The TiVo enhancement team's objective is to develop useful and unique enhancements for the Linux based TiVo Personal Television Receiver.
General information, and a pack of tools for manipulating the Persian (Farsi) language and script, on different platforms and operating systems.
An open source sequel/clone of the classic cross-genre game Star Control II, with internet support.
A small perl script that works with the vgetty package to allow you to call a phone number, type in an IP Address using DTMF, and have the system tell you if that site is up or down. Next up is "canned" IP Address support for commonly pinged addresses.
projet Web Open Source qui permet de référencer les logiciels en langue française (style linuxapps et freshmeat). Il est conçu en PHP3 et MySql et utilise les templates.
A configurable shell script to backup a single system to an archive file, tape, or other device
The prc-tools project currently consists of patches to binutils, gdb, and GCC to support Palm OS, along with several post-linker tools.
A webserver that allows sysop's to administrate their system. This webserver is mini-sever written in PERL, and is fully configurable.
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.
yet another TinTin++, Mud client, telnet terminal
GGI stands for "General Graphics Interface", and it is a project that aims to develop a reliable, stable and fast graphics system that works everywhere. We want to allow any program using GGI to run on any platform requiring at most a recompile.
WHOSON is a protocol/daemon providing for "POP before SMTP" authentication and similar jobs.
The Net counts myriad developer tools. But they represent as many islands of automation. The goal of this project is to provide the (long-seeked) cement that binds them together. Focus is (for now) on C/C++, Perl, documentation, and build environments.
A plugin-orientated strategy game where new campaigns and level or unit features can be added as plugins in the style of myth II
PSMail is a set of seperate CL utilities that, used together, form a mail system.
tmbm is a simple graphical tool for Perl/Tk allowing usenet moderation.
Downloads mozilla nightly build for you every day. Lets you share bookmarks between different versions of netscape/mozilla, and across multiple machines.
Cyrix is a feature rich, text-based chat daemon that is based on IRC but with many original enhancements and functions aimed at enhancing the chat experience.
Development of a fully-conforming implementation of a compiler for the Sirius programming language.
The Computer Emulation Framework (CEF) is a common application framework for computer hardware emulation. It is flexible enough to emulate any hardware produced to date. CEF is used to create computer emulators.
Download Google Drive files within the linux console
gfiledl is an extremely simple bash script that will download privately or publicly shared Google Drive files within the comfort of the linux terminal. Depends on Links web browser.
Simple huffman coder for learning purposes
This project is built for learning purposes so it's implementation is kept simple and easy to read. It has two functions to either encode or decode a file with the expectation that you will modify it to suite your needs best.
dpkg mini allot of dpkg in 2 page script (any linux)
dpkg_mini is a very compact script that does some useful actions upon debian archive files. dpkg_mini [install remove skel implode explode control list depends check configure] file(s).deb [dir] works in any linux with ar(1) tar(1), dpkg is not required of course is not a substitute for dpkg(8). ie, install and skel work outside of and independantly from the dpkg system. however for checking out .deb or testing or avoiding force it's a neat little tool ! see man dpkg_mini(1) despite the "quick release" not saying so, yes it is public domain
get make and install [multiple] linux kernels
does what it says! if you have old configs it can bring them forward or help do that. it can build a set of kernels (ie, if you have more than one arch). it packages them. and has some good options. end of story it's possible with one commandline to do the round trip , copy to another host , have that host install package, and have the host reboot (maybe not on first try ok ? :) The comparison to script shipped with kernel (circa 2012): 1) gmil works or attempts to work across many releases 2) gmil works harder to make packaged installable result(s) 3) gmil has a smart way to build many kernels at once / at a keypress 4) the scripts/ _can do most of those steps but _don't combine them, leaving maybe allot to read and type. Details come undone can cause confusion, rebuilds, and missing kernel files. License: public domain. thanks kernels linux team!