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Makin' Bakon is a typing tutor game written in C++ with STL and Curses. Save Pig from the supermaket shelves while learning to type to a professional standard! It Uses the Fortune database for some of it's exercises. Contains material that may offend!2 weekly downloads
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
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.
IWOR is a programming game which simulates a world in which robots controlled by programs can live, work, defend their tribe, and even produce clones of themselves!
LDOM is aiming to provide a LDAP back-ended simple / easy to administer web based POSIX user & group account management system running atop a custom built FreeBSD OS booted from a compact flash card.
Msn troll is an robust msn client written in C with the ncurses libarary. Msn troll aims to be small, fast, flexable and highly configuarable, with detailed theme options.
A number of tools to enhance management/coding of NFR (http://www.nfr.net) IDA, and various other admin tools that can be used for both NFR and hand coding other appliance scripts.
RSMeter is a package for interfacing to the RadioShack/Metex 22-168A series of serial-connected multimeters. Currently, it includes an ncurses interface and a script to graph readings. Support for other meters is planned in the future, with an API.
VID stands for VI Distributed. It's a distributed ncurses editor. Roughly speaking, multiple users can edit the same file at the same time. Exclusion mechanism with '1 line' as granularity. Token based algorithm for line/file/saving locking.
actl gives you comfortable interface(s) to control APACHE web server.
fancylogin is one of the most powerful login programs available for Linux. fancylogin can do everything your old login program can do, e.g. handling shadowed passwd files, user-time-terminal/network-verification as done in HP-UX login, etc. It adds a lot
IChat - intranet chat for local networks
Mlist is a clone of and extension to the popular list program for MS Dos written by Vernon Buerg. It's for all you old farts out there that remember this program :-) For the younger generation: Mlist is a directory browser and fileviewer utilitity
ncchess is a ncurses based chess game written in C++.
A pluggable jukebox, in which the components talk XMLRPC to one another. This lets you have multiple UIs, multiple player types, multiple queueing systems. The ultimate conclusion would be a build your own jukebox kit. Includes a back end that Gronk! can