These are the Fixed Time Quantum benchmark tools. They are usable on almost all Unix systems and on Plan 9 as well. They have been tested on the Blue Gene CNK and work there.
Tool for creating coreboot code from the i915 driver iin Linux
code from the Fault Oblivious X-stack project
This is a simple Forth-like interpreter to be used for tools like gproc. It is oriented to operating on hostnames with mathematical operators embedded in argv parameters. E.g., one can do this:
These are various things I've put together to use on Plan 9, that don't fit any category.
This is a user-level distributed shared memory system I wrote in 1995 and which we may be reviving in 2010.
This is the lguest port so that Plan 9 can run under lguest
My version of avatt
An implementation of ldd. The Go library has some new functions which allow us to create this much-slimmed-down version.
my fork of npe's fork of my fork