Open sources corner
Name
Operating
System
License
Date
Abstract
vmadump Linux GPLv3
10
September
2020
Tool which maps shared virtual memory areas of a source process as a set of contiguous memory regions and dumps a given part of the resulting whole area to the standard output.
TDW Linux LGPLv3
19
August
2020
TDW stands for "Timers on Delta Wheel. It is a library managing temporizations. Upon expiration, a user defined callback is invoked.
SYSTRESS Linux GPLv3
24
September
2019
SYSTRESS stands for "SYStem STRESS. It is a tool derived from the famous cyclictest(8) tool. Like the latter, SYSTRESS main focus is latency evaluation on Linux systems while running loading activities. This is achieved through a configuration file for flexibility, fine-grained setup and reproducible test conditions.
PDIP Linux LGPLv3

GPLv3
24
March
2019
PDIP stands for "Programmed Dialogue with Interactive Programs". This is an expect-like tool designed to automate the execution of programs which normally need human intervention.
ISYS Linux LGPLv3
03
April
2019
ISYS stands for "Interactive SYStem()". This is a optimized version of the C library's system() service based on PDIP.
RSYS Linux LGPLv3
03
April
2019
RSYS stands for "Remote SYStem()". This is another optimized version of the C library's system() service based on PDIP.
UDPC
Linux

GPLv3
25
January
2011
UDPC stands for "User Datagram Protocol Console". This is a Linux console based on UDP and UDP-lite protocols to get the kernel messages remotely. This is useful for administrating or debugging the Linux kernel.
ROOF Linux
LGPLv3

GPLv3
03
August
2010

ROOF stands for "Remote Operations On Files". This is a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) client and an API which can be used by any program needing FTP interactions with a remote server. The package also provides the following tools:
  • FTPFS based on ROOF and FUSE to mount a remote host in order to make it appear as a local file system;
  • FTPING based on ROOF to check the availability of a remote FTP server (kind of PING program but at FTP protocol level instead of ICMP).