This is part of my current FIDO2 projects.
mediad is my attempt at handling removable
devices, because I wasn't satisfied with anything I've found so
far. Basically it is an automouter for
dynamic configuration driven by
udev. It is
available as source and binary in my Debian
RoBlog because I wasn't really
satisfied with all the blogging systems I've looked at. So I
simply made my own :-) It's written specifically for my needs,
so it might be of little use for others. Nevertheless, feel
free to use it, it's available under GPL. An example is my
blog, and the source
code is also avaiable.
There were quite a few other tools and projects formerly, most of which are quite outdated in the meantime:
This is the collection of mkdosfs and dosfsck tool. I had taken over their maintenanceship for a while from inactive authors, but became just as inactive a few years later...
Currently the package can be found on GitHub.
This was the bootstrap program for the Linux/m68k kernel from TOS.
I cannot find it myself anymore, but a link here. Download
This was the partition editor for Atari. It somewhat resembles Linux fdisk for PC. There was a Debian package of it for some time.
This driver implemented a
that gives access to NVRAM (also known as CMOS RAM) in the
mc146818 RTC chip that is built into PCs and Ataris.
A little Linux tool to view or change NVRAM settings of an Atari.
A little Linux tool like PC setserial to change settings of Atari SCC serial ports.
A tool suite for cross-compiling Debian packages. It was taken over by Nikita Yushchenko and later Neil Williams and is still actively included in Debian.
Pioneers (formerly "Gnocatan") is a rather addicting implementation of the "Settlers of Catan" board game. For some time was involved in its development and had written some code for it.
Morannon is a small Linux-based router and firewall implementation. More information can be found on a separate page.
Quite outdated in the mean time, and not used or maintained anymore.
levent XFree86 input driver was a quick,
one-afternoon project coming from personal needs: My new mouse
didn't work fully with the existing kernel input driver /
XFree86 infrastructure. To overcome that I've written my own
input driver reading USB HID events directly from
/dev/input/event* and translating them to X11
events inside the server. The mapping between HID events and
X11 events is highly configurable, so this driver might be
useful for others, too.
The source code for
levent still can be found
here. However, it is outdated with Xorg servers.
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