Project on hold. Try http://www.iterm2.com/ instead.
iTerm is an enhanced terminal emulator program for MacOS X written in Objective-C. It features VT100/ANSI/XTERM emulation, full i18n support, full-screen, multi-tab and other convenient GUI features. This project is indefinitely on hold, and we recommend that you try http://www.iterm2.com/ instead.
Burns CD / DVD media.
SimplyBurns is a Mac OS X application with a GUI, which allows the user to burn CD / DVD media.
The AbiWord word processor is a full-featured cross-platform word processor.
Mount ISO and other disk images on your desktop with drag-n-drop
LDAPManager is an open source Cocoa application, written in Objective-C, to provide an LDAP browser/editor with a native Mac OS X interface. Should work fine on Tiger and Panther, and perhaps earlier.
A Collection of GUI tools and installations for the day to day use and administration of PostgreSQL servers both on and from a Mac OS X environment.
A Prism/Prism2 driver for use with MacOS X and/or the Darwin operating system from Apple. This includes some UserClient interfaces to set network and encryption parameters.
Cocoa Hesinfo GUI for MacOSX. Includes port of Hesiod 3.0.2 library as a MacOSX Framework.
Preferences is, functionally, a clone of the NeXTstep/OPENSTEP tool of the same name, but for GNUstep. Just like the original, it's extensible and simple, and has a similar interface.
The Audioscrobbler development project has moved to a new site at http://www.audioscrobbler.net. This project is no longer in use.
This is an attempt to port the CIS Benchmark tool (http://cisecurity.org/index.html) to OS X from its Linux implementation. This project is working on taking the source from the Level 1 Linux implementation, written in Perl, and porting it to OS X. The
Keychain Framework is an Objective C Foundation-based framework for accessing Keychain and Security services under MacOS X. It provides convenience wrappers around the CDSA library included with MacOS X, facilities for manipulating keychains, and more.
MACMonitor is a Mac OS X Cocoa application that displays AirPort connection information in convenient manners. Most useful for testing roaming Wi-Fi setups it can display both the SSID and the MAC Address and more via a menu bar extension.
The ODBCKit is an Objective C / Cocoa framework to provide easy access to data stored in valid ODBC Datasources from within the Cocoa/MacOS X environment, without requiring knowledge of the underlying ODBC 'C' API.
Passes, while seemingly just another password generator, is actually the first 100% pure Cocoa open-source password generator (that I know of, at least). Passes strives to be the most flexible solution for generating passwords out there.
SenseTalk is an exceptionally readable scripting language in the xTalk (HyperTalk) family. This Project serves as a home for SenseTalk-related OpenSource projects. Although SenseTalk itself is not OpenSource at this time, some extension modules are.
[DELETED] Ski is an S/Key (One-Time Pad or Password) tool for Mac OS X
I have closed my account with SourceForge.net because of their shameful practice of taking over popular tools' accounts and of bundling crap/malware with downloads. If you are a developer, I suggest you find other hosting for your projects. Ski is an S/Key (One-Time Pad or Password) calculator for MacOS X, with handy features such as storing your passphrases in the system keychain, and automatic calculation against challenges on the pasteboard.
Turtle OS is an Unix-like OS. It aims to be open source, secure, high performing and portable.
UPMS is based on BSD ports system, it can be used on any FSH 2.x Linux compatible distribution. UPMS have two level of dependencies checking, required and suggested. This two levels makes UPMS to tune all of the packages to optimal or minimal, depend on
the linux/posix family bash scheduled tasks, "command schedule task to be run" is save on the file, also logging for "how many times its have been run & more ..." please be sure for seting up the user access for the binary,config,log before it's run.
xwepgen lets Mac OS X users use WEP passphrases from nearly all non-Apple 802.11b software and hardware to connect to encrypted wireless networks.