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Virtual Drivers for the NT Virtual DOS Machine implementing clipboard access and joystick emulation.21 weekly downloads
EasyFlash is a flash memory cartridge for the Commodore 64 with multiple configurations and banks possible. Since it does not use traditional UV-EPROMs but Flash memory, it is possible to "burn" the cartridge using your C64. No EPROM programmer is needed.5 weekly downloads
Embedded uC software for a CrazyCar (see crazycar.fhbb.ch). This project generates code for various microcontrollers e.g. 8051, AVR, Fujitsu.1 weekly downloads
Cryptofon - a safe phone with integrated encryption.
"DSO" is a Digital Signal Oscilloscope. My DSO will be connected via the USB to the PC. All software to operate the DSO is developed within this project.
GTCop Professional Security Appliance aims to provide a powerful tool for satellite communications, with enhanced QoS and bandwidth controls. As derived from IPCop Firewall, it is a stable, secure, easy to configure and maintain GNU/Linux firewall box.
A database library to include into your own Development Projects. Its target is to provide a simple way to include a permanent Data Storage into your Applications with a Class "taken out of" a library/header.
ONS(OpenNetSitter) is an OS-Networkmanagement Software with OpenLDAP backend SNMP V1,2 & 3 and as many management task as all Admins need. Like netsaint but with dynamic discovery 3 tiers (Agends, Server and some GUIs)
The open source repository for the Professional File System for Amiga.
The läufer project was established in the summer of 1998 by students of engineering design of Darmstadt University of Technology and by students of industrial design of Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. The development and realization of a pred
Graphical OS Kernel compiled with gcc 4.6.1 and nasm 2.09.08
To build a top performing DBMS specially suited for web applications based on the DXB mini database concept since 1990. Heavy design around index structures. Available in two flavours - Library (small footprint) and Server (page caching).
nucleOS will be an 32-bit Operating System (perhaps we'll make it 64-bit later), written in Pascal and Assembler. It will be based on the i386 architecture and will support multi-tasking later on. Project is dead since 2006-03-19.