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Universal eject command for Linux, FreeBSD and DragonFly BSD1 weekly downloads
Vermont (VERsatile MONitoring Tool) is a network monitoring toolkit featuring a PSAMP probe, an IPFIX collector and aggregator, a library for exporting IPFIX/PSAMP data, and a SQL-based graphical network analyzer.1 weekly downloads
VIRCu "Virtual IRCu" Development1 weekly downloads
The wth code implements the serial communication protocol to read und store Ultimeter, 1-Wire, WMR9x8 weatherstation data to SQLITE database. I2C and WS2000 sensors supported.1 weekly downloads
xMule is an easy to use synchronizing fork of the popular eMule client and the mature parent of aMule. xMule currently supports GNU/Linux, and *BSD. Future versions might also support Windows and the MacOS X operating systems.1 weekly downloads
Aesalon is a program behaviour visualization tool. Instead of static analysis on source code or performance profiling, other aspects such as thread interaction, mutex/semaphore status, dynamically-allocated memory, and file/socket I/O are visualized.
A light to mid weight desktop environment for FreeBSD systems, based on the QT4 toolkit.
Amiga DJ is an initiative to create a full Disc Jockey application for the m68k Amiga, without using MUI or MagicWB. We plan to have a playlist and multiple virtual playback decks with crossfading, possibly later adding a hardware interface. See the Wik
Web content manager and community system. Arctek provides a framework for the rapid and flexible development of modules. It also has a simple yet robust page template system. News, Polls, Articles, File Manager, Calendar, Mail, and more.
Kiosk - Bootable live kiosk/POI
Bouda is program launcher based on GTK+ and Cairo. It takes many ideas from other launchers and panels like gnome-panel, engage etc.
C11 is a user-interface-server for the console built-up on the S-Lang library (http://www.s-lang.org) that can be used on several architectures and operating systems.
Portable POSIX-complient operating environment built atop the Inferno microkernel.
CMS for your web project! Easy to install, to learn, to use! All information about product on www.devmgr.ru.
ICQ like client for Symbian OS 9.2
Eternal Lands is a MMORPG written in C using SDL/OpenGL for graphics. This is the CVS repository for the client, map editor and configuration utilities.
A project for creating a (currently) single-user Personal Organizer for Haiku OS. The project moved to sourceforge due to possible close of BerliOS.
FeedReader is a feed aggregator app for Palm webOS. Besides supporting RSS and ATOM feed, it offers basic support for audio and video podcasts.
Flexhalo is an open source CMS system. Build on PHP , MYSQL , Zend AMF and FLEX ActionScript 3.0 plateform. This project looks like a Wordpress with Flex face.
An open-source Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Dieses Projekt simuliert künstliches Leben in einer Unix-artigen Umgebung. Dieses künstliche Leben sind kleine eigenständige Programme, die sich fortpflanzen, dabei mutieren und somit den Gesetzen der Evolution unterliegen.
GNUtri aims to be web-based nutrition software. Users will be allowed to enter products they have consumed and get reports about it. Also it will be possible to add/delete/modify existing products.
"Goodies for Xfce" includes additional software and artwork that is related to the Xfce desktop environment, but not part of the core desktop.