Web based FreeBSD administration system. Designed for use as the configuration engine for physical and virtual appliances.
It is FreeBSD BNEP (Bluetooth Network Encapsulation Protocol) implementation. It allows to create ethernet-like connections through bluetooth. It contains of kernel module, user-space daemon, and some useful utilities.
The FreeBSD DAQ project develops open-source drivers, tools, and libraries for data acquisition.
Tools for developing and testing and submitting FreeBSD ports
FreeBSD Port Tools consist of the several small scripts run from port(1) front-end: - port commit: commit a port into the FreeBSD Ports CVS Repository - port create: create a new port from a template - port diff: generate a diff against a previous version of the port - port fetch: fetch distfile(s) of a new version of the port - port getpr: get patch/shar from a PR - port help: display usage summary for port(1) commands - port install: install a port - port submit: submit a PR with new port, or port change/update - port test: automate testing a new port or a port update - port upgrade: upgrade a port
Our goal is to provide an easy way of generating customized bootable FreeBSD CD-ROM images. The images should provide as close to a "normal" FreeBSD system as possible, including a standard /etc/rc, and ability to run most FreeBSD applications.
Collection of scripts for unatented install of a FreeBSD server
FreeBSD VN Project - FreeBSD Documentation Translation - FreeBSD Localization (ports/src) - Porting Vietnamese specific applications
FreeCML is attempt to create free translator from C-HTML (PHP-like format, using native C for scripts) to pure C source of http-daemon.
FreeIPS is an intrusion prevention system originally coded for FreeBSD. It has the possibility of using regular expressions and byte-by-byte comparison of packet payloads. It includes plugin support, to allow maximum expandibility.
A complete re-write of the FreeBSD pkg_install tools used by the FreeBSD Port's collection, with support for in-place upgrading of packages.
Frenzy is a "portable system administrator toolkit," LiveCD based on FreeBSD. It generally contains software for hardware tests, file system check, security check and network setup and analysis. Size of ISO-image is 200 MBytes (3" CD).
GLframe is an OpenGL 3D engine which is used to create game and 3D softwares. It is a fully free and Open Source software under the BSD license.
The G.O.N.E. is a softphone (or soft phone) running over the web, fully multi-plataform, it implements the SIP protocol, and is built to work on any SIP server, like Asterisk, and others. GONE will work on a complex sistem, but this will be showed a bit
The GTK ACX Tool displays the status of the Texas Instruments (TI) ACX100 IEEE 802.11 driver.
General Sound Interface (GSI). This is a sound interface capable of controlling every detail of sound playing. It can use the following interfaces: OSS, Ultrasound (Linux 2.0.x & 2.1.x), FreeBSD (pcm), and generic /dev/audio.
GeoMail is an bundle of freebsd with postfix, postgres, cyrus imap, amavisd, openldap, apache, horde (and apps) with a "handy-dandy (tm)" install cd :)
A utility to graphically present distribution of I/O requests to a storage device on FreeBSD systems.
Gtk-based mp3 player and file runner that is controlled by Hauppauge's TvCard's IR remote control. Uses mpg123 for decoding.
GreenTymes is a application (currently in beta stages) for golf courses to create and track their tee time bookings and member information (contact info, etc.). It is built with PHP and MySQL. This allows for multiple terminals to access all the inform
Gyroe is a simple, yet powerful programming language with a very fast interpreter. It is based on the Euphoria programming language by Robert Craig.
Project to provide a simple-to-use configuration and management tool for building and managing load-balanced and failover systems.
A repository of open-source code written in the HLA (High-Level Assembler) Language including demos, applications, utilities, and code snippets.
Create HyperSpin XML lists quickly and easily
HyperSpin uses XML lists to populate selectable platform and genre games. While very large lists are publicly available from HyperList, these lists usually have way more games than desired and are difficult to edit manually. This program allows the user to create a text file listing genres and "match lines" under each genre that the user desires HyperSpin to display. The match lines are typically regular expressions, that are matched against a master xml file with all possible games desired. The program allows numerous options to deviate from strict regex processing or other unique ways to match helpful for the end purpose of quickly making the lists you want. For instance, options can be applied to a genre line, which automatically applies those options to all its match lines. See readme.txt with distribution or check the wiki for more information. For the more user-friendly GUI for this program, see: http://sourceforge.net/projects/hsxmlmakergui/?source=directory
Java GUI for HSxmlMaker
Provides a user-friendly GUI wrapper to call the command-line HSxmlMaker program, and displays output. http://sourceforge.net/projects/hsxmlmaker/?source=directory