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The year is 2050. Wars between nations have been outlawed. Instead, the new warriors are the Elite programmers of every nation. Wars are fought in a virtual arena using automated bots that are controlled using a computer language similar to C.
A powerful set of IRC Services written in the C programming language, with a centralized multithreaded Proxy scanner (with support for single server scan bots) and statistical services, designed to run as a daemon on BSD systems.
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
Network traffic accounting and billing system
BSDBox is somewhat same as PicoBSD, but It fits on flash(e.g. CF card, USB stick, DOC/DOM chip, 8MB is enough), not on floppy.
Porting ext2fs from NetBSD to FreeBSD, a rather simple but practical filesystem based on UFS1 sources.
BSDSAR is a System Activity Reporter for FreeBSD. It is very useful if you have a server that is used for NFS, web, ftp, samba, etc, serving and you need to know how heavily loaded the box is.
Bayonne is supported from Savanna.gnu.org. Please visit there. Sourceforge is generally depreciated except for mailing lists, but updated releases will be posted here from time to time.
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BetaFTPD is a single-threaded FTP daemon, making it very fast (contrary to common belief) while still remaining small (about 20 kB compiled) and providing a decent amount of functionality.
Blackboard implements a lightweight, portable tuple space suitable for multi-agent system and distributed component design. Supports implicit invocation via content-filtered asynchronous events, blocking call semantics, and shared memory messaging.
CCC Cron Cluster is a job scheduling program which runs cron like and ad-hoc jobs on tcp/ip clusters. The Controller and the Client run on any POSIX compliant sytsem with gcc and Inet socket libraries. It is controlled from a web interface in Perl/PHP.
A Bash script for downloading and installing additional Clamav definition files.
Software for reliable url cloaking system using low q.o.s hosts and lines such as home PC's and dsl or cable connections. CDUCK combined DNS-server and webserver functionality and strict security for the creation of reliable domain web cloaking.
Caudium WebServer is a single process multi-threaded webserver. It has a built-in pre-processing language and includes an easy to use web-based configuration interface.
A Web server with built-in small language for database support. Very easy to use and write scripts.
Cerber -- system firewall mechanism. It's a kernel module, which is a complete security solution for FreeBSD.
Simple and powerful chat client/server system for your web pages. Support channel administration, irc-like commands, connections filtering, extensive logging and much more. Works in any Java compliant web browser.
The Cinch Wireless Project is aimed at providing a tool to sort through wireless networks and automatically select the best one to use, all while using the existing interface in a easy to understand programming layout.
An attempt to develop a clean, professionally exemplar Ultima Online server implementation that serves as a framework for people willing to develop their own MMORPG server software.
Cookie is a modular PHP IRC bot, taking off where Matt Sparks' IQ Bot left off, and provides robust functionality such as process controls, a wide module set, SQL logging, etc. Cookie Bot uses the original GPL license provided with the IQ framework.
The BCR flavor of Cooperative Data Sharing (CDS) is a scalable, portable, flexible C-based API and daemon for initiating and communicating between processes/threads in uniprocessor and multiprocessor (e.g. distributed, SMP, and parallel) platforms.
CrypTunnel is a generic cryptographed tunnel for tcp connections. its goal is to allow connections through "mean" firewalls and proxies with the tunnel and protect the content of the packages with cryptography
This is cryptographic disk driver for FreeBSD. It provides transparent encryption and decryption of selected devices. It is based on vn(4).
A custom irc server based on Undernet IRCu. SubLinux Coder Committee
Cyrix is a feature rich, text-based chat daemon that is based on IRC but with many original enhancements and functions aimed at enhancing the chat experience.