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 Hewlett-Packard Co. Linux Inkjet Driver Project has moved! Our new site is: http://hplip.sourceforge.net
** Note: This projected has been halted. Please join #lg4l @ irc.freenode.net for more info.** A system of libraries and utilities to operate the Logitech G19 Gaming keyboard in linux and related operating systems.
Superseded by the GSPCA driver in the mainline kernel. Development now at http://linuxtv.org/ [Formerly: Linux device driver for SPCA50X based USB cameras (Intel PC Camera Pro)]
As Guillemot inc. doesn't plan to release Linux drivers for the ISIS card, the linux communtity will have to. So some reverse engineering is needed. The goal is to create an ALSA driver for the maxisound ISIS,
This program allows the user's laptop to act as a trip computer displaying fuel economy, speed, and other information about a car which is connected through a hardware device to the parallel port.
This project provides driver and software for AIPTEK USB Tablets under FreeBSD.
The mpf70 project aims to provide both a Linux kernel module and a userspace program to interface the Mpman MP-F70 portable MP3 player.
Linux driver for Soundgraph's iMON PC infrared remote control (http://imon.soundgraph.com) This project is stopped.
This project is dedicated for supporting large SMP and cc-NUMA platform configuration using ACPI 2.0 or later, including cc-NUMA configuration support and implementation of various module drivers for hotplug, sleep states and large I/O subsystem.
This project was a kernel-module to support webcams based on the NW802 chipset. Jean-François Moine added support for those in the mainline kernel some time ago, so you should just update your kernel, this project is purely for historical purposes.
This project is largely defunct. The lpfc driver has been upstream for many years and can be readily found in the distributions. Recent driver kits can be found on the Emulex.com website as well as websites for various OEMS. OLD: This project is a development area for a Linux Device driver for Emulex Fibre Channel HBA's, targetting the Linux 2.6 kernel. For White Papers and Errata, please see the driver download area. SCST support has just been added!!
Kernel device driver to support the Application Panel found on Fujitsu Lifebook notebook computers, written in C, initially for FreeBSD and Linux
HAC4Linux is a bicycle computer application for Linux. This programme is also available for Win32 (HAC4Windows) and MacOSX(HAC4Mac). Supported are different bicycle computers and heart rate monitors by different manufacturers.
iidcapi provides a standardized interface to control an IEEE1394, IIDC compliant digital camera
C Linux printer driver development for the Lexmark X125 All-in-one printer/scanner/fax.
This library make it possible to easily access speech synthesis.
The goal of the c6x-tools project is to provide an Open Source development environment for users of the TI TMS320C6x DSP family. This includes (but is not limited to) the following commonly-used devices: 'C6211, 'C6711, 'C6201 and 'C6701.
A Tcl/Tk library and program to allow easy printing to the Nintendo Gameboy Printer from a PC.
A Linux mouse driver for the Wii remote that doesn't need Python or uniput. All you need is a Wii remote, a bluetooth adapter, and gcc.
This project should bring as much as possible ZyXEL modem drivers to Mac OS X/Darwin.