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The DCHK project contains a client implementation of RFC 5144 in C/C++, which can be used to check the availability of domains. It is divided into a C/C++ library, a command line client and a GUI.
Manage existing clusters of machines efficiently via SSH.
A simple system to perform backups to central backup server using SSH as tunnel and rsync as backend. Doesn't require any additional ports open (except SSH). All data goes through a secure crypted channel.
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Bioinformatic tool to improve draft genome assemblies by closing gaps
ECCE is a text editor designed by Hamish Dewar at Edinburgh University in the 1960's, which is still in daily use. Several historical implementations of ECCE exist in various languages. This implementation in portable C is for modern computers.
This is an effort to create an open source, cross platform, multiple interface English Collocation dictionary and programming library for Natural Language Processing applications.
The Extensible Versioning File System, designed for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, introduces native versioning file system functionality to your operating system.
This project is the Fast File System. This is a mountable file system that will use a fragment of your RAM and/or Swap as a mountable device. All the files has a great performance for read/write, but all what is written will be lost at umount or reboot
Java tool which allows to easily back-up and synchronize folders content while resolving conflicts automatically. It can synchronize folders and files structures with a destination files repository
idnits is a tool which does format compliance checking for internet-drafts intended for the IETF.
FreeIPMI provides in-band and out-of-band IPMI software based on the IPMI v1.5/2.0 specification. NOTE:- GNU FreeIPMI moved to savannah.gnu.org: http://www.gnu.org/software/freeipmi
GeoLocator allows you to see geographical position of the host on the map using domain name or ip address.
Semi-universal package manager currently for Debian-based distros, soon to be for FreeBSD, portable to other distros. Officially part of AnjaliOS, formerly of Phantom Linux.
Use your Gmail account for file storage. No file size limits. Doesn't have to be installed.
GmshMorph is a tool to be used with GMSH, the meshing program by Christophe Geuzaine and Jean-François Remacle, for oceanographic and land-based fluid dynamics modelling. The program shapes meshes produced by GMSH to fit specified contour data.
A Gnutella servent (server/client). Written to run cross-platform - Windows and (POSIX) UNIX. Modular UI - command line shell now, Win32 and X-Windows GUIs soon. Tries to use open source dev tools.
Green Screen: A Linux based Advanced Syslog Server for Juniper NetScreen Firewalls - Can be expanded later to support other products. It can capture syslog messages, parse them, store them in a MySQL database. A Web GUI interface is also included.
A set of python scripts to provide command-line access to GroundWork Open Source. gwcmd allows to perform operations from commandline, and from remote servers.
A awesome lightweight http server in java
HARP is a lightweight music player focused on bringing extra functionality to minimalist users.
HICA (Hidden Confidential Archives) is a program that allow to the linux user, hide his configuration, cache, cookies, etc. of his Firefox browser to the eyes of users that use your system or account, for then restore it fastly and with little command.
A HMM-based algorithm for defining enriched regions from ChIP-seq data
H2O is a collection of C routines and applications designed for the optimization of multi-reservoir and multi-period hydrothermal power production scheduling. H2O is built upon nonlinear network algorithms and heuristic techniques for higher efficiency.
The Hosting Services Management System (often called Admin-panel) is intended to provide Web hosters and their clients with robust, powerful but simple enought interface for manage their webhosting related objects.
An effort to develop an E-mail verification system that would make it impossible for people to get away spoofing other people's E-mail identities without permission to do so.