Plugin for Irssi which monitors torrent IRC announce channels, downloads torrent files based on a user-defined filter, and then sends the torrent files to a local or remote torrent client. Supports several different private trackers.
libdmtx is a software library that enables programs to read and write Data Matrix (or "DataMatrix") 2D barcodes. It runs on several platforms, and can be accessed by multiple languages. The package provides fully featured command line utilities.
DOMjudge is an automated judge system for programming contests.
NOTE: DOMjudge has moved to www.domjudge.org and Github for all development. DOMjudge is an automated judge system to run programming contests. Both team and jury side interfaces are web based, with a command line submit tool available as well. It is written in PHP, shell-script and C/C++ and needs MySQL and a webserver.
Grsync is used to synchronize folders, files and make backups. It is a rsync GUI (Graphical User Interface).
Video mixer for mixing live and recorded video and audio feeds
New version 0.5.1 Released February 9th 2016. Snowmix is a Swiss army knife tool for mixing live and recorded video and audio feeds. It supports 2D and 3D clipping, scaling and transparent overlay of video, png graphics and text. It supports animation of video, images and texts through native commands changing scale, placement, transparency and rotation. Animation and actions can also be controlled through native scripting and an embedded Tcl interpreter. Snowmix is designed for control over low bandwidth links and can work as a standalone CLI based program. Control over both CLI and a TCP connections. Input and outputs can be done through GStreamer pipelines or the GStreamer shmsrc/shmsink API. OS X on Intel and Linux on amd64/i386/i686/ARMv7 and FreeBSD on amd64 supported. Ubuntu/Fedora/Mint/Debian/Chakra/CentOS/OpenSUSE and Linero is supported. Free support in the discussion forum. See Snowmix in action on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/Snowmix4video
Duply is a shell front end for the duplicity backup tool http://duplicity.nongnu.org/. It simplifies the usage by implementing backup job profiles, batch commands and more. Secure backup to non-trusted file spaces made easy.
a free cross platform checksum utility, supports 58+ hash algorithms
Jacksum is a platform independent checksum utility (written entirely in Java) for computing and verifying (integrity check) checksums, CRC and hashes (fingerprints). It supports 58 popular hash algorithms and a lot of unique features.
Syllable Desktop is a complete operating system that is easy to use, powerful, lightweight and extraordinarily fast and responsive. It has its own kernel, filesystem, GUI and applications. Syllable Server is a matching small and efficient Linux server.
A light desktop environment for UNIX operating systems.
EDE is fast desktop environment with familiar look and feel. It should work fine on slower computers too.
The NCID (Network Caller ID) project is Caller ID (CID) distributed over a network. The project contains the NCID package and 4 optional client packages. Each package is described at the NCID web site. A non-inclusive list of 3rd party addons is also available at the web site Available Packages: NCID - contains the server, gateways, and a client with output modules LCDncid - a client that uses LCDproc to display Caller ID on a LCD display NCIDandroid - a client and gateway combination for Android devices NCIDdisplay - a homebrew client that displays on large LED modules NCIDpop - a popup client for Windows, Mac, and Linux
Install Arch Linux with 2 lines of code
# archfi Just a simple bash script wizard to install Arch Linux after you have booted on the official Arch Linux install media. With this script, you can install Arch Linux with 2 lines of code. This wizard is maked to install minimum packages (base, grub and optionally efibootmgr). At the end of this wizard, you can install or launch archdi (Arch Linux Destop Install) to install and configure desktop packages. archdi project : https://github.com/MatMoul/archdi You can watch my videos to show how to use it : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLytHgIKLV1caHlCrcTSkm5OF2WSVI1_Sq How to use : Boot with the Arch Linux image : https://www.archlinux.org/download/ Download the script : wget archfi.sf.net/archfi or if sourceforge is down : wget matmoul.github.io/archfi And launch the script : sh archfi
A web based GUI for managing PXE boot and optionally managing DHCP service. Also supports creating and serving Kickstart and preseed scripts. This provides a client install in one click. This is a generic framework created to work with anything that's PXE bootable. Adding new hosts can be done via "PXE enrollment" where the client PXE boots to enroll into OneClickKick. Easily integrated with existing naming sources such as NIS and LDAP for central lookup of host and mac address information. OneClickKIck can also be integrated with FreeIPA (www.freeipa.org) to allow adding and modifying hosts directly in IPA.
Converter of various scalable font formats (most notably TTF) and of the bitmapped BDF format into PostScript Type 1 fonts and metrics (.pfa, .pfb, .afm).
A toolkit for language modeling.
IRSTLM is no more supported on SourceForge. Please visit the new IRSTLM official website: http://hlt-mt.fbk.eu/technologies/irstlm IRSTLM: A tool for the estimation, representation, and computation of statistical language models. IRSTLM, the IRST Language Modeling Toolkit, features algorithms and data structures suitable to estimate, store, and access very large n-gram language models. Our software has been integrated into a popular open source Statistical Machine Translation decoder called Moses, and is compatible with language models created with other tools, such as the SRILM Tooolkit.
Copfilter is a easy to install addon for the opensource firewall IPCop. It filters POP3, SMTP, HTTP, and FTP traffic for viruses and spam using various open source programs.
Fan Made RebeccaBlackOS. With Wayland.
I got the idea to name a Linux distribution after my favorite celebrity after I saw some earlier Linux distributions named after celebrities, and also this KDE blog post. http://ivan.fomentgroup.org/blog/2011/05/02/splash-screens-and-qml/ This is amongst the first live distributions to provide a Wayland server. There is a 32 bit and 64 bit ISO (It does NOT have her copyrighted music, or photos on the ISO. You have to buy her music legally on iTunes (or Amazon, etc))) The build scripts in the SVN is available for you to modify and build your own version of this project. This distribution is 3RD PARTY fan made. Yes. I am a fan of Rebecca Black. The latest ISO now has a login manager for Wayland, and now it has removed X from the startup path of the system.
TEA is a text editor that provides a wide range of text-processing functions (over 100) and the syntax highlighting. There are two branches of TEA: Qt-based and GTK-based.
HTB.init is a shell script derived from CBQ.init that allows for easy setup of HTB-based traffic control on Linux. HTB (Hierachical Token Bucket) is a new queueing discipline which attempts to address the weaknesses of current CBQ implementation.
A variant of Ubuntu specifically for the asus eee-pc and other netbook type computers.
empty - run applications under pseudo-terminal (PTY) sessions to dialogue with interactive programs. Replace TCL/Expect with a simple tool and use your favorite shell (sh, bash, csh, tcsh, ksh, zsh, etc)
Foswiki is an Enterprise wiki, typically used to run a collaboration platform, knowledge base or document management system. Users can create wiki applications using the Topic Markup Language, and developers can extend its functionality with plugins. Foswiki stands for "Free and Open Source" wiki to emphasize its commitment to Open Source software.
Shows desktop information on your screen
BGINFO for X, also called BGINFO4X, is a clone of the popular program BGINFO for Microsoft Windows created by Sysinternals. BGINFO4X is designed for pretty print useful information (CPU model, Hostname, IP address, OS version, Office version, and much more ...) on your desktop background or wallpaper. See the screenshots to see BGINFO4X in action. BGINFO4X is Multi Platform (Windows, MacOSX, Linux, BSD). BGINFO4X is Highly Customizable. BGINFO4X is Open Source. BGINFO4X comes with lots of Features. See the main Features below on this page. Find more information in http://sourceforge.net/p/bginfo4x/wiki/BGINFO4X/
Real-time performance monitoring, in the greatest possible detail
netdata is the fastest way to visualize metrics. It is a resource efficient, highly optimized system for collecting and visualizing any type of realtime timeseries data, from CPU usage, disk activity, SQL queries, API calls, web site visitors, etc. netdata tries to visualize the truth of now, in its greatest detail, so that you can get insights of what is happening now and what just happened, on your systems and applications. demo at: http://netdata.firehol.org/
Legacy Release only. Get latest Edition here: http://www.openqrm.com.
openQRM is a web-based open source datacenter management and hybrid cloud computing platform that integrates flexibly with existing components in enterprise data centers. Legacy Release available on Sourceforge. Please visit http://www.openqrm-enterprise.com/index-2.html for latest 5.3 free Community Release. Includes important security updates, bugfixes and enhancements especially for KVM and Cloud plugin. openQRM abstracts Virtualization and supports the following virtualization technologies: KVM, XEN, Citrix XenServer, VMWare ESX, LXC, OpenVZ. The Hybrid Cloud Connector in openQRM supports a range of private or public cloud providers to extend your infrastructure on demand via Amazon AWS, Eucalyptus or OpenStack. openQRM automates provisioning, virtualization, storage and configuration management, and it takes care of high-availability. A self-service cloud portal with integrated billing system enables end-users to request new servers and application stacks on-deman
Confix is a build tool for source code packages, on top of GNU Automake. It inspects the package's source code, tracks inter package dependencies, propagates checks across package boundaries, and finally writes Automake input files for the maintainer.