UNIX/LINUX and legal homebrew software on the xbox360 gaming console
An effort towards porting Linux and related open source operating systems to the Xbox 360. Another goal is to write homebrew applications with a legal and free Software Development Kit consisting of the Library (LibXenon) and the appropriate cross-compiler toolchain (Xenon-Toolchain). You can get informations and Source-Code on the following Pages: Wiki: http://www.free60.org Forum: http://www.libxenon.org Source Code: https://github.com/Free60Project
LiveCD is a "Complete FreeBSD System running on CD".
Cerber -- system firewall mechanism. It's a kernel module, which is a complete security solution for FreeBSD.
LainOS is an OpenSource project that seeks to revolutionize the the user experience by bridging the realm between \"Alien Elegance\" and Human Usability, and thus create a truly new and unique interface that is user savvy and beautiful.
Common repository for code created for the NetBSD projects in Google's Summer of Code
FreeBSD 5.x driver and watchdog daemon for WDT501 ISA watchdog cards.
Linux/FreeBSD device-driver for the ISA PC-CAN Interface PC-I 03. The interface uses a PCA82C200 Stand-alone CAN-controller by Philips Semiconductors.
PEACE is another Win32 OS implemented on NetBSD/i386.
BSD SAM-BA is a free tool under ISC licence. Like the xp SAM Boot Assistant (SAM-BA.exe) this software provides a means of easily programming different AT91 devices. Communicating with the target device may be done through an RS232 or a USB link.
BSDStep is an open source BSD based distribution using code from the L4 Microkernel, DragonFly BSD, Cairo and GNUstep projects.
RPC (Remote Procedure Call) system with C language support, own network protocol, automatic parallelization, SSL support and other features.
CoRE OS-1 is a FreeBSD based OS designed to provide an easy-to-use GUI system for the end-user and provide advanced features that a modern OS should have. By using CoRE and 3rd party GUI tools, CoRE will provide an advanced but easy-to-use desktop OS.
This is cryptographic disk driver for FreeBSD. It provides transparent encryption and decryption of selected devices. It is based on vn(4).
This project introduces a kernel module "dnburstyloss" to enable dummynet emulate bursty packet loss by integrating some common theoretical loss models into Dummynet.
The FreeBSD DAQ project develops open-source drivers, tools, and libraries for data acquisition.
GUSI (Grand Unified Socket Interface) is a POSIX/Pthreads/Sockets library bringing some of the comforts of UNIX 98 to traditional MacOS (7.0 - 9.9999).
Gebix is a FreeBSD-based operating system that will be available for both x86 and ARM as of version 0.7 Release Candidate 1. It will sacrifice most of the legacy support to transition to new or recent alternatives.
IPGDB is a collection of extensions to GDB and FreeBSD-4.3 to allow two-machine kernel debugging over UDP. It acts much like two-machine kernel debugging over serial ports.
KISS is a kernel-side host-oriented security tool, which may bring you file integrity checking, file and process hiding and actions handling on special internal events (using a tiny scripting language).
KauNet is an emulation platform that can be used for evaluation of protocols and distributed applications with a high degree of control and reproducability. KauNet uses pattern files to control bit-error insertion, packet loss, bandwidth and delay.
Labyrinth BSD is a stable BSD implementation intended for the average user.
A Security Enhanced Linux Based Distro with some features that are found only in the BSD's to date. Initial focus will be on chrooting all system daemons, jailing sockets, want to mimic BSD's jail() system call, getting a nice ports system going.
Natty is a library on top of GUSI adding process management facilities like fork() and exec() and shell-like functionality.
It's trying to do something again, but better
NeoBSD is a free Unix-like operating system created as a fork of NetBSD. And aims to combine the all best features of other BSD systems. At the beginning will be supported x86 platform. And priority will be: * move from GCC * work on O3 optimization of kernel and highly loaded parts of system; * port Xen dom0 support to other bsd's; * porting various applications to work with SysV IPC rather than Dbus * "new life" for Xorg UMS drivers * slim, not freedesktop.org like desktop