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Ipv blog

ipvblog (ipv)

blog orienté sur la sécurité informatique. analyse axé sur l'architecture des systèmes d'exploitation et présentation des divers travaux liés. projets et codes sources sous licence libre(beerware, gpl, bsd)

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italian wesnoth development and repository

itwesnoth (valdan)

Itwesnoth stems from a group of young developers (meet in the Italian forum of Wesnoth) to easily share and collaborate in the creation of extensions, and to always have available the latest version of the game. The group is divided as follows: -italian meeting point for the development of new extensions and their changes as: icons, ere, scenarios, translations, etc ... -repositories Ubuntu/Debian, Arch and in the future Redhat with stable and unstable versions updated, since the distributions are updated almost only stable package and even the latest version. All under the well known license GNU GPL.

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jIDEE: Java IDE for Education

jidee (mithat)

jIDEE is a free programming environment designed to satisfy the pedagogical requirements of introductory Java computer science and computer engineering courses. jIDEE functions as a wrapper around Oracle's Java Development Kit (JDK) and third-party text editors. It currently runs under Windows operating systems with versions for Linux and OS X in development.

jIDEE is currently released under the GNU General Public License v2.

Broadly speaking, there are two approaches taken toward programming environments in education. The first involves having students use professional grade, highly integrated development environments; the second eschews integrated development environments entirely and has students use general-purpose text editors for developing code and command-line tools for building and debugging programs. Each approach has its pros and cons.

jIDEE attempts to provide a development environment that combines the best of both worlds for first year computing courses. It has been designed as an easy to use though limited IDE that reveals the underlying structure of the code development process. We envision that after a developing programmer uses jIDEE for one or two semesters, the fundamentals of code development and project management will have taken root, and she or he will be ready for a full-fledged IDE.

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journal (leirda)

Script bash que j’utilise afin de faciliter l’écriture de mon journal.

Tous les scripts sont publiés sous la licence GPLv3, et les éventuels pages de manuel et autres documentations sous GFDL.

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Kansas Linux Fest

kerarmor bzh Fablabs

kerarmorbzh (baud123)

kerarmor bzh des fablabs en Bretagne pour promouvoir le DIY, le numérique, Linux, l'autonomie de tout un chacun

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klhpc (klh)

Site regroupant de la documentation sur mon expérience avec la distribution Debian GNU/linux (installation, configuration, personnalisation, etc...).

A noter un tutoriel sur la compilation et l'exécution du benchmark HPL (High-Performance Linpack), d'où le nom du projet, klh + hpc (High-Performance Computing). HPC est un terme généralement employé dans le monde des supercalculateurs. Il est détourné ici pour une allusion à l'overclocking. En effet ce benchmark est une des applications les plus performante pour ce qui est de faire chauffer un processeur. Chose indispensable pour tester une machine après un overclock.

License GFDL (GNU Free Documentation License)

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Karnataka Schools GNU/Linux Distribution

knschools (movingrepubl)

Govt Schools in Karnataka State is migrating to free software. As a part of teachers trainings, syllabus and standardisation, Moving Republic is creating an educational distro based on Debian EDU stable with some improvements like local language support etc , which is not in debian stable yet. It is 100% free software and will be integrated with debian upstream on long run

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L2TP over IPSec VPN Manager

l2tpipsecvpn (wejaeger)

This is a free and open source software licensed under GPLv3.

A GUI to manage L2TP over IPsec virtual private network connections. It provides a system tray icon in the notification area from which a non privileged user can establish and bring down L2TP over IPsec VPN connections.

There is also a 'Edit connections' menu item. In order to bring up the editor dialog, a non privileged user must authenticate as root.

From there the user can add, remove and edit vpn connections.

Editing allows configuring various options for IPsec, L2TP and PPP.

Among others, the user can configure eg. the gateway, the use of either PSK or a certificate for authentication, various L2TP options as redial- timeout and attempts and of course all important PPP options. It also allows you to configure PPP for tunnel splitting because you can add routes as you want.

When applying your settings, all necessary configuration files are written accordingly (ipsec.conf, xl2tp.conf, options.xl2tpd, opensc.conf up and down scripts ...).

It relies on Openswan and xl2tp packages as the underlying protocol handlers.

You can also use certificates on your local machine or, if e.g. OpenSC is installed and configured, even on a smart card to handle PPP authentication.

The GUI automatically detects when network interfaces are going up or down and can (if so configured) automatically establish or close VPN connections.

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