The original multicast routing daemon

mrouted is an implementation of the IPv4 DVMRP multicast routing protocol, RFC 1075. It is capable of turning a UNIX workstation, or an embedded Linux device, into a multicast router with tunnelling support, in order to cross non-multicast-aware routers. DVMRP is a distance vector based protocol, derived from RIP, suitable for closely located multicast users in smaller networks. It simply floods all multicast streams to all routers, i.e. implicit join. This is also known as “flood and prune” since you can opt out from groups you do not want. [Read More]

Micro Snake

Welcome to Micro Snake, based on an original implementation by Simon Huggins. This version of the snake game is very small, utilizing only ANSI escape sequences to draw the board, no external library dependencys other than a standard C-library, like uClibc. Hence, it is very suitable for todays small embedded devices. The aim of the game is to collect the gold ($), avoid cactuses (*), borders, and colliding with the snake itself. [Read More]