xot.tgz (4.7) An X.25 over TCP (rfc1613) driver for UnixWare ≥ 2 (tested and developed on 7.1.1). Fixes silly state errors in version 4.3.
A version of Stephane Fillod's xotd for Linux that allows use of more
than one xot remote and fixes some synchronisation bugs.
This version uses a standard "tun" device and works with modern 2.6.x versions of Linux.
The configuration file (-f option) now looks like:
# xotd configuration file # Fields: # 1. tun device (use "=" if you don't care, will be tun0, tun1...) # 2. remote # 3. setup script (use "=" if you don't want one) # 4. VC's (256 if missing) = 192.168.1.66 /etc/xotd/xotd-setup 256The setup script is run with the name of the xot device as its only argument. It should set the link into the "up" state. It is also good place to put x25 routing configuration, or setup x25 subscription options. For example:
#! /bin/sh -e echo "Setting up $1" > /dev/console ip link set $1 up route --x25 add 0/0 $1
The x25tap patch for xotd ported to linux 2.4.19 -- no longer needed.
openssi-etch -- Alpha preview of OpenSSI on Debian Etch
openssi-lenny -- Alpha preview of OpenSSI on Debian Lenny
George 3 -- Playing with ICL George 3
Installing Debian on a Vaio Z (2011)
Some stuff for Debian
safte.c (7.2) A utility program for talking to SAF-TE stoirage enclosures on Linux. Ported from an application I wrote for UnixWare. Provides more information that the sg_safte tool in sg3_utils and allow setting current state of slots (faulty device, critical array, rebuiling and so on). A splendid example of poor programming style.Thinks about Linux mdadm raid10