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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.1 weekly downloads
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
uITRON is the RTOS that widely use in Japan. Original from TRON Project by Dr. Ken Sakamura. This project aims to provide ref. platform for Thai Developer. Credited to the original source code from HOS Project http://sourceforge.jp/projects/hos/.
If you'd like to spend less time on integrating data sources and focus on more fun stuff, give Talend Open Studio a try. It's free and open source.Sponsored Listing
Pascal Operating System, That will translate Freedos to Pascal --OSPine written in Turbo Pascal and NASM. I think now I will make all that useful before I release. Thank for Feedback (^_^)