mairix is a tool for indexing and searching email messages stored in Maildir, MH, or mbox folders.
A catalog application for various media types - CD, DVD, NetDrives, USB flash keys, etc. It can import data from famous WhereIsIt Windows applicaion. In a word this is a try to make a WhereIsIt-like application for Linux.
Puggle is a graphical desktop search engine written exclusively in Java. It provides full text and metadata search over files, folders, music, photos, web pages and more that are stored locally on your computer.
Universal information crawler is a fast precise and reliable Internet crawler. Uicrawler is a program/automated script which browses the World Wide Web in a methodical, automated manner and creates the index of documents that it accesses.
Sgrep (sorted grep) is a much faster alternative to traditional Unix grep when searching large files, because sgrep searches sorted input files using a fast binary search to find matching lines.
This library implements several locality sensitive hashing(LSH) based algorithms, including indexing data structure for high dimensional spaces and metric spaces, sketch constructions and set embedding algorithms.
The Advanced Media Playlist System searches and indexes files based on extension. The DB entries can be appended to the integrated playlist. Player based on libvlc. Deps: SQLite, wxWidgets, Boost, libvlc, arudetools. IDE: Codelite/wxFormBuilder
A high-performance implementation of bloom filters, a lightweight duplicate detection algorithm.
CD Maze is an easy to use CD-ROM/DVD-ROM catalog system for the GNOME/Unix/Linux-Desktop.
Condiskcat - Console Disk Cataloger - Utility to catalog and search for files on removable media
This is a Desktop Toolbar. Hard disk indexer with life search engine on your drive and any more.
Look for changed/added/deleted files existing in your removable media.
This is an effort to create an open source, cross platform, multiple interface English Collocation dictionary and programming library for Natural Language Processing applications.
FastFreeTextSearchFiles (fastfreetextsea) is a external, internal hard disk, USB flash pen, file indexer for Fast Free Text Search.
A fast and resource-efficient graphical file search tool
A Python/Tk gui for find and grep. FindEmAll is, compared with other similar file search tools, fast and resource-efficient and independent from any desktop environment (no Gnome or KDE libraries required).
This software is designed to find files in stand alone PC or in other network PC It will copy files without make any folder and avoid duplicated. This software is Free of charge, pure java code and need java jre 1.6.
GLScube is an Augmented File System designed to offer a rich interface to the users' data, and pull, both end-users and developers, from thinking about Where a Document is to What a Document is about.
A simple full text search tool that finds files matching a search expression in a directory tree.
Integra desktop search engine - cross-platform, portable, embeddable, extensible search engine and search tools (both console and GUI) for developers and end-users. Full unicode support, easy UI localisation, plugins for document parsers and unpackers.
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.
Meta Desktop is a user-focussed and backwards-compatible desktop file viewing system utilising enhanced metadata and user-defined 'smartness'. Core technologies are machine-written faceted classification and user-written folksonomic labeling.
Development and support of OCFA have been discontinued. the code has moved to these github repositories: https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaArch https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaJavaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaModules https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaDoc If you are interested in contributing to ongoing work on the creation of a community maintained OCFA inspired computer forensic framework, please join the Mattock/MattockFS community page on G+: https://plus.google.com/communities/102487198908055860744
Plait (pronounced "play") is a command-line jukebox and music player front-end. It understands brief queries that pick a single song, mix queries that combine works from multiple artists, and stream queries that find Shoutcast radio streams.
Calculate primes by using extremely fast sorting
This project considers the problem of calculating primes as a sorting problem. It includes the most efficient tree-based sorting algorithm that is possible and shows that finding a new prime can be done by sorting the differences between the previous primes in the right way. Unfortunately it has turned out that going this way is even more slowly than trying to find primes by brute force. So it can only be used as a test with heavy load for the sorting algorithm, which can be used for sorting any kind of data. And as already mentioned, it's just the most efficient tree-based sorting algorithm that you can get. But furthermore this way of finding primes interestingly leaves a hard nut to crack for mathematicians: In very rare cases it finds numbers that are not primes. For all primes below one million this phenomenon arises in exactly two cases: 31213 which is 7 * 7 * 7 * 7 * 13 336141 which is 3 * 3 * 13 * 13 * 13 * 17 Who can explain, why?
Network grep, on steroids