audioBox is a Linux MP3 and Ogg player frontend which is based on LCDproc, mpg123 (or mpg321), and ogg123. It is intended to run on a standalone headless Linux machine as an "audio appliance", playing music files from the local hard disk or CD-ROM. audioBox uses an LCD display to show file list and song information. It provides menus for music file search and playlist browsing. No video card or display is required.
ROME is a modular, multitasking, embedded operating system which has been developed and used for multiple research projects within the Computer & Communications Research Laboratory (CCRL) of NEC USA, Inc. in Princeton, NJ. ROME was designed to manage high speed data streams within a multimedia environment. The system splits functionality over multiple processes which are communicating via a low overhead messaging mechanism. ROME supports TCP/IP networking, DOS FS, and provides a GUI toolkit. ROME systems can be built and customized using the ROME Target Builder, a graphical cross platform configuration tool.