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A collection of python scripts which maintain a small linux distribution for a web-managed VPN endpoint providing distributed authentication, roaming profiles, and PKI services. All management is done via encrypted http. Uses LDAP, Kerberos, Apache, Pyth
Automaserver is a graphical tool to configure some types of servers and workstations in Linux Ubuntu (7.04), Enterprise Edition and Debian 4.x. The product is compatible with KDE and Gnome interfaces.
The new system
Network traffic accounting and billing system
BSD Scripts Project - a set of useful scripts for maintaining BSD based systems.
A series of shell scripts for system administrators that takes a base install of FreeBSD and configures it to be used as a public shell server. Disk quotas, application installing, new user management, etc....
BMHT is a method of target tracking that allows decisions to be adjusted and refined until enough data has been collected to ensure a level of confidence.
pkgsrc port for bb10 smartphones
Box 2.0 is a advanced package manager for FreeBSD (including PCBSD and DesktopBSD) and Linux. It has many features, such as compatability with existing package managers, and mounting of packages.
A framework of pluggable modules comprising a complete OS and application testing, deployment and management solution. Delivering autonomous systems built upon rigourously tested and documented processes, automating the process from package testing to pr
The project mainly deals with creating a Dual IP stack node with provision of complete support for both IPV4 and IPV6 in hosts and servers.
CheckFiles takes a registry of files and checks their state in remote (where they should be) comparing with a central CVS or with their registry in database. If they differ, the admin can update the registry (CVS / DB), or restore the files or permitions
Corredor is a robust general framework for performing software test automation. The suite aims to simplify the set up, maintenance, and running of tasks, supporting remote distribution, parallel execution, & dependancy hierarchies.
Cupido is a project aimed at heterogenus systems monitoring, passively (trough SNMP Traps), actively (trough various monitoring techniques). Managing and reporting is all WEB Based.
DaemonWall is an OpenBSD-based network security live CD which can act as an Internet firewall/gateway.
Included in this project are several applications (mostly perl scripts) intended to aid network engineers and administrators in the generation, quality assurance, and configuration management of network device configurations, (initially only Cisco).
Eloy is a comand line backup system. You simply define the directories to backup and Eloy does partial backups of all changes. You can easily list all changes and restore older versions of files and directories.
We are a little group from norway who has a unix OS project called elran. And we need a package system like emerge and dpkg/apt-get and that is what we are planning to create now.
Web based FreeBSD administration system. Designed for use as the configuration engine for physical and virtual appliances.
Frenzy is a "portable system administrator toolkit," LiveCD based on FreeBSD. It generally contains software for hardware tests, file system check, security check and network setup and analysis. Size of ISO-image is 200 MBytes (3" CD).
A system to manage many Gameservers on a Network with a nice Webinterface. On every Server runs a bash script behind inetd and is controlled over a PHP interface.
Shell script for Gentoo Linux to preform nightly system administration tasks from a cron job. This is reminiscent of OpenBSD's /etc/daily , weekly, monthly scripts. Also includes auto updating for Nikto, Snort sigs, and Nessus plugins.
HOOBI (for Hands Off OpenBSD Install) is an automatic and remote installer for OpenBSD on machines you don't have direct access to.