Open Source Projects

Projects I worked on in the past years.
Some projects are outdated and are no longer developed.

fun2code Projects

DeskView DeskView - Desktop Viewer

Status: Finished

DeskView allows you to view someone elses desktop or show your desktop to others.

For more information visit the DeskView Page.

Please confirm the Java security pop-up on this page.

Android Projects

PAW Server for Android PAW Server for Android

Status: Alive

PAW Server is a Web Server for Android devices.

With PAW Server you can use the functionality of your phone from a web browser, server your own web pages or develop phone enabled web applications.

Android Market Link: Paw Server for Android

For more information visit the PAW Server for Android Homepage.

DavDrive DavDrive

Status: Alive

DavDrive is a WebDAV server which allows the sharing of files between the mobile phone and PC via Wi-Fi.

Supported operating systems are Mac OS X, Ubuntu and Windows.

Android Market Links: DavDrive Lite, DavDrive

For more information visit the DavDrive Homepage.

Sourceforge Projects

EPIC EPIC - Eclipse Perl Integration

Status: Alive

EPIC is a collection of Perl plug ins for Eclipse.
Currently the following plug ins are under development:

  • Perl Editor Plug-in
  • Perl Debugger Plug-in
  • RegExp Plug-in

For more information please have a look at the Project Homepage

PAW PAW - Pro Active Webfilter

Status: Alive

PAW (pro-active webfilter) is an Open-Source filtering HTTP proxy based on the Brazil Framework provided as a Open-Source Project by SUN. Because the Brazil Framework and PAW are written in Java the software is highly portable.

PAW allows for easy plug-in of Handlers (filter outgoing requests) and Filters (filter incoming data - the HTML response) and a GUI for end users. All the configuration files are in XML-Format and thus easy to modify (even without the GUI).

It's aim is to provide an easy to use interface for end users and to be easily extendible by developers. PAW consists of the following components:

  • PAW Server which implements the filtering HTTP Proxy.
  • PAW GUI for easy PAW Server administration.

For more information please have a look at the Project Homepage

JTagJTAG - Java ID3 tagger

Status: No longer developed

JTag is a Java ID3 tagger that should run on all platform running Java 1.2.
It is designed to load whole directories into a table. This makes it possible to edit all the MP3 files inside the specified directory in one go.

JTag only supports ID3 tags version 1.0.

For more information please have a look at the Project Homepage

Other Projects

Knoppix KNOPPIX - PCMCIA Boot Disks

Status: No longer developed

This package should allow you to boot KNOPPIX from a PCMCIA connected CD-ROM.

Tested with: KNOPPIX 3.3 2003-09-22
Thanks to David Hardne for testing.

The package consists of two floppy images:

Use rawrite/dd to copy the images to 1.44 floppy disks.

The command line for dd looks something like this:

dd if=bootdisk.img of=/dev/fd0
dd if=pcmcia_modules.img of=/dev/fd0

Insert the created boot floppy (created from bootdisk.img) and boot. On the "boot:" prompt just press [RETURN].
When prompted insert the PCMCIA disk (created from pcmcia_modules.img).
Now additional PCMCIA modules are loaded and the cardmanager is started.

If you are lucky, KNOPPIX will boot from PCMCIA CD-ROM.

TCPAdetect TCPAdetect - Detect TCPA compliant BIOS

Status: Finished

TCPAdetect is a small Assembler program that tries to detect if the BIOS is TCPA compliant or not.
If a compliant BIOS is detected the message TCPA capable BIOS detected! together with the TCPA compliance level is displayed.

Following files are available:

Use rawrite/dd to copy the images to 1.44 floppy disks.

I do not own TCPA compliant hardware (fortunately) and therefore I'm not able to really test the program.
A short test on a IBM Thinkpad showed that it seems to work.

If somebody has the opportunity to test the program against TCPA compliant hardware I would be glad to receive a short note.

For more information about TCPA have a look at the TCPA FAQ.

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