Tools and patches for the Linux Diskquota system as part of the Linux kernel
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.
Testsuite to validate the reliability, robustness, stability of Linux.
The Linux Test Project is a group aimed at testing and improving Linux. The goal of the LTP is to deliver a suite of automated testing tools for Linux as well as publishing the results of tests we run. LTP invites community to contribute in new horizons.
This project is a random collection of Linux kernel-related projects and source code.
IEEE 802.1d ethernet bridging (plus Spanning Tree protocol) for the linux kernel. Kernel code is in Linux 2.4 and 2.6 kernels.
Run Linux on Windows or other OSes, natively.
Cooperative Linux is the first method for optimally running Linux on Windows and other operating systems natively. It is a port of the Linux kernel and support code that allows it to run cooperatively without emulation along with another operating system.
a very fast full system simulator
SkyEye is a very fast full system simulator which takes llvm as IR of dynmic compiled framework.. It can simulate series ARM, Coldfire,Mips, Powerpc, Sparc, x86, TI DSP and Blackfin DSP Processor. Also can simulate multicore system by the multicore of host. The commercial support is provided by DigiProto Co. (http://www.digiproto.com)
Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) is a reliable, message-oriented, multihomed transport protocol. Developed by the IETF SIGTRAN working group to transport SS7 over IP, it is now the third general-purpose transport developed by the IETF.
Syllable Desktop is a complete operating system that is easy to use, powerful, lightweight and extraordinarily fast and responsive. It has its own kernel, filesystem, GUI and applications. Syllable Server is a matching small and efficient Linux server.
The Xbox Linux Project aims to privide a version of GNU/Linux for the Xbox, so that it can be used as an ordinary computer. Linux should make use of all Xbox hardware and allow to install and run software from standard i386 Linux distributions.
The goal of the project is now to develop a user library called libpfm4 to help setup performance events for use with the perf_events Linux kernel interface. The development of the perfmon kernel subsystem, libpfm and pfmon has now stopped.
Zydas 1201 based wireless adapters Linux driver. As Sweex is not longer supporting Linux for this device, but they did in the past using MPL and GPL licenses, we have posted the original and evolved driver.
Multiband Atheros Driver for WiFi (MADWIFI): Linux driver for 802.11a/b/g Cardbus/PCI/MiniPCI cards using Atheros chipsets. *** Attention: homepage moved to http://madwifi-project.org - files from sf.net CVS deprecated! ***
Hotplugging is a facility that supports dynamic (re)configuration of GNU/Linux distributions by kernel reports to user mode "agent" software.
An http accessible version of the free VMware images available from: http://www.thoughtpolice.co.uk/vmware/
Legacy Release only. Get latest Edition here: http://www.openqrm.com.
openQRM is a web-based open source datacenter management and hybrid cloud computing platform that integrates flexibly with existing components in enterprise data centers. Legacy Release available on Sourceforge. Please visit http://www.openqrm-enterprise.com/index-2.html for latest 5.3 free Community Release. Includes important security updates, bugfixes and enhancements especially for KVM and Cloud plugin. openQRM abstracts Virtualization and supports the following virtualization technologies: KVM, XEN, Citrix XenServer, VMWare ESX, LXC, OpenVZ. The Hybrid Cloud Connector in openQRM supports a range of private or public cloud providers to extend your infrastructure on demand via Amazon AWS, Eucalyptus or OpenStack. openQRM automates provisioning, virtualization, storage and configuration management, and it takes care of high-availability. A self-service cloud portal with integrated billing system enables end-users to request new servers and application stacks on-deman
cramfs is a Linux filesystem designed to be simple, small, and to compress things well. It is used on a number of embedded systems and small devices.
This project's purpose is to provide and enhance USB support in Linux. This repository will be used to store Linux-USB developer source files.
Linux kernel driver for aggregating multiple network links into a single link, using a variety of methods. Stable driver source is part of the linux kernel; source releases here are either pre-release patches, experimental or historical.
Sysinfo is a simple GNU/Linux program which displays some computer/system information.
This project maintains the Linux Console tools, which include utilities to test and configure joysticks, connect legacy devices to the kernel's input subsystem (providing support for serial mice, touchscreens etc.), and test the input event layer.
UNIX/LINUX and legal homebrew software on the xbox360 gaming console
An effort towards porting Linux and related open source operating systems to the Xbox 360. Another goal is to write homebrew applications with a legal and free Software Development Kit consisting of the Library (LibXenon) and the appropriate cross-compiler toolchain (Xenon-Toolchain). You can get informations and Source-Code on the following Pages: Wiki: http://www.free60.org Forum: http://www.libxenon.org Source Code: https://github.com/Free60Project
An implementation of the Ext2 (Linux) filesystem for Mac OS X.
Open Source Linux driver for wireless network cards (DWL-[G]520+ PCI, DWL-[G]650+ CardBus, GL-2422MP mini-PCI, DWL-120+ USB etc.) which use the entirely undocumented Texas Instruments (TI) ACX100/ACX111 chips, for 2.4.x , 2.6.x to 3.x kernels. FreeBSD: see some other website (FIXME URL got clipped). !! BIG FAT NOTE: development (i.e., driver "releases") is happening in git source repository tree (as of 2011-09-04), thus you're expected to look there (see web site menu Code --> Git) !!
Development moved to https://sourceforge.net/projects/ntfs-3g/
Development on this project has moved to https://sourceforge.net/projects/ntfs-3g/ The goals of this project are: create a new Linux kernel driver for the NTFS file system (1.2, 3.x, and later), user space utilities (e.g. format, ntfs check, etc.) and a library to avoid code duplication and provide access to NTFS to other GPL programs.