C++ exception (and generic) stack trace library (now libinstrument)
Project is migrating to libinstrument (https://sourceforge.net/projects/libinstrument/) Libcsdbg is a C++ exception stack tracer, offers the tools to create and process exception traces, the path an exception has propagated up the call stack, unwinding it, up to the point where it was handled. The traces are detailed with demangled function signatures and addr2line info (source file and line of each function call). Libcsdbg will perform flawlessly with multi-threaded programs, with dynamically linked shared objects (DSO) and with any statically linked library. Libcsdbg helps the developer/tester also create stack traces of any thread, at any point during, as a snapshot of the runtime call graph. This is very useful in cases of fatal errors, reception of terminating signals or process abortion/termination (such as segmentation faults)
Master/node to gather and graph "everything" on your systems using Tobi Oetiker's rrdtool. It can optionally warn your surveillance software. This software package was originally called LRRD. The project. Please see http://munin-monitoring.org/
Snort2Pf is a small Perl daemon which greps Snort's alertfile and blocks the "naughty" hosts for a given amount of time using pfctl.
A Bash script for downloading and installing additional Clamav definition files.
DarwinIRCd is an advanced Internet Relay Chat (IRC) Daemon based on UnrealIRCd with added features and enhancements.
SAMs emulates a basic answering machine. It maintains a single voicemail box that automatically detects faxes and is remotely accessable with a password. Also enables remotely activating an Internet connection, and changing the greeting.
bashup is a shell script for backing up data on remote hosts. It has minimal requirements and features sophisticated reporting and rotation functions.
gnhast - Garbled's NetBSD Home Automation Scripting Tools
gnhast - Garbled's NetBSD Home Automation Scripting Tools A collection of daemons that work together to build an event-based home automation system. The core set of daemons is written in C, however, any event (such as a light being turned on) can be handled by an external script or program. These programs can be written in any language, and the central daemon handles all the intercommunication. It is designed to be easily extensible for new device types and protocols. The core system is BSD Licensed (3-clause), however scripts or additional data collectors may be written under any acceptable lic. While the primary development environment for this is NetBSD, it can be used on other UNIX variants, such as Linux, or other BSD's.
A Webmin clone written entirely in PHP (including the server/modules) Currently supports only special php modules but CGI (FastCGI) support will added some day. Configure your server with this 'tool'. Looking for people to work on modules and the server.