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High performance HTTP 1.1 webserver written in Erlang
Yaws is a high performance HTTP 1.1 webserver written in Erlang. It is a multithreaded webserver where one Erlang light weight process is used to handle each client. Two separate modes of operation are supported. . This package includes binaries and config to run Yaws in standalone mode where it works as a regular webserver daemon.
disassembler for the Zilog Z80 microprocessor
The Z80 microprocessor is used in some 1980s home microcomputers, such as the Sinclair ZX80, ZX81, Spectrum, Galaksija and in several newer devices, such as graphical calculators from Texas Instruments and the original GameBoy. . This disassembler is useful for reverse engineering programs and operating systems written for such devices. It produces assembly source code from binary ROM images and tries to guess locations of labels and symbols. Its output can be directly converted back to binary with a Z80 assembler, such as z80asm.
Unified maintenance mode
Fuel is an open source deployment and management tool for OpenStack. Developed as an OpenStack community effort, it provides an intuitive, GUI-driven experience for deployment and management of OpenStack, related community projects and plug-ins. . Fuel brings consumer-grade simplicity to streamline and accelerate the otherwise time-consuming, often complex, and error-prone process of deploying, testing and maintaining various configuration flavors of OpenStack at scale. Unlike other platform-specific deployment or management utilities, Fuel is an upstream OpenStack project that focuses on automating the deployment and testing of OpenStack and a range of third-party options, so it’s not compromised by hard bundling or vendor lock-in. . This package provides unified maintenance mode utilities.
Fuel tasklib Python 2.7 module
Fuel is an open source deployment and management tool for OpenStack. Developed as an OpenStack community effort, it provides an intuitive, GUI-driven experience for deployment and management of OpenStack, related community projects and plug-ins. . Fuel brings consumer-grade simplicity to streamline and accelerate the otherwise time-consuming, often complex, and error-prone process of deploying, testing and maintaining various configuration flavors of OpenStack at scale. Unlike other platform-specific deployment or management utilities, Fuel is an upstream OpenStack project that focuses on automating the deployment and testing of OpenStack and a range of third-party options, so it’s not compromised by hard bundling or vendor lock-in. . This package provides the Fuel task-lib Python module for Python 2.7.
collects a server’s hardware information and submits it
The agent nailgun-agent.rb collects the server’s hardware information and submits it to Nailgun through the REST API. It is used inside the hardware discovery bootstrap ISO image, on which nodes boot over PXE.
Z-Shell Empire client
zec is a client for Empire (http://www.wolfpackempire.com/), a real time, multiplayer, internet-based game, featuring military, diplomatic, and economic goals. . Currently there are two incarnations of zec: zec, and zecsh. . zec itself is a traditional script in the style of pei. While it is not as full-featured as pei, it does have the advantage of ZLE support. . zecsh is an experimental script, intended to be sourced from a running shell instance, in order to give the user the ability to intersperse normal shell constructs with Empire commands. . At this time, zecsh is considerably less stable than zec.