Cachart is a field and street show charting program custom built for the
Cal Aggie Marching Band-uh! Cachart
was first used to chart the street show for Picnic Day 2000 and since then
has changed the way shows are charted for the Aggie Band. Created as
a custom tool for the Aggie Band, there are currently no plans to adapt
cachart for use by other bands, but if the price is right, perhaps we can
- The latest build is 745: cachart745setup.exe
- Documentation: Coming Soon!
sch_fwprio was a Linux queuing discipline that I modified to improve bandwidth usage on
ADSL/Cable modems. It turns out that this kernel patch wasn't even necessary
as priority queuing could have been implemented with a stock kernel for Linux 2.2.
Please take a look at the most recent ADSL Bandwidth Management HOWTO for the newest information on how to
optimize bandwidth on ADSL/Cable modems.
This program implements a user space QUEUE processor which
controls outbound traffic over a DSL modem using a pseudo-
token-bucket-filter style queue with starvation protection.
Main feature of this outbound rate limiter is it's ability
to rate limit based on the calculated raw bandwidth used
rather than just the IP bandwidth used. This provides a MUCH
more accurate way to prevent packet queueing in the network
device (in this case, ADSL modem).
Please report any problems you have to me.
- This has been tested on Redhat 7.3.
- You must be using iptables.
- You must have libipq installed to compile.
(attempting to avoid this requirement by supplying my compiled
libipq.a in the distribution package.)
- Package now includes a compiled binary for i386 Linux 2.4.x
- Version 0.9.3 updated to improve stability. See README for more details.
- Download here: dsl_qos_queue-0.9.3.tar.gz - v0.9.3
- If you're trying to control bandwidth in Windows, try this: http://www.bandwidthcontroller.com