The FreeBSD DAQ project develops open-source drivers, tools, and libraries for data acquisition.
The Fyrewall follows the philosophy of free software firewall based on FreeBSD, on pfsense framework. The software in the Basic version is available free for download through the portal: www.fyrewall.com.br. It is available in 9 languages. English, Portuguese, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Chinese
istanbuLX, tamamen Turkiye'de; bastan gelistirilen ilk GNU/Linux isletim sistemidir. istanbuLX, Linux dagitimindan ote, kendi yazilimlarini iceren bir isletim sistemi platformudur.
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.
A utility to graphically present distribution of I/O requests to a storage device on FreeBSD systems.
"HALOS: A Light Operating System" will provide a microkernel-based OS with as principal objectives to (1) run the Jail virtual machine (2) be POSIX-compliant (3) use Newlib as libc (4) be secure (5) be fast & real-time (6) target x86, PowerPC and Sparc
HelenOS is a multiplatform microkernel-based multiserver operating system designed from scratch. HelenOS does not aim to be another clone of Unix or some other legacy system and is not POSIX-compliant (even though it may seem POSIX-similar at times).
Hobby DOS is a Disk Operating System compatible with MS-DOS (and FreeDOS) wrote in assembly language and you can run programs and scripts for MS-DOS.
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.
The goal of the JDesktop project is to produce a Java cross-platform distributed operating system that is POSIX compliant. JDesktop will provide session management, backend abstraction services, networking, and a security framework.
KBS is a high performance telnet/www bbs server. KBSLive is a livecd linux distribution, built on CentOS. Aim to providing the developers and system administrators an easy access to KBS and a quick way of installation.
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.
Knose OS is a portable clone of Palm OS targetting the ARM, 68K and x86 architectures. Binary and source compatability with Palm OS 5 will be strived for whever possible while still moving the operating system forward with features like multi-tasking.
LIMeTool (pronounced like the fruit), is intended to be a simple and easy interface for managing accounts on an integrated Sendmail/LDAP/Cyrus IMAP installation. It's written in PHP and is realitively easy to configure and expand.
A Unix-like (Not compleatly Unix-compatible) Kernel. Right now, we have (very limited support) of 80486+ IBM-PC AT compatibles. Written in C, and assembly. No network support planned for the forseeable future.
The first true nanokernel for x86 that gives a unix prompt on a real bourne shell in respect of all security rules!
Labyrinth BSD is a stable BSD implementation intended for the average user.
Tophat is a modification of a N64 and NES hardware to act like a Laptop. Tophat will make use of modified versions of Linux, BSD and the open source versions of MacOSX
ext2/3/4 library for microcontrollers
Code is also available on github: https://github.com/gkostka/lwext4 Feel free to contact me: email@example.com
LinksOS is an effort to create a modern operating system for desktop and development usage.
Development and support of the Cisco/Aironet 802.11 cards for Linux.
Linux InfiniBand Device Driver for IBM Host Channel Adapter for eServer and eHEA ethernet device driver for IBM eServer System p
Linux Distro to run under Google's NaCl Sandbox