Preinstalled virtual machines, scripts and Debian packages
The Dodger-Tools are compilation of preinstalled virtual machines (VM) with OpenSource operating systems, many different scripts and Debian packages for (e.g. audio/video compression, filesystem and file encryption, cloud backups, cron, 7-Zip, prallel execution of BASH scripts, archive management, Raspberry Pi, ...).
RunAWK is a small wrapper for AWK interpreter that helps write standalone programs in AWK. It provides support for modules and other powerful features. It comes with dozens of modules which provide efficient means for handling command line options, powerful functions for manipulating strings and arrays as well as sorting, mathematical, tmpfile, braceexpand functions and a lot of others.
paexec distributes tasks over network or CPUs.
basE91 is an advanced method for encoding binary data as ASCII characters. It is similar to UUencode or base64, but is more efficient. The overhead produced by basE91 depends on the input data. It amounts at most to 23% and can range down to 14%.
a diff-capable 'du-browser'
Clustering project. It allows you to hot plug agent (treating tasks) to a known controller (dispatching tasks on agents according filters). Tasks are submitted by the client. No need to install extra stuff on computers treating tasks, just the agent.
gdeptrace dependancy solver correct for pkg or make deps
gdeptrace sorts an input dependancy list or table and prints it, and can do other actions. It's default operation is to act like tsort (1) except that it sorts by pure pkg / make dependancy (tsort sorts by grapical topology: see notes about differences). EXAMPLE: $ echo -e "b e\ne\nc b" | sort -k1,1 | gdeptrace [opts] e b c (b depends on e, c depends on b, e has no depends) (also: e has more items depending on it and is below anything it depends on; in this case the top, all and only by the rules known and given, in order by given where equal) $ echo -e "b e\ne\nc b" | depsort ditto, no opts needed $ libdeps objdump /lib/*.so.* (outputs if missing, load order (deps), rdeps, which are effected by missing lib/s, etc, see readme) $ doil (a package installer/solver like apt-get+dpkg which uses gdeptrace, see doil on Source Forge) dep-trace is now "gdeptrace" to ease packaging compatibility
configure XF86Config and xorg.conf from the command line
We are developing an advanced and totally GPL'ed Linux mini-distribution with uClibc libraries for AR7-based modem/router like D-Link DSL-30xT.
A cooperative passive radar aimed to be used over commercial (and cheap) hardware.
Industrial embedded Linux for Raspberry Pi
Nard is a software development kit (SDK) written from scratch for the Raspberry Pi family of boards. Unlike Raspbian, which primarily is for desktop use, Nard focus on embedded systems running day and night for years. It has many features requested by industrial users.
A front-end for rdesktop (Windows TS Client) that is simple but powerfull. Have options to map shares and printers, and all other options from rdesktop. The Xdialog is used because of the simplicity and light-weight, so it can run in any environment. ;)
a variety of useful scripts w/no sf page
A list of scripts and synopis are visible on Files page. (README.debguyscripts) "build" - both downloads (wget) and builds 350+ GNU/Linux pkgs (some bsd too) from scratch (from kernel to firefox) - has all fixes needed to go pretty much non-stop no build errors, very little typing or hacking, unlike L.F.S. caveats: yr 2010 files, require ability to read bash to make a chroot get-make-install-X11R7.6 - (like the above but only gets/builds X alone from tarballs, not git) emkfontdirs ; extended mkfontdir , does allot for you emkfontdir doesn't (warning: not for novices). fix_fonts runs emkfontdirs with options (-D -L are usefile w/xorg) man-tty-bland ; cat manpage ascii (no hidden special chars like -P cat) MAKEDEV update having dri, fb, alsa (new alsa gets kern info from /sys, need that these days) and several more ... see files page
A command line tool to manage bytes in hex dumps or packet captures
Command-line tool to examine or edit bytes in hex, octal, binary, or in packet capture (pcap) dumps. Exd is intended to be used in conjunction with hex dump tools such as xxd, od, hexdump, or hd, and with packet capture dump tools such as tshark and text2pcap. --- metadata tags byte hex octal binary pcap packet packet dump hexdump
Aimgraph is a user-friendly front-end for the Atoms-In-Molecules analysis programs developed by Bader group.
Blogging system for people who has their own website and wants their posts get displayed in the same style as their website. No GUI needed. Just write post, process it by local part of system, upload and remote part will handle displaying.
Collection of scripts converting structure data files into different formats (e.g. CTRL to POSCAR).
Cinege is aimed to be the ultimate library (management) system - one day. Currently, it it a very nice tool to make regexp based filtering of bibliographic and item data and find variuos bugs in your existing database.
This command-line tool will help people who want to compare 2 csv-like files, and get a detailed report on which rows and fields differ between both files. An awk-based version and Perl Version is currently available.
This application allows to generate graphics from data file in table format and a graphical configuration file XML..
A Todo list written only in BASH relying on the common shell tools. Stores data in plain text file and provides both shell access and a webinterface.
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.
Humdrum Toolkit for music research
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.
Download GPS track from the GPS logger "Solmeta Geotagger Pro" under Linux; Auslesen des Geotaggers * Geotag images with image direction, pitch, roll; Geotagging mit Blickrichtung * Altitudes/Höhen from geonames.org * NMEA analysis: DOP, satellite