USB Drive Writable Linux Distribution
Community Linux is a USB drive based fully functional writable Linux Distribution. It boots and runs with a comparable speed as a hard drive installation. Community Linux allows one to create a low cost solid state development and production platform. For new ComLin drive creation, one needs to download the full install (comlin-016.tar.gz) ... (not just the scripts) Update: Community Linux will now run on most every machine. Update: Added Sound drivers, Intelligent boot drive search. Upd
Tool to Compare 2 directories and handle the files.
Did you ever copy many files to a portable usb-harddisk and use another system to update or delete files ? And later have trouble to find the few files you changed among all the others ? CompareDir does just that: it can compare 2 directories + subdirectories and you decide what files you want to keep, copy or delete. Manual: point it at a MasterDir, a SlaveDir than click "Diff" = show only the files that are available in only 1 directory-tree. Or click "All" = show all files in both directories. Or click "Eq" = show file only the files that are the same. Note the program cheqs FileName, FileSize, FileDate and (sub)directory. It does not compute md5 sums because that would make it extremely slow. Mind you i use this regular for directories with 2000 photos. Based on Python, pygobject and gtk3. + Python-pillow if you want to compare 2 images. No installation: untar -xvzf CompareDir.tgz where you want and run.
A desktop menu for compiz, forked from compiz-deskmenu by crdlb. Introduces extensive icon support, pipeitems, recent documents list, and more! >>> http://github.com/ShadowKyogre/Compiz-Boxmenu <<< You can find more frequent updates on the github page.
ConVirt is an intuitive, graphical management tool providing comprehensive life cycle management for Virtual Machines.
Conexión is a GTK tool that allows you to configure you bluetooth adapters and couple your computer with remote bluetooth devices in a graphical way.
A simple, easy to use tool for administrating contacts' information with support for a system tray icon and birthdays notifications using libnotify.
Um simples aplicativo que converte temperaturas entre Célsius (ºC), Fahrenheit (ºF) e Kelvin (K).
Customized version of the Cream tekst editor including bash IDE plugin and session management support. Easy to use but extremely powerfull editor based off VIM. "Browse all files" for debs and rpms
Crossfire is graphical multi-user 2d tile-based role playing game.
Crossfire is graphical multi-user 2d tile-based role playing game similar to Moria, Angband, Omega, Nethack, Rogue, Gauntlet, and Muds. The bulk of the game is based on predefined maps, however some areas are randomly generated.
Networked training tool for Air Traffic Controllers
Crujisim is a tool to allow Air Traffic Controllers trainees to practice in a radar environment. Different users connect to a hosting server to act either as controllers for adjacent positions or pseudopilots.
Cross-platform text and code editor
Cross-platform code editor, with syntax highlight for 180+ languages. Has lite interface with tabs. Has JSON config files instead of options-dialog. Supports Python plugins.
A unit testing framework for C and C++
Cutter is a Unit Testing Framework for C and C++. Interface of Cutter is easy to write and easy to debug your code.
DC kml2shp is a graphical frontend for tools to convert a KML file to a shapefile.
DMG Automounter is a nautilus script that enables any distribution of Linux to mount a Mac OS X .dmg file (but not install it, since that would require the Mac OS X APIs which are closed source). README has entire install instructions. PLEASE DONATE!
DRIconf is a configuration applet for tuning the performance and quality of many OpenGL drivers for the X Window System. It works with all current and future open and closed source drivers that are aware of the DRI configuration infrastructure.
DarGUI is a front end to the Disk ARchive (dar) program for Linux and Windows (32 bit). It provides a simple way to create and restore backup archives in dar format. DarGUI is written in Pascal using FreePascal and the Lazarus IDE.
Debox Linux is a live distro based on Debian distribution and Openbox
Debox GNU/Linux Live CD is a live hybrid distribution based on Debian and OpenBox. Can be used on computers supporting 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x86_64) instruction set architectures. Debox was made with the middle and novice user in mind. Includes a wide range of software: word processor, media players, internet browser, email client, disk utilities, java and few games. Also, a plenty of printers, scanners, bluethooth, web cams, digital tv, fax are supported by default. Different from the majority of the distributions, the Debox desktop environment does not tightly integrate every component but use various programs and tweaks that give the final result. Debox Live CD is full persistence capable so you can store your favorite data on hard disk/USB stick. Debox Live CD can run in old computers that have more of 256MB of Ram whith a 700MHz CPU (but strongly advised 2GB of Ram and unleast 2Ghz CPU)
A Gkrellm2 plugin that sets and clearly indicates the current desktop.
Desktop_Pager is a fully documented, GKrellM2 plugin which allows you to set the current desktop and display its name. It is derived from the "gkrellmpager" Sourceforge project but adds configurable, OBVIOUS, quick-glance, saved highlighting of the current desktop name. The plugin has several other new usability features: Options allow you to reduce vertical space usage within GKrellM and horizontal space usage for longer desktop names. Scrolling over the plugin can be used to select a desktop OR that feature can be disabled as it tends to cause unintentional desktop changes. You can display fewer names than there are desktops, thus providing modest privacy which will protect you from others casually glancing at your screen. Desktop Pager intentionally does NOT move windows between desktops or other such silliness. The plugin currently has been tested only on Linux; I expect to port it to OS X and maybe Windows when I get access to those machines.
Free drawing software for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux
Dia Diagram Editor is free Open Source drawing software for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Dia supports more than 30 different diagram types like flowcharts, network diagrams, database models. More than a thousand readymade objects help to draw professional diagrams. Dia can read and write a number of different raster and vector image formats. Software developers and database specialists can use Dia as a CASE tool to generate code skeletons from their drawings. Dia can be scripted and extended using Python.
The gnuDict use plugins to connect to different dictionaries (stardict, dictd, babylon..)
DireFury is a fork of Totem movie player based on a Xine-lib.
DiskSearch is a tool for searching for files on removable media disks (e.g. for songs on your MP3-CD's). It's written in Python and runs on Linux (and other Unix systems) and Win32.
DontWaitUp: do something else while your PC is completing a job
DontWaitUp catches windows which close, change name or are resized in order to understand when a process has completed and then do an action like shut down, restart, sleep, hibernate, play an alarm sound, show a notification or run whatever command you need to run.
DreamPie is a graphical cross-platform interactive Python shell. It is designed to be reliable and fun!
Volocian believes first and foremost that financial status shouldn’t be a barrier to entry in multimedia content creation. Whether you want to design a product or website, record a band, remix a song, or produce a feature length movie with professional post production graphics and effects, Volocian™ wants to help, even if you’re using borrowed hardware with no previous experience. We provide affordable products and services for any budget, including cost-free solutions for education and demo purposes, while everything we do is designed with ease of use and flexibility in mind, to suit everyone from novice hobbyists to expert professionals. Wherever possible, Volocian™ relies on free, open source, and cross-platform software to prevent vendor lock-in, planned obsolescence, and software as a service licensing. While we remain pragmatic about the use of proprietary software, as we’re aware of the feature limitations of some open source solutions, free solutions are preferred.