• PredicateInstaller

    This is a Python script that uses the private SoftwareUpdate framework to download packages from Apple's Software Update servers using a predicate. (43 watchers)

  • letsencrypt-mac

    Let's Encrypt hook and harness scripts for integration with OS X Server (24 watchers)

  • mountclean-osx

    uphclean clone for Mac OS X (10 watchers)

  • od2samba4

    Apple Open Directory to Samba 4 Active Directory Domain Controller migration tools (7 watchers)

  • cups_quota

    A simple CUPS quota system based on Python and SQLite (2 watchers)

  • deploystudio_remote_scripts

    Some PHP scripts through which a DeployStudio workflow can register a computer with MunkiServer and Proteus IPAM. (2 watchers)

  • osTicket

    osTicket mit eigenen Patches auf dem physcip-Branch (0 watchers)

  • hjuutilainen-recipes

    Recipes for AutoPkg (0 watchers)

  • espresso

    The ESPResSo package (0 watchers)

  • physreg

    Website where new users register their accounts by authenticating to university servers (0 watchers)

  • dockerfiles

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  • physdashclient

    Simple macOS application that opens a the physdash website (0 watchers)

  • physdoor-relay

    Physdoor door opener relay board firmware, based on DFRobot DFR0222 (0 watchers)

  • sogo-connector.tb31

    SOGo Connector extension for Mozilla Thunderbird 31 (0 watchers)

  • spack

    A flexible package manager that supports multiple versions, configurations, platforms, and compilers. (0 watchers)

  • rocFFT

    Next generation FFT implementation for ROCm (0 watchers)

  • salt

    Software to automate the management and configuration of any infrastructure or application at scale. Get access to the Salt software package repository here: (0 watchers)

  • pmix

    PMIx master repository (0 watchers)

  • ompi

    Open MPI main development repository (0 watchers)

  • iocage-plugin-unificontroller-latest

    (0 watchers)

  • physcip-recipes

    AutoPkg Recipes (0 watchers)

  • VMD-h5mdplugin

    This plugin enables VMD to display data stored in h5 files that are structured according to the H5MD specifications ( (0 watchers)

  • physdash

    PhysCIP Dashboard - Graphical account management for computer lab users (0 watchers)

  • sip2mumble

    A SIP gateway for Mumble. It uses PyMumble (by Robert Hendrickx) to connect to a Mumble server and Shtoom (by Anthony Baxter) to talk to a SIP user agent. Shtoom was discontinued in 2005, but is the only Python SIP library that can do audio with PCM buffers. If the SIP user agent calls the gateway, it appears as a user on the Mumble server and a voice connection to the root channel is established. If the SIP user agent registers with the gateway (not implemented yet), it rings when a global message is received. Upon picking up the phone, a voice connection to the root channel is established. ( watchers)

  • physdoor

    PHP application for operating a door opener relay. Opening the door is only permitted after LDAP authentication. (0 watchers)

  • dmxknx

    A gateway between DMX and KNX to allow control of KNX lighting systems using DMX light controllers (0 watchers)

  • physfaq

    FAQ für den CIP Pool Physik (0 watchers)

  • h5xx

    Template-based C++ wrapper for HDF5 library (0 watchers)

  • physunreg

    Collection of scripts to automatically disable user accounts and delete user data (0 watchers)

  • espresso-docker

    Docker containers for testing espresso (0 watchers)

  • mmm1dgpu

    A CUDA implementation of the MMM1D algorithm. It is based on A. Arnold and C. Holm, MMM1D: A method for calculating electrostatic interactions in 1D periodid geometries, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 144103 (2005) ( and is now part of Espresso ( ( watchers)

  • HIP

    HIP : Convert CUDA to Portable C++ Code (0 watchers)

  • rsyncbackup_win

    Rsync backups from Windows (Vista and higher) to Unix servers. Creates volume shadow copies and sends email notifications when backup fails. Includes an XML file for a Scheduled Task. ( watchers)

  • boost-mpi mpi module (0 watchers)

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