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  • Apf  + (English, French, Russian user README included; French, Russian README available in HTML format from
  • OWFS  + (Extensive man pages for all programs and devices. Active mailing list. Documentation on website as well.)
  • Duty Roaster  + (FAQ at, User tutorial for download at
  • Wmii  + (FAQ online at
  • Yorick  + (FAQ- Manual-
  • Dreamwidth  + (FAQs and Guides are all CC-SA 3.0.)
  • FFPF  + (FFPF architecture as well as the current implementation in pdf format from Developer's reference manual available in HTML format from
  • Fastclick  + (FastClick is maintained by Rowan Beentje,
    FastClick is maintained by Rowan Beentje, Matthew Caruana Galizia and Matthew Andrews at FT Labs. We welcome comments, feedback and suggestions. Please feel free to raise an issue or pull request. This code is released under the MIT license.
    nder the MIT license.
  • Cmogstored  + (Features ======== * low memory footprint,
    Features ======== * low memory footprint, more memory for file system caches * multithreaded design[1] keeps queues in rotational disks busy * epoll/kqueue used to cheaply maintain persistent connections * supports checksumming features in MogileFS::Server 2.60+ * easily installable on modern GNU/Linux and FreeBSD without Perl * supports HTTP/1.1 persistent connections and pipelining * supports chunked and partial (Content-Range) HTTP/1.1 PUT requests * supports partial GET requests * may reject PUTs based on Content-MD5 header/trailer verification * graceful shutdown via SIGQUIT will not terminate active requests * extensive test suite, code coverage and Valgrind-tested Getting Started =============== See the INSTALL document for installation and runtime requirements. cmogstored aims to be mostly command-line and configuration-file compatible with the Perl mogstored. cmogstored does not support spawning lighttpd/Apache instances like its Perl counterpart. In other cases, you can simply replace "mogstored" with "cmogstored" in your init scripts and use the same config file. Contact ======= For any and all questions, bug reports, patches, pull requests, send plain-text email to the mailing list at: No subscription is neccessary, so reply-to-all on replies. HTML email is not welcome and will be bounced. You may optionally subscribe via: HTML archives are available at and via NNTP: nntp:// We also piggy-back onto the public MogileFS mailing list for public discussions: Note, subscription required for the MogileFS list: Downloads ========= Source tarballs suitable for distribution are housed here: * The latest stable release is: See for release notes Source code =========== * git clone git:// * git clone * gitweb :: License ======= cmogstored is licensed under the GNU General Public License, v3 (or later). Distribution tarballs include LGPL code from the Gnulib project in lib/. The bsd/*.h compatibility headers are BSD-licensed. The nostd/* files are Expat/MIT-licensed from the libnostd project Contributors retain their copyrights to their respective contributions. This project is not affiliated with the GNU project nor FSF even though we use their tools and licenses. Homepage ======== Eric Wong hates pretty things, so this README file is also the homepage: The latest releases are announced via Atom feed: [1]
  • Lemmy  + (Federation is still in active development)
  • Clearlooks-phenix-theme  + (Files for GTK3 correspond to significant changes of [[adwaita-icon-theme|Adwaita]], the default GNOME 3 theme. Files for GTK2 come from the unmodified Clearlooks theme.)
  • AdaVenture  + (Focusing on portability and freedom, no co
    Focusing on portability and freedom, no coding effort or compromise has been made to accomodate proprietary operating systems. It relies on a thin SDL2 binding from Dan Vazquez, a thin OpenGL binding from "Lumen", a PNG reader by Stephen Sanguine, and SFML-Audio (because of its elegant audio interface).
    (because of its elegant audio interface).)
  • Reliquarium  + (Focusing on portability and freedom, no co
    Focusing on portability and freedom, no coding effort or compromise has been made to accomodate proprietary operating systems. It relies on a thin SDL2 binding from Dan Vazquez, a thin OpenGL binding from "Lumen", a PNG reader by Stephen Sanguine, and SFML-Audio (because of its elegant audio interface).
    (because of its elegant audio interface).)
  • AdaGate  + (Focusing on portability and freedom, no co
    Focusing on portability and freedom, no coding effort or compromise has been made to accomodate proprietary operating systems. It relies on a thin SDL2 binding from Dan Vazquez, a thin OpenGL binding from "Lumen", a PNG reader by Stephen Sanguine, and SFML-Audio (because of its elegant audio interface).
    (because of its elegant audio interface).)
  • Xorg-server  + (For a comprehensive overview of X Server a
    For a comprehensive overview of X Server and X Window System, consult the following article: === Xorg server with wayland backend === [[Guix]] provides a separate package with [ wayland backend].
    server-xwayland-1.20.10/ wayland backend].)
  • Wolfssl  + (For all documentation please see [ wolfSSL-Documentation] Contact wolfSSL anytime: ([]) [ visit our forum])
  • WolfCrypt  + (For all documentation please see: [] Contact wolfSSL anytime ([]) or [ visit our forum].)
  • CCVisu  + (For developers:, For users:
  • Libuninum  + (For the library consult the README files and the sample programs in the Examples directory, as well as numconv.c)
  • Fractal  + (Fractal is part of The GNOME Project since 2018. If it was not packaged (yet) in your distribution, you can give [[Flatpak]] a try or build the source from [[Git]]. More information at
  • FreeTube  + (FreeTube uses the proprietary YouTube HTTP
    FreeTube uses the proprietary YouTube HTTP API with a set of hard coded API keys. Videos are resolved using youtube-dl and played using the stock HTML5 video player. While YouTube can still see your API and video requests it can no longer track you using cookies or JavaScript. Your subscriptions, history, and saved videos are stored locally on your computer and never sent out. Using a VPN or Tor is recommended to hide your IP while using FreeTube.
    nded to hide your IP while using FreeTube.)
  • Hugin  + (French and English user tutorials available in HTML format from
  • PhpMyVisites  + (French user guide available in HTML format from; French user guide available in PDF format from
  • Pimengest2  + (French user guide available in HTML format from
  • Cflow2vcg  + (French user manual available in HTML format from
  • SPIP  + (French user tutorial available in HTML for
    French user tutorial available in HTML format from; French user reference manual available in HTML format from; French user guide available in HTML format from; English user guide available in HTML format from
  • Paper Shaper  + (Full documentation at and included with Paper Shaper download archive.)
  • OpenAnswer  + (Full documentation available at
  • Freeipmi  + (Full documentation available at https://ww
    Full documentation available at === Project Tools === The following tools are distributed and supported by FreeIPMI. * bmc-info: a tool to read information about a BMC such as device version numbers, device support, and globally unique IDs (guids). * bmc-watchdog: a tool/daemon to manage a BMC Watchdog. This tool is typically used for system timeout management and automatic system restarts in the event of a system crash. * ipmi-chassis: a tool to manage/monitor a chassis, such as chassis power, identification (i.e. LED control), and status. * ipmi-fru: a tool to read field replaceable unit (FRU) information from a motherboard/machine. * ipmi-sel: a tool to read and manage IPMI System Event Log (SEL) records. SEL records store system event information and may be useful for debugging problems. * ipmi-sensors: a tool to read IPMI sensor readings and sensor data repository (SDR) information. * ipmipower: a tool for remote power control. * ipmiconsole: a tool for Serial-over-Lan (SOL) console access. * ipmi-config: a tool to configure BMC and IPMI information. In can be used to configured usernames, passwords, networking information, security, Serial-over-LAN (SOL), Platform Event Filtering (PEF), boot devices, power restoration policy, sensor thresholds, sensor events, and many more configuration options. * ipmi-raw: a tool that provides hex input/output of IPMI commands. * ipmi-locate: a tool that can probe for information about the location of a BMC device, such as device addresses. * ipmi-pet: a tool to parse and interpret Platform Event Traps (PET). * ipmi-dcmi: a tool to perform Data Center Manageability Interface (DCMI) IPMI extension commands. Supports extensions for asset management and power usage management. * bmc-device: a tool to perform advanced BMC commands, such as resetting the BMC, configuring ACPI, configuring SDR/SEL time, manually generating events, re-arming sensors, and configuring manufacturer settings. * ipmiping: an IPMI ping tool for debugging. * rmcpping: a RMCP ping tool for debugging. * ipmi-oem: an IPMI tool for OEM specific commands. * ipmidetect/ipmidetectd: a tool and daemon for IPMI node detection. * ipmiseld: a daemon that regularly polls the SEL and stores the events to the local syslog. Additional information, examples, and general trouble-shooting can be found in each of the tool manpages. === Project Libraries === The following libraries are distributed and supported by FreeIPMI. * libfreeipmi: a C library that includes KCS, SSIF, OpenIPMI Linux, and Solaris BMC drivers, IPMI 1.5 and IPMI 2.0 LAN communication interfaces, IPMI packet building utilities, IPMI command utilities, and utilities for reading/interpreting/managing IPMI. This library is for programmers intimately familiar with the IPMI protocol and IPMI specification. Most users may wish to use the libraries listed below. * libipmiconsole: a library for Serial-over-Lan (SOL) console access. SOL console access is abstracted into a file descriptor interface, so users may read and write console data through a file descriptor. * libipmimonitoring: a library for sensor and system event log (SEL) monitoring that abstracts away most IPMI details. Interpretation of those sensors and events is abstracted into an API with an iterator interface. * libipmidetect: a library for IPMI node detection.
    detect: a library for IPMI node detection.)
  • Zibawa  + (Full documentation available at
  • GNUpot  + (Full documentation available at:
  • ICTester  + (Full documentation for latest version, usage, configuration and data file formats descriptions can be found in its page: [])
  • Zeptodb  + (Full documentation, including a tutorial, is available online [ in several formats].)
  • Gnuradio  + (GNU Radio documentation available at https
    GNU Radio documentation available at === Tutorials === Tutorials designed to guide new GNU Radio users available at === Did you know ... === * [ Free Software on the final frontier: GNU Radio controls the ISEE-3 Spacecraft], Aug 08, 2014 === Further reading === * [ GNU radio open source vehicle detector], IEEE, 2011 * [ GNU Radio Beacon Receiver (GRBR) observations of large-scale wave structure (LSWS) and equatorial spread F (ESF)], IEEE, 2011
    and equatorial spread F (ESF)], IEEE, 2011)
  • TermFrogger  + (GNU/Linux, OSX, Windows)
  • MinDIA  + (German user guide avilable in HTML format from
  • Skidbladnir 2  + (German user introduction HTML included)
  • Sigel  + (German user manual available in HTML format from; English source documentation available in HTML format from
  • Multibootusb  + (GitHub SourceForge User Guide FAQ
  • Telegram  + (GitHub page at with more documentation at
  • Gpa  + (GnuPG is a system that provides you with privacy by encrypting emails or other documents and with authentication of received files by signature management.)
  • Guile-gcrypt  + (Guile-Gcrypt provides modules for cryptographic hash functions, message authentication codes (MAC), public-key cryptography, strong randomness, and more. It is implemented using the foreign function interface (FFI) of [[Guile]].)
  • Wired  + (HOWTOS at
  • YASM  + (HTML and PDF User Manual at
  • Hashit  + (Hashit API Documentation at:
  • Haste-server  + (Haste works well with a utility called haste-client.)
  • I2P  + (How to configure your browser: While I2P is a fantastic network, there is definitely one thing it lacks when compared to Tor: a purpose-built browser.)
  • Web of Life  + (How to on Adding Characters at
  • FUSBi  + (How-to For GNU/Linux Download the FUSBi b
    How-to For GNU/Linux Download the FUSBi binary file for GNU/Linux and make sure it has permission to be executed. Before executing it by double clicking, also make sure you have p7zip-full installed by apt-get install p7zip-full. On Fedora-based systems, you will need the p7zip-plugins package instead. On ArchLinux, you need to install mtools and p7zip. If you want FUSBi to automatically download the distribution image, choose the distribution name and version. If you already have the disc image on your hard disk, select the Diskimage option and browse to the image file. Choose the usb drive you want to install to (It should be at least 1 GB.) and press OK. You can also install the image to your harddisk, if you have your disk partitioned properly. FUSBi is modified from UNetbootin. In addition to the FUSBi source archive, you need Qt4 development libraries for GNU/Linux
    ed Qt4 development libraries for GNU/Linux)
  • Theorur  + (HowTo
  • AntTweakBar  + (Howto at
  • Abuse  + (Html-formatted old website FAQ archived from: [])
  • Openfight  + (I'm not sure if the end user is the citize
    I'm not sure if the end user is the citizen that is going to use this at its home, or the government that is going to adapt the source and deploy it for their country. My suggestion for the government. You should be able to adapt the webapp just touching the files under the folders config/ and translations/ My suggestion for the citizen. Just follow the instructions and realize that the diagnosis is just a hint that cannot replace a real diagnosis.
    hint that cannot replace a real diagnosis.)
  • INFOTOPO  + (INFOTOPO is currently divided into 3 progr
    INFOTOPO is currently divided into 3 programs: This program computes all the information quantities for all k-tuples below n=Nb_var and save them in object file. The input is an excel (.xlsx) table containing the data values, e.g. the matrix D with first row and column containing the labels, the rows are the random variables (computation with usual PC up to n=21 rows , n=Nb_var=Nb_vartot) and the columns are the differents trials-repetitions-essays (parameter m). It first estimate the joint probability density at a given grianing-resampling of the variables (parameter N=Nb_bins) [5]. It prints the overall histograms of raw and resampled values and of the raw and resampled matrix. The information functions are then estimated for each k-tuples and saved in object-files: _ 'ENTROPY'.pkl save the object Nentropy: a dictionaries (x,y) with x a list of kind (1,2,5) and y a Hk value in bit. It contains the 2^n values of joint entropies _ 'ENTROPY_ORDERED'.pkl save the object Nentropy_per_order_ordered, the ordered dictionary of Nentropy where the order is given by the entropy values. _ 'INFOMUT'.plk save the object Ninfomut: a dictionaries (x,y) with x a list of kind (1,2,5) and y a Ik value in bit; It contains the 2^n values of mutual informations. _ 'ENTROPY_SUM'.pkl save the object entropy_sum_order: a dictionaries (k,y) with k the degree and y the mean Hk value over all k-tuple in bit _ 'INFOMUT_ORDERED'.pkl save the object Ninfomut_per_order_ordered, the odered dictionary of Ninfomut where the order is given by the infomut values. _ 'INFOMUT_ORDEREDList'.plk save the object infomut_per_order: the same as INFOMUT_ORDERED but saved as a list. _ 'INFOMUT_SUM'.pkl save the object Infomut_sum_order: a dictionaries (k,y) with k the degree and y the mean Ik value over all k-tuple in bit Short program just to print the saved files .plk . This program computes all the visualization of information quantities in the form of distributions, information landscapes, mean landscapes and information paths together with an approximation of the minimum information energy complex, and scafolds of the Information. The input is the saved object-files .plk. . You have to choose the plk to load at the begining of the program and the corresponding figures of output you want by assigning a boolean value: SHOW_results_ENTROPY = False SHOW_results_INFOMUT = False SHOW_results_COND_INFOMUT = False SHOW_results_ENTROPY_HISTO = True SHOW_results_INFOMUT_HISTO = False SHOW_results_INFOMUT_path = False SHOW_results_SCAFOLD = False
    _path = False SHOW_results_SCAFOLD = False)
  • Jq  + (If you want to learn to use jq, read the documentation at []. You can also try it online at [].)
  • Historical/RequestPolicy  + (In addition to the official forum, there is also the [ Mozillazine support page].)
  • Siag  + (Included)
  • Edb  + (Included)
  • Gfslicer  + (Included)
  • Mybashburn  + (Included)
  • KSquirrel-libs  + (Included)
  • Nmh  + (Included)
  • Tlock  + (Included)
  • Rxvt  + (Included)
  • Comix  + (Included)
  • Devhelp  + (Included)
  • Incron  + (Included)
  • Tiny COBOL  + (Included)
  • OpenEdit  + (Included)
  • GNU Waveform Viewer  + (Included)
  • SCons Erlang  + (Included)
  • Totem  + (Included)
  • VisoHotlink  + (Included)
  • Audio-Convert  + (Included)
  • Gujin  + (Included)
  • Mmh  + (Included)
  • Rsync Vault Manager  + (Included)
  • Dictem  + (Included)
  • Stand Alone Tray  + (Included)
  • Mbuni - Multimedia Messaging Server (MMSC)  + (Included)
  • Nemiver  + (Included)
  • GShow TV  + (Included)
  • GnomeGo  + (Included)
  • KSquirrel  + (Included)
  • P1-utils  + (Included)
  • Dolphin  + (Included)
  • Shuffle DBuilder  + (Included)
  • Gt5  + (Included)
  • Otl  + (Included)
  • Rumor  + (Included)
  • Klep  + (Included)
  • Bonfire  + (Included)
  • LZPX  + (Included)
  • SingIt Lyric Display  + (Included)
  • Polari  + (Included)
  • Spam Trainer  + (Included)
  • NNCP  + (Included)
  • PythoPhotoPod  + (Included)
  • Proper  + (Included)
  • SMPlayer  + (Included)
  • Scons-chicken  + (Included)

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