PeeWeeLinux is a small Linux distribution for embedded applications. It is based on a RedHat 6.1 development platform, and features a graphical configuration tool, minimized XFree86 for embedded use, and small packages suitable for floppy-based systems. PeeWeeLinux differs from other small Linux distributions in that it is fully customizeable; its development environment allows for the building of embedded sytems from small single floppy routers to thin clients running from 64MB flash drives.
Cisco Configuration Manager is a set of tools to manage configurations for Cisco devices. At the heart of the project is a tftp daemon. Configurations are read and written to the tftp server using a file path that incorporates a password feature for security. The current version of each device configuration is stored in a MySQL database. Subsequent changes to the configurations are stored in diff format to provide revision history. A Web frontend is provided to manage devices and view configurations and history.