Bigboos is a network monitoring system that pools devices based on configuration. It is designed to allow mid-sized ISPs to monitor their network and central offices whose branch offices are connected on T1 or E1 lines to monitor their clients and branches. It is based on ICMP and SNMP. A small customer database manager is included. It has the capability to generate and manage trouble tickets, provides the current status about devices being monitored, and generates downtime reports.
MyJSQLView provides an easy-to-use Java based GUI frontend for viewing, adding, editing, or deleting data in the Apache Derby, H2, HSQL, Microsoft SQL, MSAccess, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, and SQLite databases. A query frame allows the building of complex SQL statements and SQL Query Bucket for saving such. The application allows easy sorting, searching, and import/export of table data. A plug-in framework allows inclusion of tools to visually build queries, profiles, and plot data for analysis.
Elxis is a CMS that was initially based on Mambo. It natively supports UTF-8 encoding, creates multilingual Web sites, has a multilingual administration environment, performs automatic translations, supports multiple databases, and features access and user management. You can also change the look and feel of your Web site, based on the selected language. There is a mechanism that allows you to create subscriptional or multilevel content. Elxis can be extended by converting existing PHP applications or by briding with other Web sites or applications.
raop_play is a music file player for the Apple Airport Express. It makes your AEX become your second sound card device. Devides can be discovered through Apple Rendezvous. It supports browsing of music files (M4A (ALAC or AAC), WAV, MP3, Ogg, FLAC, AAC, PLS, and raw PCM), sending of selected files to the Airport Express, and playing of MP3 stream data over HTTP.
Foremost is a console program that recovers files based on their headers, footers, and internal data structures. This process is commonly referred to as data carving. Foremost can work on image files, such as those generated by dd, Safeback, Encase, etc., or directly on a drive. The headers and footers can be specified by a configuration file, or you can use command line switches to specify built-in file types. These built-in types look at the data structures of a given file format, allowing for a more reliable and faster recovery. It was originally developed by the United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations and The Center for Information Systems Security Studies and Research.
The "Faster Java Serialization" project aims to provide faster Java serialization by inspecting classes and generating tailor made serialization code on the fly. This serialization code is reused for every object of the same class. Objects are serialized to a NIO ByteBuffer, eliminating the need for numerous memory copies that take place during normal serialization to files or network. Currently, there are some limitations on the kinds of objects that can be serialized.
Teacher Control Panel allows a teacher to monitor, lock, and operate student computers and broadcast the teacher's screen to the students. It can work with a mix of Windows and Linux workstations. The screens are captured using VNC, and the teacher's screen is broadcast using multicast.