The papaya utilities is a package of small scripts. These scripts are used for software development. The product of Steel Wheels Project will require this package.
The TuxPay Project is to bring a solution under Linux for e-banking payments with DTA compliance.
COMMON VULNERABILITIES AND EXPOSURES (CVEŽ) DATABASE BROWSER, CVEBROWSER A web search engine for the CVE dictionary, targeted to be used on a intranet. CVEBrowser uses Java Servlets / JSP and MySQL and its designed to work well on RedHat
Exmmpkg is a tool used to make and install a directory of code. Exmmpkg will compile and either install it, or automatically make one of 2 types of packages from it. - This project is now obsolete thanks to emerge in gentoo.
fancat is a new Web Hosting Control Software like Confixx or ensim. fancat has an Template System for flexible Page Design. It based on C,Perl,PHP & MySQL.
gfsi is a installation program for Linux and other unix-like systems. it includes a builder (GFSBuilder), an installer (gfsi) and an "uninstaller" (gfsi-remove). The only component that is currently working is GFSBuilder.
goldenfiles is a project which has a number of small software ranging from useful to completely useless.
Instalador de mplayer fácil de usar que instala todo lo necesario para tener un mplayer totalmente funcional.
jECTS is a JAVA project that focuses on some of the aspects of ECTS (= European Credit Transfer System). Mainly the translation of local grades into ECTS grades and the generation of a ToR (Transcript of Records).
mu is a minimal Mandelbrot fractal generator. THIS PROJECT IS NO LONGER ACTIVE.
lpr-bash is a replacement for the "lpr"-command found in lpr(ng), cups and other unix printing systems implemented as a shell script with the ability to print on Windows Printers (using smbspool).
macMorph is a valid and open-source alternative to CandyBar. Now you can freely change your system icons and boot panel (the one displayed with a progressive bar during system boot).
Small script to control mpg123.
Notp is a collection of shell scripts and a simple C daemon that allows the cluster sysadmin to quickly install/update/change the running operating system on a variety of host machines. Used with a scheduler, they provide batch-runtime OS provisioning.
An Openbox pipe menu for the management of the music player Music On Console (moc).
pWins is a pure perl multithreading httpd for little homeservers and huge internetfirms. Networkdistributing, VHOSTs, Logdatabases, perl, ruby, php... easy installation and configuration.
This is a pop3 mail checker written in php and bash. Sends a notification email of your new emails. Great if you cant use procmail or other stuff.
safe2build is a set of shell scripts that allows software to be built and installed with lowered privileges, in order to make software installation more secure. You can choose to log and/or limit installation commands such as cp and ginstall.
Shell daemon I made for maintaining my DSL up back in 2000. As of year 2006, there is probably a lot of good tools for monitoring and keeping alive your ADSL connection, like ddclient for DynDNS, and native Debian PPP management for example...
A tool for source code downloading and integrity checking
SRCDB is a simple database and a utility managing the database. SRCDB (db) is designed to keep track of URLs of tarballs [presumably containing source code] and checksums (md5) of the files contained in the taballs. It is implemented as a filesystem subtree. The key to the database consists of 2 fields: name and version separated by dash. In the filesystem the key is implemented as a 'name/version' subtree. SRCDB (util) is designed to: 1) Populate its database with the data describing tarballs: name of the tarball, URLs of origin and contents checksums. 2) Download and perform integrity checks of tarballs described by the database, given the database key. 3) Inform other tools about location of a tarball in the local filesystem (or its absence), given the database key. SRCDB (util) is implemented as a shell-script for immediate availability. It is meant to be a personal tool for those who like to tweak software themselves.
"sysinit" is a system initialization scheme, written in BASH, based on the sysvinit implementation in many Linux distributions and a daemon-management scheme (also in BASH) for use with runit or daemontools.
Sysreport is server-client monitoring tool written as shell scripts. Using modules it can handle any type of informations but it is not intended for real world use.
any-to-any document translation system
Various shell scripts to aid you inserting HTML code in C cgis