I am co-maintaining the hwmon subsystem of the Linux kernel, as well as a bunch of i2c controller drivers.
I have been maintaining the i2c subsystem for 7 years (2005-2012.)
These days, I am the main actor of the LM Sensors project. This project aims at providing essential tools for monitoring the hardware health of Linux systems.
Quilt allows you to easily manage large numbers of patches by keeping track of the changes each patch makes. Patches can be applied, un-applied, refreshed, and more.
This package contains an heterogeneous set of I2C tools for Linux: bus probing tool, chip dumper, register-level access helpers, EEPROM decoding scripts, and more. These tools were originally part of the lm-sensors package but were finally split into their own package for convenience.
Dmidecode reports information about your system's hardware as described in the BIOS according to the SMBIOS/DMI standard. This information typically includes system manufacturer, model name, serial number, BIOS version, asset tag, and a lot of other details of varying level of interest and reliability, depending on the manufacturer. This will often include usage status for the CPU sockets, expansion slots and memory module slots, and the list of I/O ports.
I have been maintaining dmidecode for over 6 years, and am still working on it as a developer.
I am looking for real-world SMBIOS implementations for my non-regression test
suite. I am particularly interested in implementations of SMBIOS 2.7.
If you have such a system with dmidecode 2.10 or later installed, please consider
sending a dump of its DMI table to me (use
dmidecode --dump-bin). Thanks!
This program extracts Emperor, Battle for Dune's sound and music files (.bag) to MPEG audio files (.mp3).
A more complete tool named BagTool is available on dune2k.com.