AiR-Boot is a x86 boot-loader that resides completely in track 0 of the harddrive. It‘s also independent of any OS, features a BIOS-like built-in setup, is localized to German, Dutch, French, Italian, Russian (including Cyrillic) and Swedish.
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Boot Integrity Services (BIS) is a CDSA application. BIS adds digital signatures to boot images obtained via PXE and DHCP/BOOTP protocols. BIS includes tools for creating keys, certificates, and digital signatures, and remotely configuring BIS clients.
GRAND UNIFIED BOOT LOADER FOR USB
FOR WINDOWS USERS WHO WANT TO JUMP TO LINUX EASILY/PAINLESSLY WITH A FAST BOOTING USB FLASH DRIVE. LATEST VERSION AT www.grub4usb.com A simplified "FAMILY TREE"/"Ancestor" perspective: www.grub4usb.com for more. Introduction (from http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/) GRANDPA: GRUB is a Multiboot boot loader. It was derived from GRUB, the GRand Unified Bootloader, originally by Erich Stefan Boleyn. DAD: GRUB4DOS made it easier for Windows/DOS users, but was still unreliable; the boot record was difficult to install for average users. GRUB4USB was developed to automate the installation of the correct 446 bytes to the boot sector, providing Windows Users with a bootable USB Flash Drive which could contain any flavor of Linux (or other OS). IDIOT PROOF: GRUB4USB is "AUTOMATIC AND HANDS FREE". Simply insert USB Flash Drives, they're detected, the boot record is installed with a Linux distribution to quickly create functional, bootable USB Flash Drives; aka LIVE USB.
Several small projects; A simple UDP chat program in visual basic, a full screen movie player, a tv guide program for Canberra, Australia
Alternative operating system for digital camera's using a clarity ASIC (eg gsmart 350) written in C and assembler. In a later stage extra hardware (sound, input devices..) will also be added. This will result in a very cheap wearable computer