JNode is a Java New Operating system Design Effort. JNode is a simple to use and install Java operating system for personal use on modern devices. Any java application runs on it, fast and safe. See our homepage for additional information.
Open Source Linux driver for wireless network cards (DWL-[G]520+ PCI, DWL-[G]650+ CardBus, GL-2422MP mini-PCI, DWL-120+ USB etc.) which use the entirely undocumented Texas Instruments (TI) ACX100/ACX111 chips, for 2.4.x , 2.6.x to 3.x kernels. FreeBSD: see some other website (FIXME URL got clipped). !! BIG FAT NOTE: development (i.e., driver "releases") is happening in git source repository tree (as of 2011-09-04), thus you're expected to look there (see web site menu Code --> Git) !!
Control and automation software for the home environment. Written in Java for OS-independence, it also aspires to be multi-protocol (X10, Insteon, Zigbee, etc), and multi-channel (Swing clients, web, J2ME, etc). A home 'operating system'.
Java access to USB, currently using kernel 2.4 Linux-USB support. There is a "core" API for accessing USB devices, and simple tools including a USB viewer in Swing. Applications are being developed separately, including digital camera support.
The MemoMulot Project aims at providing an alternative DIY solution for interfacing an Uwatec Aladin scuba-diving computer with a desktop.
This is a sketch for Arduino that allows for the user to have multiple sketches on their Arduino, and then switch between them. For a video go to (coming soon). Requires Arduino 0022 or later to use get Arduino here: www.arduino.cc
This program was born as a parody of another *-Z utilities like CPU-Z or GPU-Z. It shows some basic information about OpenCL-enabled GPUs and CPUs.
Open implementation of the x86 architecture
OpenSOC86 is an open implementation of the x86 architecture in Verilog. The current version only implements the 16-bit part (real mode). The processor is a pipelined architecture clocked at 100 MHz in a Cyclone II speed grade -6. Therefore it can be seen as similar to a 486 in real mode. Several peripherals are also implemented in a somewhat minimalistic way, but enough to be able to boot an IBM PCXT compatible bios and MSDOS 6.22. The current implementation is only proven to boot the bios and DOS in simulation. The system is targeted to run on the DE2-70 board. In order to run the system in hardware a SDRAM and SRAM controller need to be added. These are currently in development.
A keyboard layout that's worth learning.
Qwpr (pronounced "qwipper", named for the first four keys) is a keyboard layout that's easy to learn (only 11 keys move from their qwerty positions), easy to type (32% better by the Carpalx metric), practical (programmer's punctuation, arrow keys, and all major accented characters easily accessed without moving your hands off the three main rows), and very complete (over 1000 unicode characters and combinations available). The project also includes the tools I used to translate this layout from OSX to Windows format; linux tools pending.
TagCentric is RFID middleware that controls heterogeneous RFID devices and gathers RFID-related data into a user-specified database. It's cost (free!) and simplicity make it ideal for use by small businesses, RFID testing facilities, and universities.
Clicker is a project for a Multitasking Open-source operating system written from scratch. based on a modular micro kernel. We want to explore new way of designing and using OSes :) [newz: PCI, NE2K and VBE]
This driver is intended to be used on any machine running Darwin or MacOS X with a JMicron SD Card reader such as the Dell Mini 9. It may also be extended to work with other SDHCI compliant hosts.
Plugin for JPilot (jpilot.org) to download pictures, photos and videos from Palm smartphones. Supports: Centro, Treo 600, Treo 650, Treo 680, Treo 700p, Treo 755p & xplor m68. The newer Treos are currently untested: Please report results in forums.
Porting of linux-gpib to Mac os x
This project aims to provide some missing GPIB function to Mac Os X. It focuses only on unsupported 82357 GPIB adapter but can be extended to other USB boards if there is a need for that in the future. The code is mainly based on linux-gpib and includes also code from fxload for mac project. This project generates a dynamic library which can be linked against any kind of application which support dylib. It also comes with a python wrapper. macosx_gpib_lib is not a kernel extension and only supports 82357x adapter for now. It has been designed for 64bits architecture but the target is 10.6. The performance is not as good as linux-gpib is as this library uses Cocoa and not low level functions.
This program allows you to use your PalmOS device as a LCD status display for your computer! You can display system stats (such as: CPU load graphs, CPU temperatures, free disk space), news alerts, stock indexes, graphs, etc. Can be used with most LCD so
The JavaBluetooth Stack is a 100% Java implementation of the Bluetooth Specifications Version 1.1. It uses the javax.comm package to address the Bluetooth chip, and implements the JSR-82 (javax.bluetooth) API. Deployment on TINI is possible.
Tools around the Scenix 48/52 series microcontrollers
Network stack for the ChipKit UNO32 and MAX32
This is a new object-oriented networking stack for the ChipKit UNO32 and MAX32 boards. It currently supports just the ENC28J60 ethernet chip, but could easily be expanded to include other network chips. It offers a full network stack, with TCP and UDP, along with the ability to have multiple ethernet connections. Multiple sockets across multiple protocols are also possible. It has been designed to have a very simple interface to take a lot of the drudgery out of ENC28J60 programming.
JavelinTools is a collection of tools for working with the Javelin Stamp manufactured by Parallax Inc. (http://www.parallax.com/javelin). It is a cross-platform way to communicate with the Javelin. The first few releases will support only Linux.
Lua FLTK is a binding of the FLTK widget set to the Lua programming language.
Supports writing Ada software for Cortex-M3, M4F boards
DEVELOPMENT OF THIS PROJECT HAS MOVED TO GITHUB, at https://github.com/simonjwright/cortex-gnat-rts This project contains various GNAT Ada Run Time Systems (RTSs) targeted at Cortex boards: so far, the Arduino Due (http://www.arduino.org) and the STM32F4-series evaluation boards from STMicroelectronics (http://www.st.com). It is intended that releases will allow the development of proprietary software (by the use of the GCC Runtime Library exception for project-developed code, and by only using manufacturer’s software where the same permission applies).
The NEO Project uses the NEO-c (Network Exchange Operation for Charity) platform to participate in various computing challenges and projects, and donates any winnings to the charities specified by its users.
unPIC is a Perl script that disassembles Microchip microcontroller's HEX files. This is a powerful tool for all reverse engeneers that creates a well understandable assembly source from a binary file. Creates xrefs, labels, subroutines and much more...
This project will implement USB device drivers for the "OSR USB FX2 Learning Kit" device by Open Systems Resources Inc on several OSes. The intent it to allow USB driver developers compare & contrasts the different OS driver development environments.
Set of various C-routines for Atmel AVR MCUs, packed in several libraries, with fancy Makefile system for easy integration with user projects. Contains functions for UART, SPI, HD44780 or T6963C LCD\'s, Dallas 1-Wire bus, AVR bootloader and more.