Obsolete tools for resizing ext2 filesystems. Not maintained since 2004. The majority of this functionality was included into e2fsprogs years ago.
++ moved ++ moved ++ moved ++ The davfs2 project is now hosted at http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/davfs2 ++ moved ++ moved ++ moved ++ davfs is a Linux file system driver that allows you to mount a WebDAV server as a disk drive.
This project has moved to: http://vger.kernel.org/vger-lists.html#linux-kbuild Here, you can find the old mailing list, files and website regarding: Linux kernel build. Patches, documentation, and auxilary programs related to the kernel configuration
This project was a kernel-module to support webcams based on the NW802 chipset. Jean-François Moine added support for those in the mainline kernel some time ago, so you should just update your kernel, this project is purely for historical purposes.
this will (when completed) be a kernel module for the ZCom WL24XX radiolan card for use with Linux 2.4.x.
This project is dedicated for supporting large SMP and cc-NUMA platform configuration using ACPI 2.0 or later, including cc-NUMA configuration support and implementation of various module drivers for hotplug, sleep states and large I/O subsystem.
- DSI is a security framework addressing security needs of carrier-grade Linux clusters. - DigSig is a linux kernel module checking RSA signatures of ELF executables at run-time. **Those projects are no longer maintained**
Linux kernel patchsets containing whatever I currently find useful. Please post support requests/bugs on http://lk-patches-fe.sf.net. See release notes for current features.
This project aims to pool together as many kernel projects as possible, ironing out conflicts where possible, so that experimental kernel projects can get greater exposure, safely, and so that those projects can be tested under much more varied conditions
Development and support of the Cisco/Aironet 802.11 cards for Linux.
Full support for HFS Plus filesystems in a kernel level module designed for Linux (target version: 2.4.x)
A replacement firmware distribution for the 3com 3CRADSL72 a.k.a 3com wireless 11g (distributed by Ya.com) and its identical twin, the SMC7804WBRA, with an ucLinux kernel based system and associated system tools.
Love-Sources is a Linux kernel patchset maintained by a community. Its purpose is to provide a patchset to optimize desktop performance and test new "unstable" features.
Firmware for the Minitar 802.11g Wireless Access Point - MWGAP. This devices runs on the Linux Operating System and this repository will manage the source code for the firmware that runs the device.
a new user-level threading library in C for unix-based operating systems which can be made use of to create threaded programs. Apart from threading, the library also provides for mutual exclusion using semaphores.
Open OS aims to be a Linux-based operating system with true and complete Win16 and Win32 compatibility as well as enhanced features. OpenOS will rely on the XWindows server, but will use its own desktop environment and window manager.
Q5 is a complete fully open linux based router / network appliance, including hardware. It supports up to four wireless minipci cards and two 10/100 Mbps NICs. The hardware is build around AMD's AU1500 MIPS processor, running at 264 MHz.
A Linux mouse driver for the Wii remote that doesn't need Python or uniput. All you need is a Wii remote, a bluetooth adapter, and gcc.
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OODDSS is a system that provide digital signature and verification for ELF executables and libraries in GNU/Linux systems. The goal is to be fast, transparent for the user and simple to administer and distribute the signed packages.
This project is to develop a real time scheduler. We currently have a scheduler patch for the linux kernel that separates the ready real time tasks into MAX_PRI lists. This allows very fast insertion and basically flat dispatch times for real time tasks.