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Vida is a Visual Interactive Datapipe. It features an ncurses interface that allows multiple datapipes creation, each supporting multiple connections. It 'spossible to sniff and log traffic, hijack piped_connections, and other.
The "STed2" is the high-performance Music Composer System.
Thanks to carefully thought out architecture an emulator for all hardware (i386 i860 sparc hppa SGI Mips Alpha etc) on any hardware. A lot of new theories have gone into this trying to fix old problems.
cdr is a CD ripper for Linux. It's a simple program with a no-frills console interface. It does one thing well -- the user interface -- and leaves the rest to other components with the same philosophy.
CDRecBox is a set of shell scripts to burn CDs under a Linux shell. It uses cdrecord and cdrdao to write CDs. It's easy to configure and use.
A simple text based shooter game implemented with the NCurses text terminal handling library. Fly around an asteroid field and blow stuff up while collecting bonuses.
A module player based on ModPlug that runs on the console.
Curses-based, (sorta) real-time, player/mixer/instrument/toy. Very simple to use: it just loops a bunch of audio clips and lets you turn each clip on and off individually with the keyboard. Volume and speed can be adjusted on the fly.
Originally written by Paul Vixie in 1986 and distributed through mod.sources, "display" is a program which will repeatedly execute a command and display the output through curses. The purpose of this project is to maintain and extend display.1 weekly downloads