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The GNU Dependency Walker utility diplays a PE executable file or process (EXE or DLL) library dependencies in a console GUI (using ncurses).
This game provides a simulated GNU/Linux bash shell along with a storyline that includes interesting security challenges. It tries to be as close as possible to the real security environment that exists in the real world, but in a game like fashion.
Heartbeat Light is a lightweight Heartbeat-like daemon/client. It supports monitoring of of multiple Services like HTTP, FTP ... it can be extended quite easy. Heartbeat Light is completely written in ANSI C.
The FlashUnload project gives users the ability to export data from corrupted Oracle databases. It can also be used to export data in a very fast way, as the Oracle buffer cache is not used. Additionally only subsets of the data can be read.
Wurp is an RPN (Reverse Polish Notation) calculator, similar to the HP48 calculator. Wurp supports various platforms, including KDE and curses (and hopefully Windows eventually).
Calcurse is a text-based organizer which helps keeping track of events and everyday tasks. It contains a calendar, a 'todo' list, and puts your appointments in order. It has a configurable interface, and an online help system.
QuattroQuest is a script that allows you to run different games at the same time, with universal variables. with this script, you will be able to govern an empire, and the people in your cities etc. will be real.
GNU GPL accounting and store application based on ANSI SQL DB Server with various frontends (now supporting mainly MySQL).
Twitter command line client. Support for for basic twitter functions on linux / unix command line.
Z9basic application and database environment