Portable DHCPv6 implementation
Dibbler is a portable DHCPv6 implementation. Is supports stateful (i.e. IPv6 address granting) as well as stateless (i.e. option granting) autoconfiguration for IPv6. Linux 2.4/2.6/3.0, Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8 (experimental for NT4/2000), Mac OS X, FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD.
Webbsyte login is a program to interface with UNIX/Linux users to be able to login to their computer. There is currently a login program that is installed with UNIX, but we are going to build one with even bigger possibilities. Webbsyte Login will inte
Etherboot is Open Source code for creating boot ROMs for network booting x86, AMD64, Itanium, Hammer, Hyperstone and ARM (noMMU) platforms.
The netboot project allows booting a diskless PC over a TCP/IP based network using standard protocols like BOOTP, DHCP and TFTP. It is able to boot Linux, FreeBSD, multiple DOS variants (including MS-DOS, PC-DOS, PTS-DOS, OpenDOS, NovellDOS, FreeDOS)
eINIT is an Init System for POSIX-compliant operating systems. The primary focus is on speed and modularity and, unlike other init systems, this one can be used in combination with others. Benchmarks suggest that einit is faster than initng and upstart.
This project is intended to be a simple boot loader to bootstrap a FreeBSD PPC kernel on the PS3 so that other developers can start porting the complete OS to the target platform. A otheros.bld file and build process will be supplied with the code.
FreeBSD Control Center is a tool that provides a graphical environment for configuration, tuning and making services available in an few clicks of the mouse.
The bootd project allows netbooting a wide variety of clients using different protocols using one configuration and one server daemon, with good configurability and diagnostics.
Open source utility to (re)program flash BIOS chips. Initial support will be for the i-opener network appliance under Qnx since there is an immediate need.
Small program to run from rcNG to start/stop user processes at bootup/shutdown. A few security checks are performed and the user's rcNG scripts are run as the UID of the owner.