U-tube is a dynamic memory management tool for Xen virtualized envi
U-tube monitors the memory usage of each VM to detect its memory pressure, and periodically adjusts its memory allocation via memory hotplug. It is implemented as a loadable device driver to coordinate guest OS’ MMU with underlying hypervisor. In contrast to the popular ballooning mechanism, memory hotplug can dynamically expand a guest OS’s physical memory space beyond its maximum configured at booting time.
This linux kernel patch / user code combination allows supporting full access control lists (ACLs) for the Linux kernel.
This project is a patch to bring Hot-plug CPU infrastructure to Linux.
Linux XTP(Xpress Transport Protocol) is a kernel-space implementation of XTP/IP protocol suite for Linux. XTP is reliable transport protocol like TCP, but its performance is far faster then TCP and also support multicast.
The FUSE project has moved to https://github.com/libfuse/
Microsoft RAS has some extensions which enables a windows client too negotiate a callback number (which can be set by the admin or user). This project implements the same functionality for the PPP daemon en tries to keep up to date with the official re
Control groups, a new kernel feature in Linux 2.6.24 provides a file system interface to manipulate and control the details on task grouping including creation of new task groups (control groups), permission handling and task assignment. Please mail the mailing list for any communication. No one monitors the trackers/forums.
This Database Test Suite aims to create database workload test kits used to simulate heavy user loads for OLTP, Decision Support, and e-commerce database transactions. These test kits can also be used to gather performance results for Linux and other
'finddouble' application searches into a directory and all its sub directories. If it finds several times the same file, a warning message is displayed, but no other action is taken. It's main use is to help you optimize you disk usage.
TimeSys Linux GPL is a set of Linux enhancements for use in real time embedded applications. It includes an extended kernel and a suite of support tools. Look here for support for these technologies: H.110
A Linux Alsa MIDI device driver for the Mixman dm2(TM) virtual turntable device.
Queue is a load-balancing system popular in the 2000s that lets users control their remote jobs in an intuitive, transparent and nearly seamless way. Development versions feature job migration with and without kernel support. GNU Queue continues to be downloaded despite being decommissioned by the FSF in favor of the newer GNU Parallel project. Older versions of the code are archived here on Sourceforge and some later versions on GNU Savannah.
This is a port of FreeBSD divert socket mechanism to linux. This works in conjunction with IPtables and sends packets to user space. Similar to ip_queue but allows any number of unique user space listeners, such as Snort.
Cytrun Linux Secure Server is a distribution based on Slackware. It includes LIDS - Linux Intrusion Detection System, enhances the kernel's security by implementing Mandatory Access Control (MAC)
TALPA is a high-performance filesystem access interception package providing facilities for user-mode programs to 'vet' filesystem operations before they are executed.
Linux kernel driver for low-level performance-monitoring counters, and support for virtualised (per-process) counters. User-space glue for use in applications, and by higher-level tools and libraries.
This project aims to provide a quick way for modularizing Linux kernel functions even if they aren't within a module! It can be used for developing and testing kernel functionalities without needing a reboot.
Linux for Media Receivers
Trying to run Linux on a T-Home IPTV Media Receiver
The project is aimed at providing open source Linux kernel and drivers for Digital Video Set-top-boxes using STBx25xx chip. This is a private initiative, we are not related to IBM nor any other company.
LUFS is a hybrid userspace filesystem framework supporting many "exotic" filesystems (localfs, sshfs, ftpfs, gnutellafs, locasefs, gvfs, cardfs, cefs, etc. ).
Crosos is a SubLinux Distribution
Crosos is a open-source OS. It is based on the Linux Kernel and mostly uses the same code in Ubuntu (but it has been derived from Debian)
NS2 Linux is dedicated to improve the Network Simulator (NS-2) to match Linux performance. Planned contents include: an NS-2 module that runs Linux congestion control functions, tutorials on how to run NS-2 to match Linux performance, benchmark for TCP.
Easy-to-Use KVM paravirtualized drivers (network,block,console) for linux guests.