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dejaGnu 1.4.4 by Rob Savoye
DejaGnu is a framework for testing other programs. dejaGnu's purpose is to provide a single front end for all tests. Think of it as a custom library of Tcl procedures crafted to support writing a test harness.
A test harness is the testing infrastructure that is created to support a specific prog…
syncpasswd 0.4 by Shane Chen
syncpasswd is an Expect script that synchronizes passwords via SSH on multiple platforms (Linux/BSD, OS X, and Solaris).
It takes hostnames as a list of arguments and changes the specified user passwords on those hosts. syncpasswd outputs results to stdout and logs to /var/log/syncpasswd.log (by…
Test::Tester::CaptureRunner 0.103 by Fergal Daly
Test::Tester::CaptureRunner is a Perl module that provides help testing test modules built with Test::Builder.
use Test::Tester tests => 6;
is_mystyle_eq("this", "that", "not eq");
diet libc 0.30 by Felix von Leitner
diet libc contains the system call wrappers and the most commonly-used functions you expect from a libc.
diet libc can be used to create small, statically-linked binaries under x86, AMD64, SPARC, SPARC64, PPC, PPC64, ARM, MIPS, MIPS64, PA-RISC, S/390, S/390x (64-bit S/390), and Alpha-Linux.
Rover 2.02 by Rover Team
Rover project provides a means of executing commands on remote machines via SSH, Telnet, or Rlogin.
Connections are made and then managed using the Expect for Perl module. Rover can process many hosts in parallel. It comes with two interface programs, rover and rovergtk.
The first is a command…
Passwordless remote logins 1.02 by SOHO IT Solutions llc.
Passwordless remote logins script can be used to:
1: Create 1024 bit passwordless dsa keys.
2: Send key to remote server via scp.
3: Create remote .ssh directory and move key to authorized_keys file.
This will allow you to login to remote server via ssh or run automated rsync backups. You n…
Jradmin 0.6.0 by Rob McGrath
Jradmin is a GTK-Perl frontend to system management.
Latest version of:
What's New in This Release:
Many bug fixes to correct ducumentation issues.
incremented version number to adequately show progress of the application.Everyone that uses jrad…
conntrack 1.00 Beta1 by Pablo Neira Ayuso
conntrack is a userspace command line program targeted at system administrators. conntrack program enables them to view and manage the in-kernel connection tracking state table.
Here are some key features of "conntrack":
listing the contents of the conntrack table
searching for individual ent…
Pexpect 2.0 by noahspurrier
Pexpect is a Python Expect-like module. Pexpect project spawns child applications, controls them, and responds to expected patterns in their output. It can be used for automating interactive applications such as ssh, ftp, passwd, telnet, etc.
It can be used to automate setup scripts for duplicati…
Sawdog 2.4 by Christian Gloor, Michi Zaugg
Sawdog (Simple Active Watch-DOG) is a suite of scripts that informs the system operators of mission critical servers in the case of a failure.
A set of small executables (i.e. expect scripts) are executed, and if one executable fails, it sends an email or an SMS to the sysop. There are 3 states k…
libnetfilter_conntrack 0.0.30 by Harald Welte
libnetfilter_conntrack is a userspace library providing a programming interface (API) to the in-kernel connection tracking state table.
libnetfilter_conntrack has been previously known as libnfnetlink_conntrack and libctnetlink.
libnetfilter_conntrack library is used by conntrack.
Passwd 3.0 by Jan Schneider
Passwd is the Horde password changing application. While it has been released and is in production use at many sites, it is also under heavy development in an effort to expand and improve the module.
Right now, Passwd provides fairly complete support for changing passwords via Poppassd, LDAP, Unix…
Gimp::Module 1.211 by Marc Lehmann
Gimp::Module can run scripts embedded into the Gimp program.
not anything you would expect - and not documented, even!
uspell 0.1 by Larry Doolittle
uspell project is a spelling tester/teacher for elementary school.
uspell is a sound-card based spelling tester.
The words to be spelled are spoken aloud by the computer's sound hardware and the user is then prompted to spell the word via the keyboard.
To set up the rewards: make a directo…
L4ip 1.0 build 299 by Lord Lundy
L4ip is a daemon that extends IPFilter's simple round-robin L4 load balancing with health checks. It takes care of monitoring and dynamically adding and removing ipnat rules in the kernel.
L4ip fully supports UDP, TCP, and system()-style executions for health checks, including send/expect scripts…
Cotharyus' Advanced Mush Server 1.1.49 by Cotharyus
Cotharyus' Advanced Mush Server (CAMS) is a new take on the old fashioned telnet-based talker or Multi User Shared Halucination.
Cotharyus' Advanced Mush Server includes everything you would expect to find in a talker, and then some.
It is original from the ground up, designed to look and feel…
Bowzilla for Linux by Nukular Design
Bowzilla is a mini Game for 2 players. Leaned against the old QBasic Gorilla, you must fire at your opponent in real-time.
Particularly the realistic blood is to be considered with the lightning strike. You have to find a whole in the target range. However, you should not expect to much from it.…
Ultima Linux LiveCD 4 SP3 by Ultima Linux Team
Ultima Linux is a free distribution of the Linux operating system designed for stability, ease of use, and lots of penguin eye-candy. Ultima Linux LiveCD is completely free software, so you can download it, share it, warp it beyond recognition, and claim it as your own – without ever having to…
KToon Live CD 0.8 by KToon Team
KToon is a 2D Animation Toolkit designed by animators (Toonka Films ) for animators, focused to the Cartoon Industry.
KToon is covered by the GPL License using G++, OpenGL and QT as programming resources from KDevelop as the development platform.
By now, KToon is only available for Unix system…
KRad 0.1 by Billy Biggs
KRad is a tone dialer for linux. It's not terribly useful, and was pretty much just coded for fun. It's also very ridiculous, so don't expect too much from it.
You will need KDE2.0 to use KRad. This eliminates pretty much all of you. Oh well. If you have KDE2, then, well, you obviously know…
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