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Sun HOWTO - if you want to do something with a Sun system, this document will tell you how to do it. Hardware details, setup, installation, and ongoing system administration.
The FOX (Free Open *X) toolkit is a lightweight replacement for GNU's userland mainly on Linux, based partially on code ported from NetBSD.
Toastwall is a PHP driven web front for using NetBSD as a router/firewall.
This project aims to create a high-available, redundant and distributed cache, supporting disk and DB based backend, IP and TIPC protocols, capable to use different cache topologies like Oracle Coherence
Modularized Server Administration Control panel and user panel to replace cpanel, plesk and directadmin. Modules will include but not limited to.. Billing DNS mail web auditing and much more..
andfs is meant to be a filesystem layer for data dedupe and compress
bashup is a shell script for backing up data on remote hosts. It has minimal requirements and features sophisticated reporting and rotation functions.
Securing the Secure OS.
BeastieBox is an attempt to create a "BusyBox"-like software under the BSD License. The target of this project is to be able to run a functionnal BSD UNIX system with a very limited amount of memory.
bitdump is a highly scalable machine backup and templating solution. It is cross-platform and very storage-efficient.
cap-py: A captive portal for wireless access points with ties to OpenBSD's PF firewall system.
CMage provides the ability to create an image of a filesystem on an IDE/SATA device and apply the image to a second hard drive of either IDE or SATA with a smaller, equal, or larger device size. CMage is run from a linux based liveCD on the terminal.
XVPND is a tunneling daemon designed to make non-IP-based communication possible through IPSEC VPNs. Currently supported protocols are IP broadcast, ARP, DHCP/BOOTP, and IPX. Other protocols could be supported via additional plugins.
Multiplatform and Multiprotocol driver for QLogic Host Bus Adapters. Runs on Solaris, NetBSD, FreeBSD and Linux. Support both initiator and target mode. Supports QLogic 1020 SCSI through Qlogic 25XX FC cards.
HTML and HTTP as single executable file
Journaling for UFS.
Framework for creating NetBSD systems which use RAM disks as their root devices. Aimed at embedded systems.
pkg_select is a curses front-end for package managment in pkgsrc.
Scales is a simple P2P based python library which handles load balancing processes across multiple platforms. A web-based client is available to display available servers and edit configurations across servers.
Not even in alpha stage, anyone doing java and interested to join please do, loads of stuff to do.
This is an update to the original public-domain ttcp TCP throughput tester. It is updated to support modern Solaris, NetBSD, and IPv6.
UCAS or Universal Central Admin System.Client to Server API system for administrating Unix/Linux/BSD systems that allows a quick and effective method for keeping control of all your servers in one central system.
OFFLOAD is a p2p filesharing client with WxWidgets gui based on the OFF-Torrent library supporting OFF-Torrents.1 weekly downloads
IPv6 Multicast Internet Radio Station backed by a MySQL database, PHP webbased frontend, a seperate mp3 gatherer/indexer and the pride of it all: Radio.Unfix which sends your mp3's onto the internet using only one stream for unlimited listeners.3 weekly downloads