Generic Linux Load Balancer Script
This is a simplified load balancer script, which make use of existing packages. It turns complicated solution into menu-based simplified appliance. Requirement: Minimal Debian installation. A little bit of Linux experience (at least to untar the file).
TMSNC is a text-based (console) MSN client written in C. TMSNC should work on most Unix (Linux, BSD, MacOS) compatible operating systems. The goal of this project is to create a client like MSN Messenger, without any graphical features.
A script which allows you to add, edit and delete files which you have in your set directory upon registering
Bkc is short for blade kit of c language. Bkc is a light-weighted platform which provides the most usefull and commonly used functionalites in the development of c language, especially for the embeded development.
Cat-and-the-Hack Angband is a variant of the roguelike game Angband. New features include reworked systems to encourage player classes to fit their "idioms" more, and new classes, items, monsters, and whatever else comes to mind.
Hammerhead is a linux console shell login that gives users and admins a non-graphical menu system for achieving tasks. The benefits allow less-technical users to work in a linux environment and also reduces the system load of other X based GUI tools. T
Nexus Bulletin Board System is a comprehensive, multi-user, multi-node bulletin board software package. It is currently available for DOS, with ports for Win32 and Linux underway.
ServerCG is a server daemon, that connects two BZFlag server, and builds a chat connection between the two servers.
T.o.M.E. is a single-player rogue-like dungeon exploration game that runs on a wide variety of computer systems.
VCD Commander aims to produce (S)VCD image (and video) disks with minimal user intervention. Simply arrange the files into directories - VCD Commander will recurse the subdirectories and build menu structures to reflect this.
xP provides an intuitive, high quality, graphical user interface to the University of Washington's PINE(R) Messaging System. WARNING: This program is (at present) EXTREMELY unstable and is for DEVELOPERS ONLY. A stable release will be coming soon.