A WDM Virtual Audio Loopback Cable/Device
Virtual-Audio-Pipeline:- A WDM Virtual Audio Cable/Device It is a WDM based Virtual Audio Device Driver, can be used as a Virtual Sound Card. No Hardware is requred. Can be used as an Audio Loopback Device. The following are its Features 1. Supports PCM, WAVEEXTENSIBLE format 2. Supports 8 to 32 bit sample format 3. Supports 8000 to 192000 Hz Sample rate 4. Supports upto 7.1 surround sound 5. Supports Windows MME, DS, KS, WASAPI 6. Can be used with DAWs 7. It have Volume control support 8. It have Peakmeter support for sending feedbacks my email is email@example.com
An attempt to write a driver for Canon CAPT-printers, including, but not limited to, LBP-2900. THIS PROJECT IS OUTDATED AND INACTIVE. The new and supported version is located at https://github.com/agalakhov/captdriver
This program is a cross-platform replacement for the widely known in close circles Parameter Design tool (also known as Keywin e-Bike Lab), used to set the parameters of a e-bike controller based on the Infineon XC846 microcontroller (and various clones).
A Linux Library and GUI to control the Luxeed U7 LED Keyboard. Uses libusb 1.0 to communicate with the keyboard.
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).
This Webmin module aids in configuring the Dahdi interface to Asterisk
The legacy telephony interface to the open source Asterisk PBX is the Digium Asterisk Hardware Device Interface (Dahdi). The legacy interfaces can be FXS, FXO, ISDN BRI, T1 over USB, T1, E1 ISDN PRI and TDMoE (Dynamic Dahdi) ports. This Webmin module aids in configuring the legacy hardware devices to Asterisk PBX. Webmin was chosen because Webmin is a mature web based GUI platform that concentrates on the hardware side of a server. Webmin allows controlled secure root access to the hardware. Other web based GUIs concentrate on the software side of configuring Asterisk and do not provide root access directly. For the latest information on installing the module in FreePBX go to the Wiki - How to Install page
libdbase is a free C library for (USB) ORTEC digiBASE access from Linux userspace. It also includes a simple control program. The source is licensed under GPL-3 .
Free MSP430 Debugger is developed in two steps : a library to provide access to the debugger hardware, and a "gdbproxy" to allow users to debug their software. This project is currently working with OLIMEX MSP430 JTAG ISO & msp430-gdbproxy.
Embedded Software Framework for ARM/Cortex Microcontroller
Embedded Software Framework for ARM/Cortex Microcontroller useable especially in robotics applications but also in any other embedded software projects. The framework is based on C/C++ code and includes other open source projects like FreeRTOS, lwIP etc. and also adds additional libraries and tools to provide a powerfull set of functions for embedded software projects At the moment there is just a small Wiki in German language with little information. We will translate, update and enhance these information as soon as possible.
The control kernel for any small control system
Mini Control System Kernel is a library developed using C (avr-gcc) and avrassembelr. This library including the drivers for hardware and adds the abstract layer to make it easier to work with perephirical devices. The circuit and live example will be added later.
Genius G540 tool for Linux
Genius G540 tool for Linux, reverse engineering the windows driver.
Kernel module to manage Disc Stakka Units
Kernel Loadable Module to interface with the Disc Stakka units. Other devices to be implemented if/when I can get my hands on them. Objective is to separate the user application from the tedious management of the device (eg. constant polling to prevent their reset function, USB interaction requirements). A /dev device is created per chain through which applications can read/write status and commands. A command-line tool is included to assist with testing and to illustrate the /dev interface. Built with information from various sample coding done by others over the years, who are referenced in the code comments - many thanks to those that have gone before me.
modified Linux USB driver kernel module
modified USB driver for teaching purpose