- XSkat: Grand With Four
Posted: 2006-07-03 08:25
XSkat brings the card game Skat to your computer. Skat is
one of the most popular card games in Germany, combining
sophisticated tactical play with a small amount of luck.
- Usermin: User's Little Helper
Posted: 2006-06-20 08:33
Usermin is a web-based solution allowing users to do
various tasks like editing mail filters or managing SSH
logins. Administrators do not need to give full access to
users accessing the system.
- Gnus: Versatile Mail and News Client
Posted: 2006-06-02 06:54
Gnus is both a mail and news reader combined in a single
application. It is run from within GNU Emacs or XEmacs and can be
customized and extended in many ways.
- Objective Caml: Advanced Functional Programming
Posted: 2006-05-25 08:37
Objective Caml is the main implementation of the Caml
language, a functional programming language which belongs to the ML
- ngrep: Simple But Powerful Network Sniffer
Posted: 2006-05-24 15:08
ngrep is a network tool for searching and inspecting
individual packets. Filters are similar to tcpdump, the search
syntax is derived from GNU grep.
- Disc-Cover: Rip, Mix, Create a Cover
Posted: 2006-05-17 11:35
Disc-Cover is a tool for creating CD covers based on
track information. It supports CDDB queries and offers a number of
- Ekiga: Vox Libertas
Posted: 2006-05-04 06:00
Ekiga a Voice over IP (VoIP) suite for audio and video
communication. The successor to GnomeMeeting supports both SIP and
the H.323 protocol.
- AWStats: Flexible but Insecure
Posted: 2006-05-03 17:09
Advanced Web Statistics, or AWStats, is a graphical log
file analyzer for web, mail, FTP and other servers.
- LMMS: Born to Rock
Posted: 2006-04-29 12:17
LMMS is a music sequencer that allows you to create music
with or without actually playing an instrument.
- SQLite: Embedded SQL that 'just works'
Posted: 2006-04-24 10:29
In contrast to large database systems like PostgreSQL or
MySQL, SQLite does not require to install a database server. All SQL
operations are done on a simple file using a C library.
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