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Generating combinatorial objects: exponents, all exponents, permutations, color permutations, arrangements, combinations for any numbers and words.
HA/FST is a high availability clustering tool for Solaris. It supports up to 4 nodes serving up to 4 virtual hosts with independently managed applications.
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IIViewer is an application for X, and optionally for the Linux framebuffer device. It allows you to display pictures in a directory as thumbnails. Selected images can then be displayed at full size. It reads BMP, GIF, and JPEG (even without libraries).
Data migration tool Multi-Plataform for console and desktop mode.
Mondo: Shared Library Monitor
Msn troll is an robust msn client written in C with the ncurses libarary. Msn troll aims to be small, fast, flexable and highly configuarable, with detailed theme options.
Nickle is a desk calculator language with powerful programming and scripting capabilities. Nickle supports a variety of datatypes, especially arbitrary precision numbers.
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An emulator for an educational CPU (P3) used in a Computer Architecture (AC) course in IST (a University in Lisbon, Portugal). The CPU is only theoritical and has a software simulator already implemented. Purpose: final AC project testing and evaluation.
This is a 3-flavoured project to provide control to the PCIMAX 2006 PCI FM transmitter card from PCS Elctronics. The flavours are: ncurses-based for CLI access, stand-alone Tcl-based, PHP-based for HTTP access.
Pyrkki is (will be) Modular Chat client. In future we hope to implement different im-protocols and GUIS but our first goal is to get IRC-protocol and CURSESGUI working.
Satellite Prediction Server and Clients
A console-based monitoring tool for SETI@home.
ThousandEyes extends visibility across corporate networks as well as the public Internet, helping to solve issues from the branch through MPLS links and SIP trunks to service provider networks. Simulate pre-deployment capacity, monitor detailed performance metrics and see how QoS settings impact call quality.Sponsored Listing
Monitoring backup jobs tool for Symantec NetBackup
This project is to create a threaded mud client that is able to beat tintin++/zmud to dust. The initial goal would be Unix platform only, but later to Windows.
cz2cz is software for converting text files between various encoding charsets (ISO-8859-2, Win-1250, UTF-8, ...). Main feature is autodetection of charset used in text file. Only in czech language (and useful for cz user only).
duxmit is the ported version of AIX smit to UNIX. It proivdes another system managerment tools for Linux & FreeBSD & Open Solaris. duxmit depends on Eclipse RCP for GUI, and duxmitty depends on curses for console.
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nOGGin is a full-featured ncurses Ogg Vorbis and mp3 player. CDs can also be played and queries made to freedb. It also supports SHOUT/ICE cast and HTTP/FTP streaming of music files over the internet with IPv4 or IPv6.
ptyaim is a simple curses client for AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ, and IRC. It runs on many Unix-like systems, and Win32.
Text-based Intuitive Personal Information Organizer. A completely console oriented PIM that is compatible and can seamlessly operate with Apple iCal and Mozilla Calendar.
Trivial GDB (tgdb) is a library for making front ends to GDB using a simple API. Included with tgdb is a lightweight, but fully functional curses front end called cgdb.
VIP is VI in Perl. This is a fun project and everyone is welcome to join.