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Spoc is a system policy control framework for expressing policy rules in simple C++ code.
Switchboard is a hardware driver abstraction library for LabVIEW™ applications. Once integrated with you application you can acquire data from new devices simply by editing a text config file to let Switchboard know about your device.
An eco-system of RTSC-based embedded C/C++ components that furnish a rudimentary hardware abstraction layer comprising basic I/O and threading services which can support a wide-range of embedded platforms.
The TI994A is a popular computer and Operating System based on Texas Instruments TMS 9900 16 bit microprocessor. Therefore we have an original platform with nice perspectives on small mashines (suh as mobile phones, palm PCs).
An expansion module to the UIO-Framework to be able to register PCI devices to the Linux kernel (2.6.26) within the userspace driver. Additional, the use of DMA transfers will be made available.
WDM USB device driver for the ASCII TranceVibrator.
Similar to fuse, this allows userspace processes to manage a virtual block device in Linux.
X-RT: A portable multiprocessor real-time scheduling framework
The `Olelo Hawai`i Linux Project consists of several related subprojects that center around making Linux more accessable and useful for Hawaiian language speakers.
A Bluetooth Protocol Stack for the TI-84 Plus series of calculators.
dfuBSD is a fork of dfu-util without the libusb dependency for BSD users
Open-source drivers for DisplayLink USB graphics devices (i.e. DL-120, DL-160, NanoVision displays etc.)
Multiplatform and Multiprotocol driver for QLogic Host Bus Adapters. Runs on Solaris, NetBSD, FreeBSD and Linux. Support both initiator and target mode. Supports QLogic 1020 SCSI through Qlogic 25XX FC cards.
FreeBSD I2C generic i/o device drivers for I2C sensors
Genius G540 tool for Linux
Sample code for controlling the Juiceboss web power controller.
moodns is an aggressively multithreaded dns server implementation. Have fun!
A GSM 27.010 protocol implementation for Linux kernel.
This is a new project focused on open source software for Lego Mindstorms NXT development.
Open Zigbee Test Harness
Tool to download and execute code on Tegra SoC in recovery mode
A simple portable C utility for compiling different architecture's microcode.
Wiimote-Cpp is a library for controlling a wiimote + nunchuk equipped with Wii Console Game Systems. This library could be used in the PC irrelevant with the underlying operating systems.