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An integrated GNU/Linux distribution for routers.
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The Linux Driver Model project aims to standardize kernel-level interfaces for loadable modules so that drivers not part of the monolithic tree can be designed on a guaranteed ABI and, ultimately, can become loadable by all future kernel releases.
Enhanced version of the standard Linux loopback device that makes the loopback device act more like a hard drive and allows for mounting partitions within a drive image via new loopback device names (/dev/loopa, /dev/loopa1, /dev/loopa2, etc.).
This is the development site for frame buffer video drivers and video subsystem for Linux.
Full support for HFS Plus filesystems in a kernel level module designed for Linux (target version: 2.4.x)
The Linux Intrusion Detection System is a patch which enhances the kernel's security. When it's in effect, many system administration operations can be made impossible even for root. You can turn the security protection on or off online and you can hide
A portal for programmers to learn about, discuss, aquire, and add tools for debugging the Linux kernel.
Linux Kernel HardWare Detection tool
The kernel janitor project maintains a list of problem areas in the Linux kernel along with suggested ways of cleaning/fixing them. Please see http://www.kerneljanitors.org/ for current information.
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 Kernel State Tracer(LKST) records information as trace data about events in the Linux Kernel. It records various events like process context switch etc. This program is a facility for analyzing trouble of the Linux Kernel.
This project aims at documenting the linux memory management to the smallest detail possible.
The Memory Hotadd project aims to enhance the Linux memory management subsystem to allow integrating physical memory added to a running system. It is intended to be used on Non-NUMA Intel IA-32 based systems with memory hot-plug capability.
The idea is to get all pegasus and pegasus II based usb-ethernet devices to work under linux. That simple. :)
An implementation of RFC-2385 (Protection of BGP Sessions via the TCP MD5 Signature Option) for Linux.
The project provides a script which permits to generate automatically a small rescue system for Linux (boot floppy, CDROM, ZIP or tftpboot configuration). All usal Linux console commands are available. Only hard disk and network drivers are supported.
The Linux Transparent Encryption project aims for integrating transparent read/write access to encrypted data into the linux kernel. This enables any application to use encrypted data without modifying the application itself.
The unified bus management project aims to abstract the linux kernel bus handling system into a unified and modular one.
The Linux VTPlayer driver project aims at providing a Linux kernel driver for VirTouch's VTPlayer tactile mouse. This driver allows not only the VTPlayer to behave like a regular mouse, but also user-space programs to control VTPlayer's tactile pads.
Linux watchdog timer subsystem
The project discusses an architecture, prototype implementation and test tools for wireless scheduling using currently available hardware (e.g. 802.11 WLAN). It is based on a patch/new scheduler for the Linux 2.4.X kernels and extensions for the tc tools.
Linux XP is a new distribution destinate with new come in the world linux déstiné with people coming from Windows. This distribution is very simple A installs, has to configure, is very intuitive, by defect all the software necessary has a use usual
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.