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Zero Install 0.1.27 by Thomas Leonard
The Zero Install system makes software installation not merely easy, but unnecessary. Users run their applications directly from the Internet from the software author's pages.
Caching makes this as fast as running a normal application after the first time, and allows off-line use.
Here are so…
Six 0.5.3 by G?bor Melis
Six is a Hex playing program for Linux/Un*x systems running KDE. Six project has a strong AI, an easy to use GUI and can import emails from Richard's PBEM server.
What's New in This Release:
An Italian translation was added.…
gExec 0.3 by Ferry Boender
gExec is a small tool for running a command, featuring tabcompletion, run in terminal, run as root and a history.
gExec is a small GTK2 tool for running a command. It presents the user with a dialog in which they can enter the name of a command and toggle some options which influence the way the…
PHP Running Management 1.0.2 by Le Nounours
PHP Running Management or phpRunMan is a set of scripts for runners. Users can enter intermediate times of their training or race performance for calculating various statistics (distance, avg speed, time/km, projection on different distance, etc.). In PHP Running Management you can enter comments fo…
distccKNOPPIX 0.1.3 by James Greenhalgh
distccKNOPPIX is a directly bootable and self-configuring Linux system on a small (55MB) iso running a distccd daemon. distccKNOPPIX is a simple remastering of Knoppix running a distccd daemon and some general cleaning up/removal of unneeded packages/apps.
Its obvious target is for those who have…
IronPython 1.0 Final by The IronPython team
IronPython is an implementation of Python running on Microsoft .NET / Mono. It supports an interactive interpreter with fully dynamic compilation.
IronPython is well integrated with the rest of the framework and makes all .NET libraries easily available to Python programmers.…
netspeed 0.13 by Joergen Scheibengrube
Netspeed is just a little GNOME-applet that shows how much traffic occurs on a specified network device (for example eth0).
You get the best impression of it, if you look at the screenshots below.
What's New in This Release:
The "layout-engine" for different panel-configurations was rewritte…
retty 1.0 by Jan Sembera
retty project is a utlity that can attach to processes running on another terminal. This is useful, for example, when you run an application locally and then decide you want to use that running application from some remote location.
You can run retty on it, do your work, and detach application ba…
TVProg 0.6.1 by Christian Hahn
TVProg project is a TV guide software.
TVProg is TV guide software running as a Web server application. It fetches the TV guide source from tvmovie.de and stores it in a MySQL database.
TV shows can be browsed online. There's also a vcr wrapper script that, running as a cron job, is able to r…
Lynx 2.8.7dev4 by T.E.Dickey
Lynx is a fully-featured WWW client for users running cursor-addressable, character-cell display devices (e.g., vt100 terminals, terminal emulators running on PCs or Macs, or any other character-cell display).
Lynx will display HTML documents containing links to files on the local system, as well…
GVidChanger-minimal 0.8 by Matthew Mueller
gvidm is a gtk app to quickly and easily change video resolutions in X. Running it will pop up a list of available modes, upon choosing a mode or cancelling, it exits.
This makes it perfect for running from an application menu or a hotkey, so you don't have to use ram for an applet constantly run…
X Hardware Monitor 1.0 by Fabien Coutant
X Hardware Monitor is a hardware monitor that shows indicators for temperature, voltage, fan speed etc, of a running system with a graphical panel.
The default configuration allows to monitor up to 3 temperatures, 3 fan speeds and 6 voltages. This tool is more particularly adequate for bi-proces…
mod_speedycgi 2.22 by Sam Horrocks
mod_speedycgi speeds up perl scripts by running them persistently.
SpeedyCGI is a way to run perl scripts persistently, which can make them run much more quickly. A script can be made to to run persistently by changing the interpreter line at the top of the script from:
keepalive.sh 0.1 by Jiju Thomas Mathew
keepalive is a shell script designed for keeping a watch on running processes. It depends on cron to invoke itself.
keepalive.sh checks for dead processes and tries to bring them up while sending a notification to a configured email address.…
jHamachi 0.1 by Daniel Fett
jHamachi project is a Linux GUI for the Hamachi VPN client. It is still a work in progress and your contributions will help to improve it.
You still need the hamachi client, which you can get here. Once it is installed, you can download jHamachi and run it by typing java -jar…
Daedalus 2.0.1 by David Powers
Daedalus provides a simple mechanism for running programs in response to the output of "check programs".
In practice Daedalus is generally used to provide an automated restart service for programs by checking the output of “ps axww” and running a start script when a particular progra…
Gnome Jabber 0.4 by Martyn Russell
Gnome Jabber is an instant message client for Gnome using the Jabber protocol.
Here are some key features of "Gnome Jabber":
Os-Cafe 0.9 by Os-Cafe Team
Os-Cafe is a system for administering a cybercafe running exclusively Linux for clients and the server. Os-Cafe has been used in The OpenSource Caf? (France/Lyon) since summer 2006.
It provides a set of preconfigured and customized tools (including some pre-existing ones) like openkiosk, nodeview…
TOP10 0.3 by Johann Deneux
TOP10 is a Go-Kart simulator running under GNU/Linux. It's intended to be realistic and easy to play.
Here are some key features of "TOP10":
3d using OpenGL (requires a 3d accelerator)
Single player, race against the clock
Controlling with keyboard,…
ffsearch-LiveCD 0.3 by Roman Hegglin
ffsearch-LiveCD is a modified Knoppix-Linux with Fast File Search running on top of it. This way, no installation is required!
You can download an Iso, burn it on CD, put the disc in you CD-drive and boot it up. It crawls the net for SMB and FTP shares and provides you with a web interface for se…
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