BSNMP - mini SNMP daemon
For a couple of projects that involved controlling software on
a couple of machines from a single controlling machine I decided
to use SNMP. After looking at several available SNMP implementations
I started to implement my own SNMP stuff, because what was available
was not really what I needed (for several reasons). The result is
- patch_rc_d_atm patch to make the
transition atm2.sh to atm2 and atm3.sh to atm3. It fixes a bug with atm1/2
and introduces the harp(4) pseudo driver.
- patch_busdma patch to implement
bus_dmamap_sync_size() for i386.
- patch_en(4) patch to busdma-ify the driver for
Efficient networks and Adaptec ATM cards. (commited)
P11 - a PDP-11 simulator
A couple of years ago when I still owned a PDP-11 I decided to write
a simulator for that machine, because running that machine was a problem
in a normal flat. The result is this simulator. It has the additional bonus
of beeing more than 10 times faster than the original machine, beeing much more
silent, needing less electricity and producing lesser heat. It runs on
FreeBSD, Solaris and Linux, provides several different kinds of disks and tapes
and an Ethernet controller. It successfully runs RSX-11M, RSX-PLUS, RT-11
and 2.11BSD. A fully system build of 2.11BSD takes just around an hour on
a 1GHz host.
Libbegemot is needed to build the simulator.