The Project represents the graphic interface of programmer for Atmel microcontrollers. Owing to flexible technology of plug-ins, the interface can be easily adapted for microcontrollers of new types. The project is written in Visual C ++ and the assembler
This code programmed into an AVR microcontroller wired to the receiver's JTAG port allows loading unsigned code on SMP8634 based media receivers enabling you to boot other operating systems e.g. Linux. (Only x30Xt receivers are currently supported)
AVR microcontroller burning utility
This is a programmer software+hardware+firmware for Atmel AVR family (and more), using USB connection.
It's a software/hardware project to turn the Atmel AVR8 controllers into something simmilar to a home-computer. Currently connecting a TV-Monitor and a keyboard is supported. It is also meant to serve as a future cheap computer alternative.
AVRDUDE is software for programming Atmel AVR Microcontrollers. This package is a modified version of AVRDUDE 5.3.1. The original AVRDUDE was modified to retry syncing with the device/programmer 10 times instead of 1 (as it was in original version).
AVaRICE is a program for interfacing the Atmel JTAG ICE to GDB to allow users to debug their embedded AVR target.
Abstract Character Device Driver, may be used for fast implementing user-space device drivers for test purposes or working with non time critical devices. It's allow use device's I/O ports or memory areas directly, through standard device spec. files.
Access Point Utilites for Unix - it's a set of utilites to configure and monitor Wireless Access Points under Unix using SNMP protocol. Utilites knownly compiles and run under Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, MacOS-X, AIX, QNX.
Acer Hotkey driver for Linux - a gently way of accessing your Acer's special keys (Mail, WWW, P1, P2, WiFi).
Driver for the built-in vfd display on the Acer Idea 500 media center.
GUI interfaces for Acer Hardware driver -- acerhk.ko
This project site maintains several projects that support the acerhk.ko linux module and provide a GUI interface for the module to activate and deactivate the wireless and bluetooth radios. Please see this projects Wiki for more information: https://sourceforge.net/p/acerhkgui/wiki/Home/ Programs: AcerHK GUI -- Main program. Updated 2015-03-05. Version 0.7.2.5 should work. Please report errors, as it may still require some work. Cinnamon Desktop Applet -- simple system tray icon to provide radio on and off controls. It is also available at: http://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/applets/view/219 Ubuntu AppIndicator Applet -- currently in development. Stay posted for this. Build Script for acerhk.ko. Use the 11.04+. Includes source code. Please see this projects Wiki for more information.
This is an independent project focusing on the development of drivers which allow the ActiveWire board (sold by ActiveWire, Inc.) to be used on OS X. ActiveWire, Inc. never updated the drivers from their OS 9 version, thus this project began.
This driver should provide a Linux Kernel interface to the ActiveWire USB Modules (see http://www.ActiveWireInc.com).
ActiveWire USB Linux Software - firmware downloader and example application
Adaptive Control Software for various devices purpose built for the Life Science Community. The purpose of this project is to give control and power to the people who use the software, and allow them to shape future products through collaboration, rapid
Adara will be a Java-based MUD engine. The main purpose is to create an environment that is easily editable and maintained while at the same time providing the power of a fully scalable and dynamic system.
Have you ever tried to run a large LAN party... and failed? If so, you would seriously appreciate AdminSpy, which allows you, the administrator, to control multiple game servers from one single client at one workstation. For public server admins, AdminS
A modular program that runs in background, and executes actions based on conditions. You can use it i.e. to make your computer switch between over/underclocking profiles by checking if a 3D application is running. Written in C# and winforms (.NET 2.0).
Automated Irrigation Controller for computers
AIC (Advanced Irrigation Controller) is a computer based control system that has been initially targeted towards controlling irrigation in small to medium size gardens. As the product matures and features are added it is expected to be a fully functional controller used in large scale implementations, green houses and glass houses. AIC platform's in-dependency means it can run on both Linux or Windows XP onwards . A large range of serial boards (as well as usb boards that present as serial devices) are able to be controlled. KMTronic's USB and Serial relay boards are selectable in the configuration menu, other boards can be setup by entering their control commands. Although primarily designed for irrigation you can use AIC to control a large variety of hardware, for example lighting, heating etc It is envisaged that future implementations of AIC will incorporate rules for more complex device control.
The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture is composed of several parts: sound driver, sound library and sound utilities and tools. The aim of this project is to offer a complete audio solution for the Linux operating system.
The Affordable BIOS Restoration Tool provides VHDL and C code to recover from failed BIOS upgrades using affordable CPLD's. EEPROM's and Flash chips can be restored with this flash programmer. Interfaces for DIP and tsop packages are being developed.
Agnix is a small operating system kernel for i386, supporting 32-bit protected memory mode, paging, hardware switched tasks, memory tests, PCI bus, devices, PCI IRQ routing, RT timers and network protocols.
Agnix is an educational, network operating system kernel. It is ideal starting point to learn about operating systems. The main goal of the project is to provide a network kernel fully compatible with the Linux Kernel in the system call layer
Airgo MIMO wireless card Linux driver. It's base on the Specs at http://airgo.wdwconsulting.net/mymoin. If it success, then Linux can support the AGN100 and the AGN300. You can get the newest development status from http://git.sipsolutions.net/agnx.git