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scanXdisplay is a application to scan all XDMCP display conected in your thin client server.
Photo directory is a photo gallery script written in bash. It doesn't require a database. All you need to do is upload your files via FTP. The directories represent the albums. Uses netpbm/jhead.
Slidemaker is a simple utility for creating a PDF slideshow, which can be presented with the acrobat reader (tip: use full screen mode). Especially if you have a number of pictures already made in eps, ps, xfig or png format, you can make a nice slidesho
POSIX shell script able to synchronize your local folders with smugmug.com web gallery. Tested on Solaris and Linux. Currently can only upload multiple images, but the intention is to upgrade it to be able to manage whole galleries.
similar - a program for detecting duplicate images, simv - an extensible image file mover, and snntpbatch - a batch oriented newsgroups client. They are mainly intended for Linux but should be quite portable.
A tool for making enhanced typesetting in xfig easy. It is using latex for setting the text.
Tidarque is an open source VRML browser for Unix. It intends to be robust, full-featured, flexible and fast (in that order !).
A suite of tools for creating VCD, SVCD, or DVD video discs
A suite of tools for characterizing the behavior of mpeg2enc (from mjpegtools). How do mpeg2enc's options affect the encoded video's size and quality?