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Kernel module that enables you to call ACPI methods

Kernel module that enables you to call ACPI methods by writing the method name followed by arguments to /proc/acpi/call. . It allows you to tamper with your system and should be used with caution.


dkms driver sources for Advantech PCI/PCIe ACOM Series adapters

This serial driver provides kernel support for the following multiport Advantech boards (using EXAR chip): PCIE-1602 PCIE-1604 PCIE-1610 PCIE-1612 PCIE-1620 PCIE-1622 PCM-2602C PCM-2604C PCM-2610B PCM-2612B PCM-3612I PCI-1602 PCI-1604 PCI-1610 PCI-1612 PCI-1620 PCI-1622 The package is aimed to provide DKMS support for this driver.


iBurst USB modem driver in DKMS format

This package builds the iBurst USB modem driver using DKMS. . This driver provides support for Kyocera iBurst / ArrayComm User Terminal USB (UTU) and User Terminal Desktop (UTD) modems connected via USB. . This driver creates an interface named "ethX", where X depends on what other networking devices you have in use.

/main/aufs/aufs-dev

Development files for aufs

The aufs driver provides a union mount for Linux filesystems. It allows one to virtually merge the contents of several directories and/or stack them, so that file changes in the aufs union mount end up as changes in only one of the source directories. . This package contains the development files for aufs.

/main/aufs/aufs-dkms

DKMS files to build and install aufs

The aufs driver provides a union mount for Linux filesystems. It allows one to virtually merge the contents of several directories and/or stack them, so that file changes in the aufs union mount end up as changes in only one of the source directories. . This package contains the DKMS files to build and install aufs. . To install this package, you have to install the header files for your current kernel manually (usually included in the "linux-headers-").


Tools to manage aufs filesystems

The aufs driver provides a union mount for Linux filesystems. It allows one to virtually merge the contents of several directories and/or stack them, so that file changes in the aufs union mount end up as changes in only one of the source directories. . This package contains utilities needed to configure aufs containers on-the-fly.


Interface for toggling the power on NVIDIA Optimus video cards

bbswitch is a kernel module which automatically detects the required ACPI calls for two kinds of Optimus laptops. It has been verified to work with "real" Optimus and "legacy" Optimus laptops (at least, that is what the author Lekensteyn calls those). . This package contains source code only, and is intended to be used with module-assistant to build the bbswitch kernel module.


Interface for toggling the power on NVIDIA Optimus video cards

bbswitch is a kernel module which automatically detects the required ACPI calls for two kinds of Optimus laptops. It has been verified to work with "real" Optimus and "legacy" Optimus laptops (at least, that is what the author Lekensteyn calls those). . This package uses DKMS to automatically build the bbswitch kernel module.

/main/blcr/blcr-dkms

DKMS support for BLCR kernel module

This package provides integration with the DKMS infrastructure for automatically building out of tree kernel modules. . BLCR (Berkeley Lab Checkpoint/Restart) allows programs running on Linux to be "checkpointed" (written entirely to a file), and then later "restarted".


Xen API blktap kernel component DKMS package

The Xen Cloud Platform (XCP) is an open source enterprise-ready server virtualization and cloud computing platform, delivering the Xen Hypervisor with support for a range of guest operating systems. This package is part of it. It implements the userland part of the blktap driver. . Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) is a file format standard which maps logical hard disk contents to a physical disk image format, which can then be more efficiently stored in a variety of different storage types, such as file systems or logical volumes. . VHDs are container files storing block metadata alongside a virtual disk's contents, in a single disk image. The metadata enables advanced storage backend capabilities, such as thin provisioning, disk image snapshotting, and coalescing of differencing disks. . Libvhd is a library to access VHD format metadata. It provides disk image initialization, inspection and manipulation to both VHD user utilities and the VHD disk driver in Blktap. . This package contains the source for the blktap kernel module. It includes DKMS support so that installation of this package will result in a working blktap kernel module.


DAHDI telephony interface - source code for kernel driver

DAHDI (formly Zaptel) is an interface for telephony devices used by e.g. the Asterisk PBX software. The dahdi-* packages provide the kernel DAHDI kernel modules and their required setup environment, as well as basic headers for building DAHDI modules and utilities. . It is normally used to build kernel modules package: m-a a-i dahdi


DAHDI telephony interface (dkms kernel driver)

DAHDI (formerly Zaptel) is an interface for telephony devices used by e.g. the Asterisk PBX software. The dahdi-* packages provide the kernel DAHDI kernel modules and their required setup environment. . The dkms package will automatically compile the driver for your current kernel version.


DDC/CI driver

This set of kernel modules provides a DDC/CI driver for compatible monitors, and integration into the backlight system class. With the latter, many desktop environments can control the backlight on external monitors.


Linux 2.2+ device driver source for 3Dfx boards

This package is the source for the 3Dfx device driver to allow access to 3Dfx boards and setting its MTRR:s correctly without the user having root privileges. . It should work on Linux 2.2+ kernels, including SMP enabled kernels.


Collection of graphics tablet drivers by DIGImend project

This is a collection of graphics tablet drivers for the Linux kernel, produced and maintained by the DIGImend project. . See http://digimend.github.io/drivers/digimend/tablets/ for a list of supported tablet models.

/main/dkms/dkms

Dynamic Kernel Module Support Framework

DKMS is a framework designed to allow individual kernel modules to be upgraded without changing the whole kernel. It is also very easy to rebuild modules as you upgrade kernels.


log-structured caching for Linux

dm-writeboost is an OS-level IO controller that builds logs from in-coming writes (data and metadata) and then writes the logs sequentially similar to log-structured filesystem. As a further extension, dm-writeboost supports read-caching which also writes data sequentially. . This package provides DKMS kernel module for Linux Kernel 3.10+.


Data Plane Development Kit (rte kni dkms)

DPDK is a set of libraries for fast packet processing. Applications run in user-space and communicate directly with dedicated network interfaces. . This package contains the source code for the rte_kni kernel module.


Data Plane Development Kit (igb uio dkms)

DPDK is a set of libraries for fast packet processing. Applications run in user-space and communicate directly with dedicated network interfaces. . This package contains the source code for the igb_uio kernel module.


Data Plane Development Kit (dkms)

DPDK is a set of libraries for fast packet processing. Applications run in user-space and communicate directly with dedicated network interfaces. . This package contains the source code for the igb_uio kernel module.


dynamic block device cache for Linux (DKMS version)

EnhanceIO is a dynamic block level cache to improve performance of rotating hard disk drives by using SSDs as cache devices. . EnhanceIO derived from Flashcache project but it does not use device mapper and can create and delete caches while a source volume is being used (i.e. mounted). . EnhanceIO supports three caching modes: read-only, write-through, and write-back and three cache replacement policies: random, FIFO, and LRU. . This package provides DKMS kernel module for Linux Kernel 3.7+.

/main/evdi/evdi-dkms

Extensible Virtual Display Interface driver kernel module

The Extensible Virtual Display Interface (EVDI) is a Linux kernel module that enables management of multiple screens, allowing user-space programs to take control over what happens with the image. It is essentially a virtual display you can add, remove and receive screen updates for, in an application that uses the libevdi library. . The module and library is part of the DisplayLink Ubuntu development which enables support for DisplayLink USB 3.0 devices on Ubuntu. . Please note that this is NOT a complete driver for DisplayLink devices. . This package installs the kernel module needed for creating the virtual displays.


Binary firmware for various drivers in the Linux kernel

This package contains firmware which was previously included in the Linux kernel and which is compliant with the Debian Free Software Guidelines. . Most firmware previously included in the Linux kernel is non-free and has been moved to the firmware-linux-nonfree package. . Contents: * AV7110 DVB card firmware (av7110/bootcode.bin) * Atheros AR9170 free firmware for use with carl9170 (carl9170-1.fw) * 3Com Megahertz 3CCFEM556 CIS fix (cis/3CCFEM556.cis) * 3Com Megahertz 3CXEM556 CIS fix (cis/3CXEM556.cis) * Advantech COMpad-32/85 CIS fix (cis/COMpad2.cis) * Advantech COMpad-32/85B-4 CIS fix (cis/COMpad4.cis) * NSC DP83903 PCMCIA Ethernet card CIS fix (cis/DP83903.cis) * Allied Telesis LA-PCM CIS fix (cis/LA-PCM.cis) * MultiTech PCMCIA 56K DataFax CIS fix (cis/MT5634ZLX.cis) * NDC PCMCIA Ethernet card CIS fix (cis/NE2K.cis) * EN2218-LAN/MODEM CIS fix (cis/PCMLM28.cis) * PreMax PE-200 CIS fix (cis/PE-200.cis) * LanPro EP-4000A CIS fix (cis/PE520.cis) * RS-COM 2P CIS fix (cis/RS-COM-2P.cis) * Sierra Aircard 555 CIS fix (cis/SW_555_SER.cis) * Sierra Wireless AC710/AC750 CIS fix (cis/SW_7xx_SER.cis) * Sierra Wireless AC850/AC860 CIS fix (cis/SW_8xx_SER.cis) * Tamarack PCMCIA Ethernet card CIS fix (cis/tamarack.cis) * Atari Falcon DSP56001 firmware (dsp56k/bootstrap.bin) * Intel C600 SAS/SATA controller default parameters, version 1.3 (isci/isci_firmware.bin) * Keyspan USA-19 firmware (keyspan_pda/keyspan_pda.fw) * Xircom PGSDB9/Entrega PortGear firmware (keyspan_pda/xircom_pgs.fw) * USB-DUX firmware (usbdux_firmware.bin) * USB-DUXfast firmware (usbduxfast_firmware.bin) * USB-DUXsigma firmware (usbduxsigma_firmware.bin)


write-back block device cache for Linux (DKMS version)

Flashcache is a write-back block device cache for Linux. Using the Linux device mapper (DM) it provides an overlay mapper, to cache chunks of data on a high speed caching device like a solid-state drive for fast read access. . Flashcache supports FIFO and LRU cache sets, is configurable and error resistant. It comes with a DKMS kernel module and a corresponding user land for command and control. Alternatively it can be configured as write-through and write-around flash cache, which does not store any persitent data in the flash volume, hence purging the cache upon reboot. . This package provides the DKMS kernel module. . Warning: Flashcache is known not to work on the i686 (x86_32) architecture and possibly others.


Linux kernel modules implementing GOST cryptography

This is a set of Linux kernel modules implementing Russian cryptographic algorithms: . - GOST 28147 cipher (RFC 5830) - GOST 28147 "Imitovstavka" (MAC mode) (RFC 5830) - GOST R 34.11-94 digest (RFC 5831) - HMAC using GOST R 34.11-94 (RFC 4357) - GOST R 34.12-2015 ciphers (Magma and Kuznyechik) (RFC 7801) - CMAC using GOST R 34.12-2015 (as required by GOST R 34.13-2015) - GOST R 34.11-2012 digest (RFC 6986)


Runtime hardening configuration files

This package contains configuration files intended to improve at runtime the hardening of a default Debian installation. It uses Linux kernel self-protection project recommended settings. . It supports: * Linux command line, when using grub * sysctl . Some options have side effects on performance or usability, users are encouraged to tune the configuration files according to README.Debian in order to fit their system.


multiboot compliant kernel game

GRUB Invaders is a game that runs directly on a computer, without an operating system. It is meant to be started with the GRUB bootloader for PCs.


iptables target which generates netflows

ipt-netflow is an iptables/netfilter target which generates traffic statistics in NetFlow v5 and v9 format as well as in IPFIX format. . It provides high performance and scalability. For highest performance module could be run without conntrack being enabled in kernel. Reported to be able to handle 10Gbit traffic with more than 1500000 pps with negligible server load (on S5500BC).

/main/jool/jool-dkms

kernel-based SIIT and NAT64 (IP/ICMP translation)

Jool is an IP/ICMP translator; a NAT-like kernel-based utility that converts IPv4 traffic into IPv6 and vice versa, according to a configurable IP address translation strategy. . The `jool_siit` module implements SIIT (sometimes known as "Stateless NAT64"), a lightweight translator that avoids storing state by keeping a deterministic 1-to-1 relationship between IPv4 addresses and their IPv6 counterparts. It can translate addresses using the "traditional prefix" algorithm defined in RFC 6052, and/or the Explicit Address Mapping algorithm defined in RFC 7757. . The `jool` module implements Stateful NAT64, a translator that can achieve 1 (IPv4)-to-N (IPv6) relationships through a mapping strategy based on stateful NAT. Its full address translation algorithm is defined in RFC 6146. . Both of these functions can be attached to the kernel in Netfilter hooks or as iptables targets. . This package contains the kernel modules. The jool-tools package contains the userspace configuration clients.


userspace utilities for the Jool kernel modules

Jool is an IP/ICMP translator; a NAT-like kernel-based utility that converts IPv4 traffic into IPv6 and vice versa, according to a configurable IP address translation strategy. . This package contains the userspace tools. The kernel modules can be found in the jool-dkms package.