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The open source projects that ship with Synology NAS.636 weekly downloads
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.98 weekly downloads
Pretty Damn Quick (PDQ) analytically solves queueing network models of computer and manufacturing systems, data networks, etc., written in conventional programming languages. Generic or customized reports of predicted performance measures are output.18 weekly downloads
This object extends the EEProm Driver written by Nick Sabalusky. To mimic a sort of "File System" for a new version of Tiny Basic. This works similar to the Hydra Asset Manager, except information can be stored and retrieved by filename.1 weekly downloads
The Job Jar is a simple batch queuing system for Unix. Its main distinguishing feature is that there is no central daemon. Instead, an arbitrary set of workers cooperatively claim jobs from a central directory. A job is any Unix executable file.1 weekly downloads
Embedded operating system that runs LUA scripts1 weekly downloads
This Project Aims To Port Various Open Source Software Onto Stratus Open VOS Architecture. Please Refer The Following URLs For More Information On The Architecture. http://www.stratus.com http://www.openvos.com1 weekly downloads
"girtools" is an implementation of Grid Information Retrieval (GIR). GIR is an emerging open standard for IR on the grid designed to allow dynamic, secure creation and searching of distributed information systems.1 weekly downloads
Aurora OS is an operating system designed in a microkernel format for all users. The object is to develop a modular, mulitplatform, multitasking Operating System that is simple, effective, and powerful.
Crosos is a SubLinux Distribution
The objective of this project is to create a framework for developing device simulators for Linux. This will help device driver developers. More details will be added shortly
A fully searchable file index and content database designed to run primarily on ARM-powered RISC OS computers. It uses a system of parsers to examine the contents of files. It is near-POSIX compatible and can be ported to other platforms.
Single Click Restore Point (SCRP) is a small tool for creating a restore point in single click. It will help you create a restore point without go through the System restore Utility. Better to run this tool before a meager change in your computer.
Goal of the KGI Project is to provide the neccessary kernel level support (protection, virtualization and abstraction) for graphics hardware through a fast, secure and portable kernel graphics interface.
Tilink is a micro scada breakout project based around Texas Instruments line of programmable graphic calculators. Notably all programming may be done in TiBasic to ease development and focus on the problem. This is a Ti calculator based break out board.
Simple, Fast, Advanced... ZintoriOS. Made in Wellington, New Zealand
Doom port for the Extensible Firmware Interface
The embedded Memory Manager (eMEM) is a simple memory manager that uses a first-fit scheme to allocate requested memory blocks from large memory partitions. When a block is freed it is collated back into its original partition.