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Project's goal is to create better tools for diagnosing Linux systems. Diagnostics include first failure data capture, error log analysis, preventative testing, and system inventory gathering.7,953 weekly downloads
A Simple 'IDE'A for Linux Kernel Developers134 weekly downloads
New Linux Based OS primarily for smart devices and PDA's, laptops, and eventually desktops. It offers an alternative to the "embedded" approach. All OS versions and applications will be hosted and then made available to the subscribers of cloud svs
ThousandEyes extends visibility across corporate networks as well as the public Internet, helping to solve issues from the branch through MPLS links and SIP trunks to service provider networks. Simulate pre-deployment capacity, monitor detailed performance metrics and see how QoS settings impact call quality.Advertisement
Eclipse plugin for viewing LTT/LTTng logs.
OpenFive is an OS that is software and service compatible with the original System V UNIX, but not heavily restricted like the original. 1.0 is to be compatible with R4, and improvements will then be made independently.
A lightweight, simple and easy to use embedded system task scheduler. RataOS is written as a high level C, with a simple HAL & API structure, allowing it to be ported between embedded devices easily.
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.
Linux Kernel Configuration plugin for Eclipse (www.eclipse.org)
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