These are my links for 15 mag 2015 through 17 mag 2015:
These are my links for 18 ago 2014 through 25 ago 2014:
- Spark | Open source IoT toolkit – You want your connected product to be smart, right? Give it an operating system designed for the Internet of Things. Spark OS is a distributed operating system, where servers in the Cloud do the heavy lifting. That way your product can handle complex, intelligent behaviors when it's online, even with only kilobytes of memory.
- WRTnode | First & only open source hardware for OpenWrt, the world’s smallest Linux Wi-Fi dev board, Easy & completed IDE, NEW machines’ heart – Opensource hardware for OpenWrt, mini Linux+Wi-Fi board, easy and completed IDE, smart machines' heart
- adrienthebo/r10k – Smarter Puppet deployment, powered by killer robots
- Atraci/Atraci · GitHub – Atraci is an application for Windows, Mac and Linux that lets you listen instantly to more than 60 million songs (way more than iTunes's 26 million). It requires no sign up, displays no ads and is 100% safe.
These are my links for 19 mar 2013 through 28 mar 2013:
These are my links for 26 ott 2012 through 1 nov 2012:
- tunlr.net – Stream video or music, whenever and wherever you want
Do you want to stream video or audio from U.S.-based on-demand Internet streaming media providers but can't get in on the fun because you're living outside the U.S.? Fear not, you have come to the right place. Tunlr lets you stream content from sites like Hulu, MTV, CBS, ABC, Pandora and more to your Mac or PC. Want to watch HuluPlus on your iPad, AppleTV or XBox 360 even though you're not in the U.S.? Tunlr lets you do this.
- Wifix – Non-technical version
WiFix is a program that allows users to locate, download, compile and install the appropriate driver for their wireless card.
WiFix is a community-built program that aims to be a modular program that provides users with an intuitive interface for installing wireless drivers. Although created for Linux in general and Ubuntu in particular, the design is intended to allow for usage on all Linux distributions and other platforms, such as BSD or even Windows, potentially using the same database tables. For example, archives used for installing NDIS-based drivers can work in any of these operating systems.
When users run WiFix, their device information is submitted to our database, the PCI ID is stored, so that may locate the appropriate driver. When the same device id is queried again, the driver is retrieved and installed. In a sense, WiFix is a program by users, for users; every time someone uses it, it gets a little bit better.
- 5115 Default Passwords from Open Sez Me! – 5115 Default Passwords for thousands of systems from 642 vendors!