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Originally written by Paul Vixie in 1986 and distributed through mod.sources, "display" is a program which will repeatedly execute a command and display the output through curses. The purpose of this project is to maintain and extend display.2 weekly downloads
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project1 weekly downloads
partitioning backup recovery and all kind of boot loaders1 weekly downloads
kasper began as an imaging program similar in function to Norton's Ghost product in the Windows world. It attempts to go beyond basic network installs and allow some updating functions as well.1 weekly downloads
Thanks to carefully thought out architecture an emulator for all hardware (i386 i860 sparc hppa SGI Mips Alpha etc) on any hardware. A lot of new theories have gone into this trying to fix old problems.1 weekly downloads
This project originally was about a megaman clone called "Game Developer Man". Game Developer Man, the game, has long since tanked. However this project has moved on to the KRGP.1 weekly downloads
IPng peer-to-peer messanger software written in Java, with legacy IP support. IPv6 support in the making, regardless of testers, now that Java supports v6.1 weekly downloads
A text-mode (curses) multiplayer game like Konquest (a turn based strategy; you send ships from planet to planet to conquer them). Has better interface usability (e.g. it already has an auto-send feature and save/load functionality). Made in Israel.1 weekly downloads
ch0 c-h-zero the chess engine!!! How well is it possible for your processor(s) to play chess? How well is it possible for someone AND your processor(s) to play chess? Would they let it fly, or manage it actively? --> Let's evolve !!!1 weekly downloads
LIMT (Linux Instant Messenger Tonix) is a new IM for VoIP, text messages and file sharing.
The Medical ADministration for Everyone (MADE) project is aimed at building medical administration software that can run on new as well as on older (recycled) computers. Its main target is the use in a developing country environment.
Psyche is a textmode windows/workspace manager, written C and scriptable in Scheme.
Pyrkki is (will be) Modular Chat client. In future we hope to implement different im-protocols and GUIS but our first goal is to get IRC-protocol and CURSESGUI working.
Serprot is a serial protocol analyser. It will display and log character and control line data, along with timing information. Data error reporting will be provided, as will protocol emulation and BERT.
U-mIRC (UNIX mIRC) is the UNIX pendant of the well-known mIRC IRC client for Windows. Interface is much like the original, although there's also a ncurses console interface. mIRC scripts are supported.
duxmit is the ported version of AIX smit to UNIX. It proivdes another system managerment tools for Linux & FreeBSD & Open Solaris. duxmit depends on Eclipse RCP for GUI, and duxmitty depends on curses for console.
Simple Console Widget Development Kit, on top of the NCurses terminal enviroment. scwdk is not a server-client window manager such as KDE/Gnome/TWIN etc...