided (e.g. for TCP congestion control algorithm), an experiment is made up of multiple tests. For each experiment and test, TEACUP collects a range of data, such as tcpdump files of traffic seen or TCP stack information (e.g. using Web10G). TEACUP also collects a variety of metadata from the end hosts and bottleneck router, such as the actual OS/kernel version(s) used. TEACUP also provides some simple tools for analysing the results of experiments, such as plotting a flow's experienced RTT over time.
Wibom is the Wine bottle manager. The Core is written in Bash. Wibom-gtk, the GTK+ 2 frontend, is written in Ruby. More on wibom.sourceforge.net.
Snort2Pf is a small Perl daemon which greps Snort's alertfile and blocks the "naughty" hosts for a given amount of time using pfctl.
EasyBSD is a modular automation script designed to assist in the extensive post installation process that is required in FreeBSD. The following are modules that are included with EasyBSD, Checks, Update, Security, Networking, Firewall, and more...
LIMeTool (pronounced like the fruit), is intended to be a simple and easy interface for managing accounts on an integrated Sendmail/LDAP/Cyrus IMAP installation. It's written in PHP and is realitively easy to configure and expand.
This project is an installation script and a collection of the packages required for turning a "Minimal Installation" of FreeBSD 7.1 (AMD64/ i386) into a fully functional Samba PDC with an OpenLDAP backend. Installation typically takes about 2 Minutes.
Network traffic accounting and billing system
A series of shell scripts for system administrators that takes a base install of FreeBSD and configures it to be used as a public shell server. Disk quotas, application installing, new user management, etc....
BSDocs is the document processing system for BSD Unix based on SamrtDoc. All document can be made by make such as `make pdf' or `make html'. This is made by BSD make macros with same manner of FreeBSD ports system. Various targets are ready to use.
Email2Fax and Fax2Email gateway for Asterisk, that could be integrated to your own existing Asterisk.
Box 2.0 is a advanced package manager for FreeBSD (including PCBSD and DesktopBSD) and Linux. It has many features, such as compatability with existing package managers, and mounting of packages.
Eternal Warfare is turn driven, browser based game. It will have multiple realms to play through and eventually travel back to. Development will be focused mainly on community driven systems and will also create a flexible character development system.
Web based FreeBSD administration system. Designed for use as the configuration engine for physical and virtual appliances.
Tools for developing and testing and submitting FreeBSD ports
FreeBSD Port Tools consist of the several small scripts run from port(1) front-end: - port commit: commit a port into the FreeBSD Ports CVS Repository - port create: create a new port from a template - port diff: generate a diff against a previous version of the port - port fetch: fetch distfile(s) of a new version of the port - port getpr: get patch/shar from a PR - port help: display usage summary for port(1) commands - port install: install a port - port submit: submit a PR with new port, or port change/update - port test: automate testing a new port or a port update - port upgrade: upgrade a port