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HLBR is an IPS (Intrusion Prevention System) that can filter packets in the OSI layer 2. Detection of malicious traffic is done by rules. It can even be used as bridge to honeypots. The HLBR is a firewall element and can use regular expressions. Warning: this project was discontinued and should not be used in production networks. There are several bugs.
HSFTP (Hybrid sftp) is developing to transmit the large size file at high speed on the long distance and wideband infrastructure. It has achieved the fast transfer by changing the file transfer part of sftp into the UDP (using UDT). cf. HSCP.
HSSH (Hybrid ssh) is developing to transmit the large size data at high speed on the long distance and wideband infrastructure. It has achieved the fast transfer by changing both ways pipeio transfer of ssh into the UDP (using UDT). cf. HSCP
HTML Viewer/ Composer Project for Mobile Device
High-available Opensource based LDAP environment.
Just a repo for my filterscripts and includes
Hotline compatible server/client/tracker for unix. Protocol documentation and extensions.
iidcapi provides a standardized interface to control an IEEE1394, IIDC compliant digital camera
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'iimei' stands for Integration of Input Method Engine and Interpretation. This project aims for seamless communication in instant messenging between two foreigners of each other, or comsumption of text-based live broadcasts in different languages.
A natural language engineering platform for processing Japanese.
Job Arranger for Zabbix is an open source job scheduler for Zabbix is very famous integrated monitoring software. It is an add-on software of Zabbix. Job Arranger for Zabbix uses MySQL/PostgreSQL(same schema of Zabbix Database) to store data. The server and agent are written in C Language. and the client GUI is written in C#. The basic structure of Job Arranger for Zabbix is the same as Zabbix. Job Arranger for Zabbix use the basic information of Zabbix they are the user accounts, roles, host, and etc. Released under the terms of GNU General Public License version 2, Job Arranger for Zabbix is free software. English Web Site http://job-scheduler.fitechforce.com/ http://job-scheduler.fitechforce.com/reference-manual_2.1/ http://job-scheduler.fitechforce.com/install-manual_2.1 http://job-scheduler.fitechforce.com/reference-manual_2.1/ Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Job_Arranger_for_Zabbix Japanese Web Site http://xn--yck0c5b3804be7h.fitechfor
KanjiTest/KanjiTable was originally developed by Jason Neudorf for the Palm platform (GPL license, C, http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/~jcjneudo/). KanjiTable is a Kanji database browser. KanjiTest is an application to learn/test Kanji.
This project develops the systemcall tracing function in Linux kernel and its analysis tool without change of Linux Kernel source code. Thus user uses them on the existing Linux system without recompile.
The goal of this project is to build a very large ontology. What is intended is a multiple inheritence taxonomy with properties. Usual ontologies like OpenCyc or ThoughTreasure weights a few megabytes. The project will build a 100 megabyte ontology.
A small but powerful multiplatform/multiarch webserver daemon.
GNOME/GTK+ Feed Reader
A city simulation game, a polished version of the classic LinCity game. In the game, you are required to build and maintain a city. You can win the game either by building a sustainable economy or by evacuating all citizens with spaceships.
Linux XTP(Xpress Transport Protocol) is a kernel-space implementation of XTP/IP protocol suite for Linux. XTP is reliable transport protocol like TCP, but its performance is far faster then TCP and also support multicast.
Model-free recursive LQ controller with GSL and ODE
MPIUnit is a unit testing framework for MPI programming.
Provides possibility to change external monitor brightness (backlight) from within Mac OS X using your keyboard/mouse.
MATE Desktop Environment, a non-intuitive and unattractive desktop for users, using traditional computing desktop metaphor. Also known as the GNOME2 fork.
Matsushima is "Micro-Kernel" for Virtualization Environment Project.
This proyect goal is to provide small-useful tools for the linux box. Tools like automount/umount program, syncronization tools for bookmarks and addressbook and others, mainly for KDE system.