gm4lin is a Linux driver for the serial port GM-45 and GM-10 radiation detectors. The driver is able to handle virtually any number of detectors connected to a single computer and to log data to the screen, to ASCI files or to a MySQL database (local or remote). Average activity and pulse mode with a fake RC decay are available in order to come as close as possible to common analog radiations detectors. This is console-only software.
Rosetta Stone API aims to create a programming equivalent to the popular Unix Rosetta Stone, which gives commands for common tasks for many different flavors of Unix. RSApi is a Web page and library dedicated to getting system information out of different Unix platforms including Linux, Tru64, Solaris, HP-UX, and AIX.
OpenCT implements driver and middlerware for smart card readers. OpenCT drivers can be used via the ct-api interface, the ifdhandler interface, or its own interface/middleware. It implements drivers for several USB crypto tokens, USB smart card readers, serial smart card readers, and PCMCIA smart card readers.
inAccess Networks JTAG tools is a collection of code and a set of tools for using the JTAG interface (present in most modern microprocessors) to perform hardware tests, and for programming Flash Memory Devices connected to the processor's bus. It is especially useful for performing initial hardware tests and for bootstrapping prototype systems. It runs on a "host system" (e.g., a desktop computer with Linux) and accesses the "target system" (e.g., the embedded system's CPU board) through a simple five-line hardware interface. The host system's parallel port is used as the hardware interface, though other arrangements can be supported very easily. It is quite modular and though it currently supports the Intel StrongARM SA-1110, the Intel PXA255, and the Intel StrataFlash ICs, it can be easily extended to support other target hardware configurations by writing simple modules.