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KEDR is an extensible system for dynamic (runtime) analysis and verification of Linux kernel modules. KEDR tools operate on the modules chosen by the user and can perform function call monitoring, fault simulation and much more.
The project aims at integrating realtime (preemp-rt) and tracing (lttng) patches into vanilla linux kernel for 64 bit PC in an industrial environment.
OpenSSI is a single-system image clustering solution for Linux. Goals for OpenSSI Clusters include availability, scalability and manageability, built from standard servers.
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A simple mouse emulator (for Linux) that can be controlled with keyboard. Useful on laptop with broken touch pad or in absence of external mouse device.
Make hotkeys work with Linux.
Project's aim is to provide automated way to build kernels and ramdisk images for use with MagicBox 1.1/2.0 hardware platform.
The PortKnocko project is composed of two parts: an iptables module (user space) and a netfilter module (kernel space). Both modules are used to implement the Port Knocking and SPA (Simple Packet Authentication).
THE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT HAS MOVED TO https://gitorious.org/linux-can - THE MAILING LIST IS NOW ON http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#linux-can - SocketCAN is the official Linux CAN subsystem (part of Mainline Linux since Kernel 2.6.25 2008-04-17)1 weekly downloads
The KIWI Image System provides a complete operating system image solution for Linux supported hardware platforms as well as for virtualisation systems like Xen.
Vinque GNU/Linux is a mini live system based on Gentoo that fits in a mini-CD of 50M. Its present size is of 28M only, with a basic system of console and X-Window System.
Linux driver and user-space tools for USB Video Class devices.
RTnet is a hard real-time network protocol stack for the real-time Linux extensions Xenomai and RTAI. ***NOTE*** SVN repository was moved back to SourceForge. See www.rtnet.org for details.
Lockboxes are an experimental high performance inter-process communication (IPC) mechanism with access control. A lockbox can be used to share data, an open file handle, and state flags, with access control defining which users, groups or processes may ha
Kernel patches and tools providing OS based support for suspending your Linux computer.
Libsdi ecapsulates the Serial Attached SCSI Device Interface (SDI) for Linux. Storage management applications can then use the API provided by this library to support multiple vendors SAS controllers on both 2.4 and 2.6 Linux kernels.
Zelkova is a firewall with capabilities of Intrusion Prevention System. It is based on Linux kernel, but does not use the traditional netfilter packet filter firewall.
jammod is a program which loads a Linux kernel module without support from the kernel. To accomplish this, jammod writes the module file directly into kernel memory (/dev/kmem) and links it.
sorcerer-tools is a collection of scripts to be used within the sorcerer linux distribution
Trieste is a distributed file system aimed to be adaptable via policies.
A bleeding-edge kernel patch-set aimed at improving performance and adding functionality.
Atomic Linux aims to provide a unique Linux experience by tailoring a system for the individual user, be they a new-comer to Linux or a self-professed Linux guru. The Atomic Linux operating system is designed to deliver this with a tweakable, minimali
This project aims to port linux on the ETC WEP (Wireless Embedded Platform).
This project provides a driver for Atmel AT76c503/AT76c505/AT76c505a based WLAN (802.11b) USB devices. It is a completely rewritten version of the original driver at http://sourceforge.net/projects/atmelwlandriver/.2 weekly downloads
A driver for the ELSA MC-2 wireless lan PCMCIA card for linux kernels 2.2.x and 2.4.x (which may also support the ZCOM WL2430 card in the future)