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Linux Test Project
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The Linux Test Project is a joint project with SGI, IBM, OSDL, Bull, and Wipro Technologies with a goal to deliver test suites to the open source community that validate the reliability, robustness, and stability of Linux. The project consists of well over 2000 individual testcases and a test driver to automate execution of the tests.
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Tags: unix testing network traffic utility
Tcpreplay is a suite of BSD licensed tools written by Aaron Turner for UNIX (and Win32 under Cygwin) operating systems which gives you the ability to use previously captured traffic in libpcap format to test a variety of network devices. It allows you to classify traffic as client or server, rewrite Layer 2, 3 and 4 headers and finally replay the traffic back onto the network and through other devices such as switches, routers, firewalls, NIDS and IPS's. Tcpreplay supports both single and dual N...
ByteCarrot IQ/OQ Automation Utility
[1 users on Ohloh]
ByteCarrot IQ/OQ Automation Utility gives testers, administrators, developers and QA specialist possibility to easily define and perform automated tests in wide range of areas.
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Tags: windows unix mono testing concurrent parallel .net tap c# test
Taps is a test tool for the .NET framework and Mono. It is inspired on Perl's testing facilities and therefore quite different from the likes of tools like NUnit. Taps runs test scripts and expects to see output that conforms to the TAP protocol on their stdouts. Test scripts use the TAP class to run tests that generate the expected output. Here is a minimal test script:

using Taps;

class HelloTest: TAP {

static void Main() {
Ok(true,"Hello, world"); ...