LaptopBase is meant to serve as a database of laptops running linux. The database will embrace a structure that will bond together make, model, problem and solution! - Using/Choosing laptops in linux should be easier!
Ldap Browser is an open source ldap browser. It has been tested and run on Windows, Solaris, Linux and OS390, and should run on any java supporting operating system.
The BVIM is a software for management and storage of images of the health area, developed in the UNIFESP. It also offers to three forms of search and a private area to the professionals of the health, so that the same ones manage its images.
Looks at file names in a directory and finds common parts in them trying to search similar and repeated ones. Useful when you have multiple files which differ in checksum and somehow in names. You can collect them and make a decision afterwards.
Hyper-M is a bluetooth based DHT peer-to-peer infrastructure for J2ME (CLDC1.1/ MIDP2.0) enabled handphones. Hyper-M allows the user to create a peer-to-peer network and share and retrieve files on this network. Has been tested mainly on Nokia handphones
Spotlight Remover is an AppleScript application that runs through the application Terminal (most likely already on the computer) to move your annoying Spotlight feature to a backup folder in ~/Documents.
A highly adaptable, configuration-driven search engine that uses a data source connector interface that allows for many different data sources to be accessed. Needs no recompilation. Ever.
Accepts a regular expression as an argument and any matches found (stdin) will be highlighted (stdout) using shell color escape sequences. Good for looking through logs/monitoring console output/etc.
InfoSpace is an application which indexes and then allows you to search your personal information space, such as your email, your documents, your music, your videos, your Flickr account, your news feeds, the web pages you've visited and much more.
Semap is a desktop pluggable service to aggregate user's semantic data and to access for them by the SPARQL end point.
It's a stemmer for Spanish implemented in PHP (Based on Porter Algorithm) / Es un lexemador para español implementado en PHP (Basado en el algoritmo de Porter)
ScenConnect shows scenarios as networks of situation and event tag sets, for fast comparisons. It links scenarios to tags, scores, and other metadata, creating situationals suitable for search, mining, machine learning, and planning.
A software for indexing and searching a samba based files sharing network.
XDI is a data indexer/search engine to use on your local network. It can create indexes for multiple machines and it will be all searchable from an easy to use web-based gui.
Extend your Finder with tags, to find your files in multiple ways.
You might know tags as they are used in gmail, delicious.com or last.fm. They let you categorize your items in multiple ways. The files on your computer can be categorized in only one way, because you store them in a folder and that's it. It would be great if there was an easy way to store the same file in multiple folders at the same time, wouldn't it? Well, Tags allows you to do exactly that on the mac. Create new Tags by duplicating and renaming the Mother Tag. Drag your file or folder on top of a Tag icon to add it to that Tag. Double-click a Tag to view all items that you added to it. Remove items from a Tag by dragging them to the Trash. Or remove the Tag itself by dragging it to the Trash. Tags are just like folders in many ways; you can even tag Tags! The software works on Mac OS X 10.4 and all higher versions. Have a look at the screenshots to inspire you, and make sure to read the Readme that is included with the download, because it's really helpful.
This is a Python cli command line utility that allows you to search for Java classes/files and packages in jar/ear/war 's on your system under a specific directory / path All docs are on the wiki: http://javaclassfind.wiki.sourceforge.net/
pkgsearch find packages in ports and pkgsrc, in any place from your computer, and find also packages installed in your system ! pkgsearch use c++, boost and postgresql for search packages more fast.
Veld-fire is a decentral search engin. It work like P2P and have no central control system. The traffics is anonymous and encrypted. Veld-fire is a protocol and a example implementation.
TiTLi: A Google-like, full-text search tool for relational databases. It is very fast and independent of vendor specific RDBMS's like mysql, oracle etc. It uses Apache Lucene for indexing and provides some advanced features like similarity search.
The goal of DynaQ is to develop an inquiry system to explore the personal information space, supporting you with the searching paradigm 'orienteering'. Think of DynaQ as a desktop search engine with enhanced usability for file, email and blog search.
Non indexing file search tool, able to make complex requests, with an intuitive GUI. The goal is to replace the obnoxious and limited Search feature of WinXP by something usable (hence the name).
Nucular Archiving System for creating full text indices for fielded data. Python API, web, and command line interfaces. Fast. Very light weight. Concurrent read/writes with no possible locking issues. No server process. Proximity. Facets. Funny name.
GoldenOrb is a java library under the Apache License V2.0 for correlation, summarization and clustering of text information.
A simple little engine to do fuzzy name & address searching. Helps improve data quality and avoids duplicate data entry.
Search for MediaWiki based on Lucene. This is the daemon only, see mediawiki.org for the the PHP extension.