A Perl module for securely dropping and altering system privileges, including saved UIDs that are not natively handled by Perl itself. The SF source repository is out of date. See http://github.com/pfenwick/proc-uid/tree/master for the real one.
Perl/Tk database user interface modules, too build easy and fast database applications.
Project Naranja will uses Padlock Security of VIA EPIA mini-ITX motherboards in order to provide a toolkit to set up and use encrypted filesystems with Linux. NOTE: Files are now hosted at Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/naranja/
Various open source projects of pudge's that don't need their own project. For module bugs, see http://rt.cpan.org/.
PxDBTOFILE is a database to file exporter in PERL. Users create XML files that are used by PxDBTOFILE to export data from a database to any number of flat text files in variable formats. Great for systems that require database extraction to flat tex
a computer role playing game system
REX: Remote EXecution Distributed Computing Services for Linux and Solaris, providing C and C++ APIs, librex library and "rexd" daemon software to implement Load Balancing Process Migration : Dump + Restore, Remote File and Resource Management.
Perl API to Red Hat Network XMLRPC management functionality (https://rhn.redhat.com/rhn/apidoc/index.jsp).
ROADS was a set of Perl tools for helping people to catalogue Internet resources, e.g. websites.
Native Perl interface, written in C++ and XS, to the OpenSP SGML and XML Parser.
SIRS stands for "Smart Indicators for Reflection Support". SIRS is a framework for developing Indicators on top of sensor networks in web-based and ambient environments for data aggregation, information visualization and context adapation.
A Perl version of Ben Woodard's npadmin, provides an intuitive API to query printers via SNMP. This is siginicant since vendors historically support different MIBs. Woodard emphasized scalability; SNMP::NPAdmin emphasizes maintainability by sys admins
Transport for nginx (http://nginx.net/) http server for XMLRPC::Lite & SOAP::Lite modules.
SPOPS is a robust and powerful Perl module that allows you to serialize objects to different datastores (many SQL databases, LDAP, GDBM). It is unique in that it also allows you to apply security to these objects using a fairly simple but powerful schem
SVStream::Module is a Perl library that provides stream modules in the spirit of Unix System V Streams. The package provides its own implementation of the basic patterns, /not/ an interface to any OS-supplied IPC streams API.
An generic set of Perl modules to make writing instant Perl compilers easier. (Note: compiling to, not from, Perl).
SkyBlue is written using Perl v5.8.6 and the libraries POE, POE::COMPONENT::IRC, and DBI. I will support use on Win32 systems, but should work on Linux as well. I wrote this program to provide bot functions in IRC. The main obstacle is providing a graphi
Automatically fix mp3 tags in music files. Currently this project consists of a perl package module backend. The backend uses the MusicBrainz database. There is also a simple command line frontend.
This is a set of Perl modules for keeping track of the metadata associated with software packages. The idea is to be able to read and write RPM spec files, the files that control Debian packaging, and the like.
SpamFox - An anti-spam tool programmed in perl Serves as a kind of proxy between your emailclient and the mailserver. Will scan messages for spam and leaves a notice if spam has been found.
Spider Eyeballs is an image gallery website generator. It's intent is to make it easy to create and modify websites while providing a clean web interface for easy browsing. See a demo at http://www.spidereyeballs.com/os2000.
Sprog is a graphical alternative to writing scripts - Scripting for the GUI guys. A user can assemble a data processing 'machine' from 'gears' using drag-and-drop; select a data source; and run the machine to produce output.
Symo is a simple system monitoring tool built on rrdtool. It consists of a daemon that reads a config file on startup, starts the defined data collectors, and updates pre-built round-robin databases with collected data as it becomes available.
The "Sys::LDAP" module connects to the LDAP server that serves as the authentication backend for the local system.
The SRT (System Release Tool) is a file transfer tool that allows a user to interactively synchronise directory trees on two or more computers. It is particularly well suited to publishing files to web sites.