Simple program that displays information about CUDA-enabled devices. The program is equipped with GPU performance test.
GPL'd firmware for the CUL family of devices
culfw is a GPL'd firmware for the CUL family of devices from http://busware.de. culfw is used in conjunction with the CUL/CUN/CUR and a high level software like fhem to automate some common tasks in the household like switching lamps / shutters / heating / etc. and to log events like temperature/humidity/power consumption. culfw supports following RF protocols: "SlowRF" mode: FS20: send/receiveo, FHT: send/receive, S300: receive, EM1000: receive, HMS: receive, Hoermann: receive. ESA2000: receive, Lacrosse TX2/TX3: receive, Intertechno: send BidCos(R) in the "AskSin" mode (20kHz datarate, FM). HomeMatic(R) Wireless devices use this protocol. When configured as an RFR (RF-Router) client, then a CUL plugged into a wall socket can communicate via high-speed RF to the base, while serving all the SlowRF protocols. CUNO: OneWire and InfraRed support.
CUPS back-end for the canon printers using the proprietary USB over IP BJNP protocol. This back-end allows Cups to print over the network to a Canon printer. The design is based on reverse engineering of the protocol. Version 2.0 adds ink-level reporting and improved out-of-paper detection. Version 2.0.1 is now released under GPLv2 or later to be compatible with the changed cups license. No other changes.
Multiplatform USB DFU host utility
dfu-util is a host side implementation of the DFU 1.0 and DFU 1.1 specifications of the USB forum. DFU is intended to download and upload firmware to/from devices connected over USB.
eilin is a Linux utility to control settings of EIZO monitors.
eilin is a Linux library and an utility to control settings of EIZO monitors.
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Linux driver for the tablet buttons of Fujitsu Siemens Tablet PCs (Lifebooks P-, T- and U-Series, Stylistic T and ST5xxx). * PLEASE NOTE: the latest release from this project is old and does not build anymore; the driver is maintained in the mainline kernel *
Allows Linux users to use a standard foot pedal as a mouse
The foot pedal emulates a mouse in conjunction with up to 4 modifier keys, ALT, CONTROL, SHIFT and ESCAPE. Functions available are Left Click, Double Click, Right Click, Cursor Up, Cursor Down, Cursor Left, Cursor Right, Wheel Scroll Up, Wheel Scroll Down, Middle Click, Page Up, Page Down, Window Select, Close window, Minimise window and Null (define an option that does nothing) - Many foot pedals come with software, often MS Windows only, which allows you to program the pedals to perform some function or other, Footmouse does away with the proprietary software and allows you to assign Mouse commands to a pedal or a pedal with a modifier key. All functions can be assigned as you require. Designed principally to help people who have difficulty operating a Mouse but able to operate a foot pedal. By its very nature, moving about the screen is slow compared with using a mouse but it does the job, if you can't use a mouse.
FreeNAS Temperature Report
FreeNAS Temperature Report is a small server program that provides temperature readings for your FreeNAS unit. Install this program on your FreeNAS, then use your web browser and go to http://hostname:33380 to see your temperature readings. Installation instructions: http://sourceforge.net/p/freenas-tempreport/wiki/Install/
hdparm - get/set ATA/SATA drive parameters under Linux
i-nex system hardware lister
I-Nex is an application that gathers information for hardware components available on your system and displays it using an user interface similar to the popular Windows tool CPU-Z.
A collection of open source and public domain software for Java, XML, and Cocoa, primarily. Some projects: ThreadWorker, Xmlizable, Base64, Tabu Search.
iWattnick: the ultimate e-bike computer
iWattnick aims to be a top-class computer for e-bikes, e-scooters, e-motorcycles. It is equipped with a large B/W screen, two buttons, accelerometer, magnitometer, current and voltage sensors, light sensor, internal temperature sensor, battery-backed real-time clock, a buzzer and has connection ports for external speed sensor (motor Hall, phase or reed switch), a Bluetooth SPP dongle, up to three temperature sensors (TMP36, LM35, KTY83 etc), cadence sensor, throttle handle, output to controller throttle input. The project includes: The hardware (schematics & drawings) The firmware (microcontroller program) The software (for mobile phones and PC) Project developement is being tracked (in Russian) here: http://electrotransport.ru/ussr/index.php?topic=24226.0
control cd organizer devices with a plugin-based architecture. Currently supports Dacal DC-300 and KDS CDM-751
libcpuid provides CPU identification for the x86. It wraps the CPUID and RDTSC instructions in a portable manner and provides a lot of technical info about the processor, such as vendor, core codename, features/instruction sets, cache sizes, and more.
Provides functionality for gaming input devices
Portable library for accessing the NVIDIA 3D Stereo Controller.
libuio is a light-wight C programming library to handle UIO device discovery and binding task.
A cross-platform library that gives apps easy access to USB devices
Library to enable user space application programs to communicate with USB devices
A complete software solution for windows usb devices
libusbK is a complete driver/library solution for vendor class usb device interfaces. If you are a usb developer or usb device manufacturer seeking a driver solution for a new USB widget then libusbK could be for you. libusbK encompasses a 100% WinUSB compatible api/funtion set. All WinUSB power/pipe polices are fully supported by the libusbK driver. In Addition, libusbK has full support for isochronous endpoints and an extensive set of additional modules to simplify development. Source code repository using Subversion is in Google Code. http://code.google.com/p/usb-travis/source/checkout
An Open-Source Library for Low-Power Approximate Computing Modules
The “lpACLib” library contains the VHDL description of accurate and approximate versions of several arithmetic modules (like adders and multiplier of different bit-widths) and accelerators. Moreover, it also provides the corresponding software behavioral models/implementations developed in C and MATLAB to enable quality characterization. Besides our novel designs, it also contains implementations for several state-of-the-art arithmetic modules and their approximate versions. This open-source library facilitates research and development in approximate computing at higher abstraction levels, and to facilitate reproducible research and comparisons. In case of usage, please refer to our publication: Muhammad Shafique, Rehan Hafiz, Semeen Rehman, Walaa El-Harouni, Jörg Henkel, "Cross-Layer Approximate Computing: From Logic to Architectures", Design Automation Conference (DAC), 2016. Contributors: Authors, Vanshika Baoni, M. Abdullah Hanif http://ces.itec.kit.edu/lpACLib.php
lsperf is an utility listing performance of various computer components.
Simple App to monitor macOS temperature
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.
Identify sizes of memory modules installed on most UNIX-based systems
Identify sizes of memory modules installed on a Solaris, Linux, FreeBSD or HP-UX workstation or server. memconf reports the size of each SIMM/DIMM memory module installed in a system. It also reports the system type and any empty memory sockets. In verbose mode, it also reports the following information if available: - banner name, model and CPU/system frequencies - address range and bank numbers for each module