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psDooM is a process monitor and manager for *nix systems. It could be considered a graphical interface to the 'ps', 'renice', and 'kill' commands. psDooM is based on XDoom, which is based on id Software's 'Doom'.4 weekly downloads
AnywhereAnyway makes it possible to view and fully-interact with one computer from any other computer or mobile device anywhere on the Internet. It is cross-platform, allowing remote control between different types of computers running different OSes.2 weekly downloads
Armagetron is a simple action game modeled after the lightcycle sequence of the movie Tron with main focus lies on the multiplayer mode. Armagetron is now obsolete, users should upgrade to Armagetron Advanced.2 weekly downloads
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Blocks is an anonymous distributed file transfer system designed for people with permanent 'always on' Internet connections like DSL lines or cable modems. It allows you to anonymously upload files from, and download files to the Blocks server 'network'.
BrewNIX is the brewing software for many varieties of *nix, but is in bad need of help. Rather than pay for some expensive Windows platform program, join in the development of this open source alternative.
The aim of Howdy is to provide a simple, easy-to-use method of text-based communication over TCP/IP through a simple graphical user interface. Both the server and the client are small and run on all platforms supporting Java.
JPluck is no longer being maintained and has been succeeded by Sunrise.
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3D Authoring System. With this System you can plan und realize interactive virtual Environments. You can import several 3D File formats and edit it after the import process (Texture, Size, you cannot edit the Shape). After that you can plan interactions
This project develops a software for control of digital photo cameras, which offer a serial (RS232 compatible) port for remote control (e.g. Casio QV series).
A Hex-control written in Java and using the SWT-Toolkit from Eclipse. The SWT-Hex-Control is based on the StyledText-SWT-Control where it modifies Events to provide a Hex-edit like behaviour. It comes in form of one class.
The Strategic War Planner is here to make tactics even easier. Draw tactics on your client and others will immediately see what you have drawn. The software is in Java, so you ONLY need Java Runtime 1.4 or higher.