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dspam-filter is a filter to invoke the anti-spam tool DSPAM directly from the embedded maildrop in vpopmail via dot-qmail forwarding. DSPAM masquerades as the email server's LDA. However most users of Qmail prefer to leave the qmail-queue intact.
A Z-shell script creating frames for, and encoding them into, the 'du-filmo' video
dumpnet is a collection of bash scripts that allows you to backup multiple servers simultaneously. You can do incremental file system dumps with tar, dump and rsync, backup databases and much more. AIDE can also easily be integrated.
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A Webmin clone written entirely in PHP (including the server/modules) Currently supports only special php modules but CGI (FastCGI) support will added some day. Configure your server with this 'tool'. Looking for people to work on modules and the server.
seti-stat is a simple bash script that will retrieve your SETI@home statistics using HTTP protocol, egrep and lynx browser.
Utilizes common unix utilities to provide a simple backup solution. Like Apple's Time Machine, sbak uses hard-links to minimize disk usage. Reduces data transfer by using compressed rsync transfers. Web interface and subscription service coming soon.
web based i18n & l10n tools, scripts, and tutorials
The previous generation graphical download manager