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whaw 0.1.2 by John Meacham
whaw is a program for X11 that can use advanced tiling algorithms and an intuitive user interface to quickly lay out windows without having to replace or modify the set up of your window manager of choice.
whaw is meant to augment the capabilities of your current window manager, not supplant them…
DroidBattles 1.0.6 by Bluefire
In DroidBattles you design the bots by choosing which hardware they should contain. Each bot can have up to 32 hardware devices that you can choose freely from a list of available types. Examples include weapons, armor, CPU:s, engines... etc.
When you have chosen the hardware it's time to program…
Kalva 0.8.81 by Andreas Silberstorff
Kalva is a lightweight videorecorder application.
It provides a simple to use videorecorder using MEncoder to do the real work. You can schedule movies or serials.
ktvapp can import channellists from e.g. xawtv or xawtv4. You can edit and store that list. Up- and Downloading (KHotNewStuff inte…
fastbreeder 1.0.0b2 by Dave Griffiths
fastbreeder is an experimental genetic programming synthesiser. This program is free software, developed for linux, using jack for audio.
Fastbreeder is essentially a 4 button synth. The idea is to grow code by choosing from a range of automatically generated variations of functions, you don't h…
krd 0.1 by hirfuin
krd - kde remote desktop manager. This program make easy the configuration and utilization of multiple connection to remote desktops. It's a rdesktop wrapper.
You can configure almost all rdesktop parameter and copy/paste/rename connections. Stores password safely on kwallet.
Here are some key…
XvSwitch 0.2 by suslik
XvSwitch widget has 1 purpose:
To assist you with choosing which display gets XVideo video overlay. It uses shell commands to accomplish the task.
for reasons for using this applet and general guidance on Xv…
download_xplanet_cloudmap 2006-09-01 by Matthew Gates
download_xplanet_cloudmap project tries to connect to one of a few satellite cloudmap servers (choosing which one randomly) and downloads... well, err, a cloudmap.
The resulting file is called clouds.jpg, and is put in the $HOME/.xplanet directory.
If the output file already exists and is less t…
nudruff 20060308 by Stephan Beyer
nudruff project is a tool choosing files optimally for equal-sized archives (e.g. CD-Rs). Input is a file with a filename on each line.
Grouping is supported (this means, you can specify which files are always put into the same archive). GUIs and wrapper scripts are "planned".
Compress::LZW 0.01 by Sean O'Rourke and Matt Howard
Compress::LZW is a pure perl implementation of LZW.
This module does not yet support compress(1)'s .Z files!! Nor is its interface stable. Hence the alpha status. Expect support to come soon.
Read above once more :)
krdm 1.4 by Alessandro Galli
krdm program make easy the configuration and utilization of multiple connection to remote desktops. It's a rdesktop and vnc wrapper. You can configure almost all rdesktop and xtightvncviewer parameter and copy/paste/rename connections. Stores password safely on kwallet, also for vnc. You can save/ma…
MiaouIRC 0.89 by MiaouIRC Project Team
MiaouIRC is an RFC 1459-compatible IRC client written in Java/Swing. It has some useful features like choosing your Look 'n Feel, customizing your nick friend list, highly verbose logging, searching a keyword in a channel, private message panels, etc.
It supports multi-server connections, DCC CHAT,…
KreetingKard 0.7.1 by Tasuku Suzuki
KreetingKard is a tool for making greeting cards.
KreetingKard allows you to make greeting cards easily by choosing a template and changing the words.
lha (to extract Japanese zipcodes)
# make instal…
GoblinX 1.3 by GoblinX Team
GoblinX is a Live-CD that is based on the excellent Slackware distribution.
GoblinX is directed towards those users who appreciate quality applications and a workspace that is both practical and beautiful.
GoblinX contains some of the most often used and praised applications for Linux. click on…
pngnq 0.4.1 by Stuart Coyle
pngnq quantizes PNG images to 8-bit palette mode with alpha channel support.
This is a variant on Greg Roelf's pngquant program, using the Neuquant algorithm by Anthony Dekker instead of a median cut filter.
pngnq has been tested on a range of images, and produces nice results.
What's New i…
Net::ChooseFName 0.01 by Ilya Zakharevich
Net::ChooseFName is a Perl extension for choosing a name of a local mirror of a net (e.g., FTP or HTTP) resource.
$namer = Net::ChooseFName->new(max_length => 64); # Copies to CD ok
$name = $namer->find_name_by_response($LWP_response);
$name = $n…
Exmh 2.7.2 by Brent Welch
examh is a user interface for the MH mail system. The interface is built in Tcl/Tk and is compatible with all Unix systems and wasn't ported to Windows.
MH and its flexibility are the primary reason I chose exmh, and is the primary reason I remain with exmh. More simply, I started out choosing MH…
ROX-Session 0.29 by Thomas Leonard
ROX-Session is a simple session manager. It loads, runs any programs you asked it to, and then quits when you run it a second time (thus ending your session). ROX-Session does not display any windows until you ask it to quit.
The first time you run it it will offer to make itself your session man…
Linux Multimedia System 0.1.2 by M. Franke
LMMS is a project trying to create a gui for TV that can be used with a gamepad/joystick. In future there shall be various applications for playing audiofiles (Ogg-Vorbis, MP3, WMA, CD etc) and videofiles (DivX, MPEG, DVD, TV etc). Games and other stuff (recording TV etc) are planed too.
gnome-terminal 2.16.1 by Guilherme de S. Pastore, Havoc Pennington and Mari
gnome-terminal is the GNOME terminal emulator application. gnome-terminal is only the shell (menubar, prefs dialog); the terminal emulation ("stuff in the middle") comes from the VTE widget. Remember this when choosing a bugzilla component.
How it works:
all settings are stored i…
KQEmu 0.3 Alpha by Luke Galea
KRDesktop is a GPL-ed KDE (QT3) front-end for QEMU. KQEmu project provides a GUI interface for running PC emulation (similiar in intent to Virtual PC/VMWare).
Written in Kommander, this also serves as a good example of RAD development under linux.
Here are some key features of "KQEmu":
- Desktop Environment
- Science and Engineering
- Text Editing&Processing