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Modchip-like software for using backup copies on the Nintendo Wii video game console, running on both microcontrollers and desktop PCs
GLCD Library for ChipKit MAX32 and UNO32
Network stack for the ChipKit UNO32 and MAX32
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Client for the parallel port version of the CopyNES hardware development system.
A KDE ioslave for the Creative Nomad JukeBox MP3 player. The NJB appears as a filesystem from within Konqueror allowing mp3s to be copied to and from the NJB as usual. Playlists appear as text files and can be edited.
Using the new C# Dll from swig portability of Openobex/ObexFtp to write a nice GUI able to transfer file between two devices with obex protocol. More Info’s here: http://cs-obexftp.wiki.sourceforge.net/
DCI4 network driver for RISC OS
A QNX-based library and tools for controlling Märklin Digital model railroads over a serial interface. The Project includes a shell for interactive control and also bootable floppy disk image to easily turn any pc into a dedicated railroad controller.
"DSO" is a Digital Signal Oscilloscope. My DSO will be connected via the USB to the PC. All software to operate the DSO is developed within this project.
Ddr-Z8E is a device driver library for the Zilog Z8 Encore!(r) microcontroller. The library supports I/O, IRQ, RS-232, I2C, SPI, A/D, WDT, ticker and built in flash memory as well as utility modules, e.g. for debugging and binary number representation.
Dreamos is an operating system developed on Sega Dreamcast to be ported to an array of embedded devices. The goal of the project is to be able to run non-ported Unix programs on the Sega Dreamcast and other embedded devices with ease and POSIX compliance
This project has been inactive for a long time due to unforeseen circumstances. The previous project has been completely scrapped, but a new version is on the way. Source code for the new version will be released as soon as it is up to public release standards. Description updated 11/07/2012
The EarthMate Userland Library provides access to the usb device via libusb and POSIX threads. Target operating systems include Mac OS X, BSD, and Linux.
EasyLin is a project that aims to be useful for those who have devices that are not supported by their Operating System (currently officially supported system is Ubuntu).
Embedded Co-Design @ University of West of England Members: Matthew Browne
Library for typical microcontroller- and peripheral functions
Have an Apple notebook? Never use the "enter" key on the bottom row, but wish you had a right mouse button? Then this is the utility for you!
Atmega Ethernut/NutOS Dataflash Driver
A special-purpose 4.4BSD-based UNIX-like operating system, designed for machine control applications. Using low-cost hardware, FabBSD can be used to control a wide array of CNC milling machines, lathes, routers, process-control and automation equipment.
FreakUSB is an open source embedded USB device protocol stack. Updates to this project have been moved to http://www.freaklabs.org due to slow access from Japan. Apologies if this causes any problems.
Free Crypto Token will be a free, operating system independent and standard driven interface to smartcards, key files and other hard- and software crypto tokens. In fact FCT will be a framework for PKCS#11 modules that will also include some implementati
GPS based inexpensive life survival system(GPS Message In a Balloon), that helps emergency search and rescue teams to quickly narrow down their search area in rugged terrain, in the absence of any means of direct communication/identification possibility
The purpose of this proyect is provide with a distributed system to manage extensions to modular kernels like Linux and Solaris kernels. It also manages programs running on RTLinux.This sistem will interact with kernel extensions through GNOME.
HBAVERIFY project is developing a C-based application for testing the Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter (HBA) API, developed through the Storage Networking Industry Association (www.snia.org).