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Tellu inventory management software collects hardware/software data automatically from network, and stores data in MySQL database. Data is easily accessed by comprehensive UI, which can be also used to store devices, services, passwords, files, etc.
Tool Suite related to the design of websites: *CuSS.cgi,html/xhtml document analiser which uses CSS. *SRML, System Requirements Markup Language ( XML Schema & XSLT ).
DKU is an embedded parallel language, or "piggy-back" language that uses function calls to invoke the language's execution model. It tunes task-size to the hardware while hiding hardware details for high performance portability of parallel code.
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Maiden-core is a Linux kernel robotics API module, extensible in Erc. The Maiden Project also documents and develops the Maiden architecture for mobile robots, a set of (optional) designs and standards for robots using the Maiden-core API.
Interface to allow access to UDF datasets from within IDL
A set of bash/perl scripts that download from a ftp server the rpms needed to update a RH host.
This Webmin module aids in configuring the Dahdi interface to Asterisk
Webmin module to allow dialup connections to be configured and established.
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Devicetool is a tool to help users to administer and inspect devices on a Solaris system. It can display OBP aliases, map pathes from /devices to Solaris device names (e.g. c0t0d0s3) and inspect the kernel device tree.
This project is for the Device Drivers and user-space tools for the <a href= http://www.centurion-cd.com/product-dischub.html>Centurion DiscHub.</a>. The device is a 100 CD+-RW/DVD+-RW/DVD-RAM drive with a robotic 100 Disc changer.
a prototype for managing security systems, as portable as a house key, as flexible as a hasp lock, as easy-to-use as a garden gate, as scalable as a rope, and as a strong as steel
hardware log monitor that will display log behaviour via various hardware (parallel port, USB devices, ...). You can specify pattern(regexp) in log(s) on which hardware will turn on. It has also some unique ways of visualization of log files.
iPod was designed to work with the Mac. It was almost immediately made to work with Windows. Now I want to make it work with Linux. I started this project in hopes that it would become a central repository for all the work that is going on.
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Linux XP is a new linux distribution. The main idea of Linux XP is to provide people who never tried linux before with an easy-to-use linux distribution without the hassle of re-partitioning their HD and going thru complicated processes of configuring H
pleXus is a framework that allows you to control multiple programs (modules) by means of events, messages and simple scripting. We use it to build things like a remote controlled radio/mp3box or to control external hardware. (like robots or a house)
Rackview is a Perl module that assists in visualizing a Data Center\'s computer rack layouts by creating a web page with HTML tables to show a frontview of the racks. Included are brief commandline and CGI scripts to demonstrate its implementation.
administration tool for getting/changing linux 2.6 scsi log level in an user-friendly way
Linux driver for the Philips SRM 7500 remote control. This remote control uses a USB dongle implementing IEEE 802.15.4 MAC layer for bidirectional RF communication which also allows controlling the remote's small display.
Simple rack/removable hard disk management. Mounts partitions not mentioned in fstab, possibly by volume name. Intended for desktop machines, either run by unprivileged users, or people who often swap hard disks.