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HOP-SCOTCH: Tools to automate the installation of a hypervisor or operating system on Blades.1 weekly downloads
Build System for Java offers an enhanced build environment that ties together deployment instructions, environment configuration and source code as a releaseable entity. A new paradigm for configuration management!1 weekly downloads
Dispyte is an expendable, fault tolerant task scheduler which distributes computationally expensive tasks across a heterogeneous network.1 weekly downloads
Serenity Linux (Debian based distro)1 weekly downloads
SySMS provides with the ability to manage servers remotely making use of a mobile phone via sms commands on phone1 weekly downloads
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
The goal of KaraDoc is to provide an easy way to apply a given tutorial (text, html, whatever), by extracting script commands from it and producing an actual interactive script, with original text content included at right places.
OpenPavilion is a free surveillance suite made for observing, monitoring and benchmarking your applications and networks. OpenPavilion displays comprehensive relationships using simple to understand dashboard views.
PPFN, it is also a tool to be hidden from any server log, these developers know what they have to do. Do you? If you download this ultimate package you will be able to enjoy the web knowing that you would be safe. So be safe, learn to surf right - PPFN
PyBa is a multiplattform and open sourced Backup-Software. Many types of data can be saved: Files, Directories, Database-Content, Websites or other FTP-Stuff,...
rtusd is a foundation set of real time enabled User Space Devices/Drivers designed to link to HRT high resolution Timer controlled POSIX threads and link re-factored Linux hdw drivers for 2.6.18+. rtusd propogates Linux RT to user space generically.
TaMaSys is an Application that can be expanded through various moduls/tasks. Basically it is "empty" and offers central Configuration, Printing and Exporting Options over all installed Tasks.
rtsx is a "Real Time Service eXchange" for rt service management of 2.6.18 Linux apps. rtsx manages provisioning & control of rtusd "real time user space drivers" with central utility service support for apps & mw engines using the rtusd set.
cstyx is a client library for the Styx / 9P2000 remote file protocol. It has bindings for C++, C, Python and LabView.