Lightget is an open hardware and open software project to build computer controlled systems with LEDs and/or other light sources. The ultimate goal is to provide illumination and visual entertainment in a convenient, low-cost solution.
A simple GUI tool to make projectors work with Linux. Includes options to mirror screen, or use projector as a second screen.
This is a debian package that contains a program for connecting with internet through MTS Connect. It is developed under UBUNTU 8.10 and GNOME for modems ADU-500A and ADU-510A.
This is a Python script which allows you to move the Kysoh's TuxDroid.
Parapin makes it easy to write code under Linux that controls individual pins on a PC parallel port. This kind of control is very useful for electronics projects that use the parallel port as a generic digital I/O interface (instead of as a printer port)
Widgets to view infos about your computer (only Ubuntu and Debian dist
A simple program to show hours, date and computer infos, how your distro, architeture and processor.
PootyPedia is a tool to track the hardware in use by a software project. Its client software finds the hardware and reports it, while the server software tracks the reports and keeps them organized in a database.
PyJSW is a set of Python bindings for the libjsw joystick wrapper library. This Python module provides an object interface to any joystick devices supported by libjsw.
This project has been moved out to SourceForge.
Service and handler code for a power/reset button
This project includes a spin/wait handler for processing reset/shutdown behavior from a button, configuration files for setting this up as a service, and instructions for placing the files and enabling the service.
Mind the re-programmable hardware, even CPU for most mobile devices. Flushable devices. Flushable CPU, modem, camera - any kind of EMPTY NAND device, creating a new one by the engineering forth and back and forward again. We recreate the world
This is userspace code the enters and exits the IBM Premium Real Time feature set. This code is also responsible for reporting ecc errors that are reported by Linux.
This project is a python script to abstract S.M.A.R.T. messages from /var/log/messages (from the smartd daemon) into .csv file(s), one for each disk, suitable for graphing.
A Deliberately Non-Object-Oriented Python Interface to COMEDI
aka: Schlang - A Deliberately Non-Object-Oriented Python Interface to COMEDI COMEDI datatypes and functions are replicated though this interface using the Python ctypes library. This allows the user to interface directly with comedi-lib though the comfortable interface of a Python interpreter.Object-Orientation of the interface is deliberately not provided so the coding style will loosely mimic C -- in this way, Schlang can be used to prototype and debug complex programs that will later be written in C.
Scsiaddgui provides a graphical user interface for the command line program Scsiadd. Scsiadd allows to add (or remove) SCSI devices like scanners to (from) your system without having to reboot. With Scsiaddgui you can do this with a mouse-click.
The goal of the See&Touch project is to design/implement a special mouse for disabled people, which allows a person to fully control a computer by using just vision and one single body movement. This project develops hardware, firmware and software.
Shared memory arrays for multiprocessing with NumPy. import numpy import sharedmem as shm arr = shm.empty(...) arr = shm.zeros(...) arr = shm.ones(...)
This project delivers Linux support (USB driver and Tools) for a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) cards of the Signal Ranger series, see http://www.softdb.com/product_dsp.shtml for details) connected to a Linux host via USB.
Python scripts that layer over sispmctl and provide a dbus server and a pretty gnome applet in the foreground.
A tray applet that detects speedtouch 330 modems, extracts their firmware, and then connects them using ppp. Allows a basic user to use a Speedtouch 330 modem to get onto the internet
This is a group of people (feel free to join us), developing small programs. We're mainly develop the program/script, Syscriptor, that displays information about your hardware and software.
Sysglance profiles the linux computer, providing the user withan at-a-glance snapshot of the computer. The program is Python based and currently relies on the dmidecode utility to collect the majority of it's information.
A small application for unmounting devices
Project to Design and Implement a new programming language. The language is named Hybrid (c), as it's nature. We "build on" existing languages (Python & others), and not start from scratch (as C++ builds on C). see Docs.
Touchd is a userspace daemon which runs Apple-like multitouch on Linux. It interfaces with the Apple hardware to gather the user input.