Rewriting ghostmgr in C; uploads coming soon. See <a href="http:ghostmgr.sourceforge.net">ghostmgr.sourceforge.net</a> for more details.
ghostmgr is in the process of coming back to life after some setbacks. Developers are still needed, especially people with Python and/or C knowledge (preferrably both), and people with experience using Lex/Yacc to write embedded interpreters. For details see the homepage and the latest release (0.1d) (cvs is out-of-date). Expect another release in the coming months.
I think I've worked out all the bugs (in the current (debian) version); all that's left is to write a parser for the shell and extend its capabilities a little. It will have a minimal scripting language and no more prompts. I've switched projects that I'm affiliated with from Phantom Linux which was newbie-oriented to AnjaliOS which is more for hackers/geeks, so the prompts have to go.