This Solaris system monitoring tool allows to perform standard SAR activity reporting and NMON activity reporting. The NMON output can be imported with Excel or RRD to output simple and efficient graphs.
The WebHTB is an WEB Tool Interface for shapping with Linux
This program translates text into morse code.
This program is used to translate text into morse code. After you type in the text you will see the morse code being displayed and you will hear the suitable beep.(Audio and graphical response).The space inbetween words is marked by a "/" (slash). FOR ANY HELP CONTACT ME USING MAIL
VTL (Velocity Template Language) edit support for the NetBeans IDE.
Provides basic support to Velocity's *.vm and *.vsl files. Syntax coloring, basic error highlighting and braces matching is achieved with a lexer and parser based on Apache Velocity's 1.6.2 specification and compiled with JavaCC 5.0.
Delivery support software
Create and edit musical playlists for your Playstation Portable™
Create and edit musical playlists for your Playstation Portable™ / Créez et éditez des playlists musicales pour votre Playstation Portable™ With Easy PSP Playlists Maker, you have just to launch the software then plug your PSP to PC, and enjoy creating your favorites music playlists on your device! Easy PSP Playlists Maker Generate .m3u8 files needed by the PSP software to generate playlists of your songs. Very useful!
Real-time player and clan rankings and statistics for Half-Life.
Real-time player and clan rankings and statistics for Half-Life. (Requires Perl, PHP and MySQL.)
The JSwat project has moved to Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/jswat/ -- the contents of the SourceForge project are no longer being updated. Please visit the new site. Thank you.
A collection of open-source build and release tools, useful for creating and configuring software development, release, and QA production infrastructures.
ttyrpld is a multi-OS kernel-level TTY keylogger and screenlogger with (a)synchronous replay support. It runs on Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD.