Ah, Projects. The Open Source kind. My profession is Linux Systems Administration, so I end up with quite a bag or two of useless code. Most of it work related, although a good bit is personal. I hope that you might find something useful here. I’m always accepting patches, so if you find one of these things interesting please feel free to help out. If you have any questions, patches, or comments, see the JackNeely page for how to contact me.
Public projects and source code. Thing in Git will be much newer than what is still in Subverstion. Any project in both has been moved over to Git and that’s where any current work will be. Some of my personal projects are backups of the NCSU Campus Linux Services projects.
- Personal Git Repos
- Personal Subversion Repo
- Campus Linux Services Git Reps
- Campus Linux Services Subversion Repo
If you have any questions including that about licensing, please let me know.
Realm Linux is my main reason for life at NC State University. This is a modified version of Red Hat’s operating systems (as of this writing RHEL) that integrates seamlessly into NC State’s computing environment. This includes Kerberos, hesiod, OpenAFS, automated installs, and configuration. You may also be interested in the more general website for Campus Linux Services as it contains links to more projects and code.
Subversion Trees of Note:
- https://svn.linux.ncsu.edu/svn/cls/ – A general collection of home grown source used in Realm Linux
- https://svn.linux.ncsu.edu/svn/clspackages/ – A repository of RPM packages I’ve built
I am the current Current maintainer. Current aims to support the Yum and RHN protocols and develop an Open Source errata and repository management system. I am currently not interested in perusing this project.
Check out the MiniProjects page as well. This contains some random bits of code that I’ve had a hand in. Mostly small bits of usefullness like an Apache driven XMLRPC server for Python code.