bgpdns is a DNS server which synthesizes DNS records from the Internet routing table.
In this memo, we describe our steps to add support for the Boehm-Demers-Weiser conservative garbage collector to GNAT, the GNU Ada compiler.
debsecan program evaluates the security status of a host running the Debian operation system. It reports missing security updates and known vulnerabilities in the programs which are installed on the host.
doscan is a tool to quickly scan your network for machines listening on a TCP port, opening thousands of TCP connections in parallel.
GNU arch is a version control system which is also suitable for software distribution. This memo describes how you can obtain software from the archives stored at
One potential source of errors in Lua programs is the unintended use of global variables. The
lua2-mode Emacs mode aims to show how improved editors can help programmers to avoid these errors, without changing the Lua language itself.
This web page collects background information on the Debian's migration to APT version 0.6.
This page collects scripts and configuration snippets for use with Exim.
Passive DNS replication is a technology which constructs zone replicas without cooperation from zone administrators, based on captured name server responses.
SNBS, the Simple Network Backup System, provides a framework for network-based backups to a central backup server. It is designed to be simple and robust, and it tries to avoid any trust relationship between the backup server and its clients.
This memo collects some issues which could be considered design defects, hard-to-overcome implementation deficiencies in arch's current implementation (called
tla), and general design directions. The memo is still work in progress and is, of course, entirely subjective.