• birq - Balance IRQs

    BIRQ stands for Balance IRQs. This is software to balance interrupts between CPUs on Linux while high load. The birq project is written in C. It has no external dependencies. Read this [[ |documentation]] for details about birq.

    The author of birq project is Serj Kalichev <serj.kalichev(at)>....

  • faux

    The faux library.

    The author of project is Serj Kalichev. The main target platform is a Linux. The project is written in C. The development is sponsored by "Factor-TS" company

    The library contains a set of auxiliary functions. These functions are:...

  • klish - Kommand Line Interface Shell

    The klish is a framework for implementing a CISCO-like CLI on a UNIX systems. It is configurable by XML files. The KLISH stands for Kommand Line Interface Shell. I know that "command" starts with "c" :) .

    The klish is a fork of clish 0.7.3 project ( The original clish was developed by Graeme McKerrell. The klish obtain some new features but it's compatible (as much as possible) with clish's XML configuration files. The author of klish project is Serj Kalichev....

  • repoforge - Repository Forge

    The repoforge stands for Repository Forge.

    The project was initially created to support Subversion repositories with RPM package sources for RPM-based Linux distribution. It has potentialities to use different version control systems and generate different types of packages (RPM, deb) using the same source code and patches. But this features were not implemented yet....

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