Your linux deployment tool!
m23 is a free software distribution system (license: GPL), that installs (via network, starting with partitioning and formatting) and administrates (updates, adds / removes software, adds / removes scripts) clients with Debian, (X/K)Ubuntu, LinuxMint, openSUSE, Fedora and CentOS. It is used for deployment of Linux clients in schools, institutions and enterprises. The m23 server is controlled via a web interface. A new m23 client can be installed easily in only three steps. Group functions and mass installation tools make managing a vast number of clients comfortable. The integration of existing clients (with .deb-based distributions) into the system is possible, too. Client backup and server backup are included to avoid data loss. With the integrated virtualisation software, m23 can create and manage virtual m23 clients, that run on real m23 clients or the m23 server. Scripts and software packages (for installation on clients) can be created directly from the m23 web interface.
Callflow Sequence Diagram Generator
The callflow sequence diagram generator is a collection of awk and shell scripts that will take a packet capture file that can be read by wireshark and produce a time sequence diagram. This is useful to view & debug SIP callflows or other network traffic
CC Mode is a GNU Emacs and XEmacs mode for editing C and other languages with similar syntax; currently C++, Objective-C, Java, CORBAs IDL, Pike, and AWK. It is a standard package in both GNU Emacs and XEmacs.
Schematic circuit editor for VLSI and Mixed mode circuit simulation.
Xschem is a schematic capture program, it allows to create a hierarchical representation of circuits with a top down approach . By focusing on interconnections, hierarchy and properties a complex system (IC) can be described in terms of simpler building blocks. A VHDL, Verilog or Spice netlist can be generated from the drawn schematic, allowing the simulation of the circuit. Key feature of the program is its drawing engine written in C and using directly the Xlib drawing primitives; this gives top speed performance, even on very big circuits. I have succesfully managed to simulate complete VLSI projects with this tool, both digital (Verilog / VHDL) and analog (Spice). The user interface is built with the Tcl-Tk toolkit, tcl is also the extension language used to send commands to the program. Schematics can be printed in SVG, PNG, PDF, formats. XSCHEM runs on Linux or other Unix-likes with Xorg server and on Windows with the Cygwin layer and required tools installed.
A set of tools for simulating semiconductor nanostructures.
This software accompanies the textbook "Quantum Wells, Wires and Dots" (4th Edition), Paul Harrison and Alex Valavanis, Wiley, Chichester (2015). It is adapted (by the same authors) from code that was originally supplied on a CD with the first edition of the book  and is now made available under the GPL3 license. In brief, we encourage everyone to use the software in your studies and research, to study and modify the source-code and to share it widely. However, you are not permitted to include any of our code in a closed-source project.
SIPeS - Site Identification from Paired-end Sequencing
GTCop Professional Security Appliance aims to provide a powerful tool for satellite communications, with enhanced QoS and bandwidth controls. As derived from IPCop Firewall, it is a stable, secure, easy to configure and maintain GNU/Linux firewall box.
Gnome picture Of The Day background changer. Parses the description of the image and saves it to a file so that applications such as conky can read it for display.
Shell Automation for Linux Newbies
When it comes to use of Linux, its a champ on the server side but when it comes to the desktop, its hardly just 3% in the whole world when compared to other proprietary OS and what keeps people from using it and why has it not made its mark on the Desktops yet ? Though Linux has got its success to accomplish its most common tasks through GUI approach, it still demands the users to be logical and use of terminal to accomplish certain tasks that cannot be done as easily as on other proprietary OS. So, we decided to write this script that would accomplish most of your common tasks at a hit of keystrokes and you would not need to remember any commands to accomplish your task.
Pioneering Private and Public Cloud Management since 2008
The UnifiedSessionsManager supports the integrated management of user sessions within Private-Clouds, comprising heterogeneous IT landscapes of various physical and virtual machines, hypervisor management, and virtual user sessions with remote desktops. Extracted documents see https://sourceforge.net/projects/ctys-doc.
mail notifier to complement alpine MUA
alpine-notify notifies you of new messages received by alpine MUA. Depending on the evironment it is invoked in, it can use notify-send ( from libnotify ), print to stdout or run custom program supplied by user, passing it message details as arguments.
Backup solution based using git and rsync next level
Etckeeper-ng is a bash script which uses git and rsync awk sed and find to create a backup directory of your /etc linux directory. It is easy to configure. The default configuration should work on most boxes. Just make sure you have git rsync and all the other requirements installed. When you use the etckeeper-ng the first time open a terminal and type "etckeeper-ng init" to create your first initial backup or "etckeeper-ng help" to show the help for this script.
IMDB movie fetcher is a command line application for search and get details about movies
These scripts, written in awk and mysql, that can be used to read data from the Indian Annual Surveys of Industries conducted annually by the Central Statistical Organisation. These scripts produce csv files and annotated mysql databases.
A collection of tools used in the enumeration of solution spaces
This collection of tools forms the basis of a pipeline for the complete enumeration of the number of solutions present in a model that maximizes a single objective function.
Set of utilities for Linux environment in perl, bash, awk
Typically all modern Linux desktop distributions need some customisation. Small utility scripts written in Perl and Bash can provide much-needed glue to connect different systems and programs. This project is intended to serve that purpose by forming a resource of utilities in these languages to easily integrate with Linux generically regardless of distribution.