You take a role as a CEO in a computer company. That company builds computers and sells them, you can even build consoles, PDAs, mobile phones, etc.
CCFE is a simple tool to quickly supply an interactive screen-oriented interface to command line scripts and commands. It also provides a menu system to hierarchically organize them and a viewer to browse their output. It provides: * A generic curses form-based interface to enter options and arguments required by scripts/commands; * A menu system to hierarchically organize them; * A viewer to browse the standard output and standard error of invoked script/command. In its simplest usage, you only have to describe the data type requested by the command and the command itself: user interaction and screen layout are automatically adapted so you don't have to care about it, but for complex situations, CCFE is programmable with your preferred shell interpreter and can propose lists of admitted values selectable by user for parameters to enter. CCFE don't need changes to called scripts or commands, so they can indifferently be executed with CCFE interface or CLI.
Point of Sales System with a lot of features for any usage and business needs. Includes warehouse management, payable accounts and receivable accounts. All easy and fast without hard configurations or problems.
Openbox key bindings for Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboards
This is a simple program that provides a simple way to use the special keys on Microsoft Ergonomic Keyboards in openbox. Several keybind entries are added to the rc.xml file in the openbox config. Commands are stored in a seperate config file (default is ~/.ergo-favrc). This is so that changes are reflected by openbox immediately, without needing to restart. Openbox WILL need to be restarted after the initial install though. There a number of commands added by default. These use generic programs where possible, for example "x-www-browser" is used by default for the "Web/Home" button. Other defaults rely on commonly used programs that may need to be changed to reflect the users settings, for example: catfish is used for the "Search" button by default and "amixer" for the audio controls. I am unable to find a way to register events for the "Zoom" joystick, so this is not available. Only execute actions are available.
Simple and flexible GNU/Linux distribution
Draco is an independently developed GNU/Linux distribution for i486 compatible computers, with focus on simplicity and flexibility. Draco has an distinct separation between the base system and third-party (provided by pkgsrc), the advantage of this approach is that the base system will work without third-party; And third-party applications are completely isolated from the base system, unable to break your system.
A script which simplifies hardrive encryption using LUKS
The intention of this script is to provide a facility to easily create an encrypted hard drive or on a storage medium such as an SD card or USB stick. I wrote the script because I found myself a lot of time typing inn all the necessary commands to encrypt a drive in a Linux system. Note: This is script is only suitable to be used by experienced users. It will happily erase and nuke any drive you select. Please understand that you must pay careful attention to which drive you use this script on. It should be an empty internal harddrive, usb stick or an external drive. Ths script will: 1. write random data all over the drive for added security 2. generate a 512bit keyfile with random data 3. write an encrypted partition to the drive 4. create an linux ext4 filesystem on the drive
This program manipulates representations of compact semi-simple Lie algebras. It can compute tensor products, (anti-)symmetric parts and the branching rules into maximal subalgebras.
A lightweight Enterprise Resource Planning system with a text-based user interface.
Morse code library and applications for GNU/Linux
Umbrella project for cw, cwcp, xcwcp, cwgen programs, and for libcw library.
Open CWorthy clone for Linux, DOS, and Windows written by Jeffrey Vernon Merkey. This Library resembles the Cworthy Interface deployed with Novell NetWare. This multithreaded library supports VT100, VT220, Linux, and XTerm, Windows and DOS.
Apocalyptic survival/horror roguelike. In early development, so hang tight and feel free to play around with the game while I add all the core functionality. Check commit messages if you want to know how to use a new feature.
More features than pktgen on Linux with a CWorthy interface. Builds on Linux kernels 2.6.28 and above. Provides packet generation for network testing. See the README.
Data migration tool Multi-Plataform for console and desktop mode.
With cScrobbler you can browse through the audioscrobbler data in a linux terminal. For realtime access to audioscrobbler data, this project uses their public web services. The search results will be displayed in an easily operated ncurses interface.
Bomb Mania is remake of well known DynaBlaster or Bomberman arcade game. It is designed to support multiple platforms, user interfaces and network play.
Snackware is a project aimed to create a "competition of coders" by making different classes or functions to battle amongst themselves against the rules of a game. It's not a traditional game, anyway, since it work with no human intervention.
A frontend with dialog box that draws (using ncurses) windows onto the screen and can burn data cds, music cds, supports burning DVD-images and data DVDs, support of ripping/encoding of all popular formats
test-based to-learn environment for students
A simple and useful installer for Linux-based distros, using dialog as GUI. Depends of util-linux, coreutils, awk, sed and a Bourne-like shell.
A simple ncurses based snake game.
Logsend is a unix daemon for e-mail notification of log file changes, written in bash and having 3 different backends. It searches the log files and periodically mails you the additions. It comes with a dialog-based configuration tool and live monitor.
A NCurses based calendering system. Support for all the features in the popular calendering programs, including to-do support; project support; and time clock support. Designed to be portable across platforms.
highlight (hl) is a less-like console application for syntax highlighting which allows you to browse quickly through up to 12 different source code files in different programming languages and exports to HTML for documentation.
The cobcurses project has moved to github.com. Visit https://github.com/ve3wwg/cobcurses for all future project updates and documentation. This project consists of a Cobol interface to curses(3X) using a Screen Designer utility. This project is being developed for use with the Open-Cobol compiler project.
Rinle is a tree-based editor written in Ruby that directly builds a program tree instead of using the commonly found line-based approach for developing software. This enables fast and powerful manipulation of code without finger breaking shortcuts.