TOMUSS allows multiple users to edit the same spreadsheet table with their Web browsers. It stores the complete history of the table modification. TOMUSS is intended to be used by teachers to enter ranking and to allow students to see their ranks.
Release Notes: This is a bug fix release. The '!' behaviour in ACLS has been fixed, and special characters in filters are now escapable with \.
cdrtools (formerly cdrecord) creates home-burned CDs/DVDs with a CDR/CDRW/DVD/BluRay recorder. It works as a burn engine for several applications. It supports CD/DVD/BD recorders from many different vendors; all SCSI-3/mmc- and ATAPI/mmc-compliant drives should also work. Supported features include IDE/ATAPI, parallel port, and SCSI drives; audio CDs, data CDs, and mixed CDs; full multi-session support; CD-RWs, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW, BD-R/BD-RE; and TAO, DAO, RAW, and human-readable error messages. cdrtools includes remote SCSI support and can access local or remote CD/DVD/BD writers.
Release Notes: This release supports hard links, named pipes, sockets, character specials, and block specials with UDF, supports all three Unix times with microsecond granularity in UDF, sets the correct user/group/permission for symlinks in UD, and supports S_ISUID, S_ISGID, S_ISVTX (set uid, set gid, sticky) in UDF.
CorneliOS is an easy-to-use and cross-browser "Web Desktop Environment", "Web Operating System", or "Web Office" that comes with a set of cool applications. It includes a Content Management System (CMS) so that you can easily set up and manage your own website as well as a Database Management System that allows you to rapidly build any kind of database application.
Release Notes: CorneliOS 3.2r26 offers new CorneliOS system compiler security check features, various CIOS Edu API target and work manager enhancements, smaller CIOS Edu API global enhancements, new CIOS Apps API display options, and updated system images, language kits, and style sheets.
KEDR is a framework to facilitate dynamic analysis of kernel modules in Linux ("KEDR" is an acronym for "KErnel-mode Drivers in Runtime"). KEDR allows you to intercept the calls that a kernel module makes to the functions exported by other modules and by the kernel proper. The tools provided by the framework can record the arguments and return values of these functions to a trace, perform fault simulation according to user-defined scenarios, and check the kernel modules for memory leaks and some other kinds of problems. Custom data collection and analysis tools for the Linux kernel can also be built on top of KEDR framework.
Release Notes: The most significant enhancement in this version is support for Linux kernel versions 3.7 and 3.8. Several bugs were fixed.
LinOTP is a solution for strong two-factor authentication with one time passwords. It features a modular architecture into which UserIdResolver, authentication, and OTP calculation modules can be plugged. It includes UserIdResolver modules for LDAP/AD, SQL, and flat file user databases, and authentication modules for PAM and RADIUS. New modules can be developed easily. Supported tokens are HMAC-OTP/HOTP (RFC 4226/ OATH compliant), Aladdin eToken PASS, eToken NG-OTP, Safeword Alpine, Google Authenticator, motp, SMS OTP/Mobile TAN, and a Simple Pass token for users without token hardware. TOTP is supported, along with a new algorithm for daily passwords for applications not supporting RADIUS. CLI, Web, and GTK+ GUI clients are available for management. LinOTP features multi-client capability, redundancy, and a self-service portal. It has been used with PAM for local and SSH logins, Apache, VPN, and Windows Terminal Server, and is OATH certified.
Release Notes: QR-Code enrolment was added to the management Web UI and self-service portal. A QR-Code image was added to replies. It is now possible to send a HTTP 500 error response instead of status:false. Man pages were added for command line tools. Broken TOTP resync was fixed. Performance with dynamic token classes was improved. The contents of the lost password token was defined. Also added were HTML documentation for the LinOTP Web UI, import of OCRA seeds via CSV, support for the AD uidType DN, objectGUID, and sAMAccountName, counting of only active tokens for the licensing, and improved SQL- and LDAPResolver.
As a plugin API, Frei0r's main emphasis is on simplicity, to round up the most common video effects into simple filters, sources, and mixers that can be controlled by parameters. Frei0r plugins can be shared by many host applications, avoiding duplicate efforts by different projects. Frei0r is not meant as a competing standard to more ambitious efforts trying to satisfy the needs of many different applications and more complex effects, as it doesn't provides things like an extensive parameter mechanism or event handling.
Release Notes: This release fixes several major bugs in existing plugins and adds 20 new plugins, some of them optional with a dependency on the Cairo library. The new filters are: IIRblur, Vignette, Keyspillm0pup, Timeout, Posterize, Dither, Spillsupress, Emboss, Colgate, RGBNoise, Colorize, Softglow, ColrHalftone, Sigmoidaltransfer, Colortap, Cairogradient, Cairoimagegrid, and Medians. There are also two new mixers: Cairoblend and Cairoaffineblend.
check_diskio is a simple Nagios plugin for monitoring disk I/O on Linux 2.4 and 2.6 systems.
Release Notes: The plugin now handles empty temporary files.
HylaFAX is a fax and paging system for Unix. It supports sending facsimile, receiving facsimile, polled retrieval of facsimile, transparent shared data use of the modem and sending alpha-numeric pages. The software is structured around a client-server architecture. Fax modems may reside on a single machine on a network and clients can submit outbound jobs from any machine that can communicate with the machine on which the modems reside. An access control mechanism is included to control which users on which machines may access a server.
Release Notes: This release includes several fixes and enhancements for the faxq proxy feature. A "MaxConcurrentCalls: 0" feature was added. There were various other improvements.
Libcolumbus is a small error tolerant search engine designed to deal with noisy data and typos. It will power the searches in the next generation of Ubuntu's HUD system as well as other searches. It has a fast implementation of the Levenshtein distance algorithm, which allows it to correct errors such as added and dropped letters (e.g. 'bar' -> 'bard'), changed letters ('ctr' -> 'car') and translations ('acr' -> 'car'). It also allows the user to customize the error values. Libcolumbus is designed to be small, efficient and easy to embed. It is programmed in C++ but also provides C and Python APIs.
Release Notes: This is the first release.
Kwooty is a .nzb usenet binary grabber for KDE 4. Its main features include multi-server support, smart Par2 download, automatic file verification/repairing and archive extraction (RAR, Zip, 7z), automatic file downloading after opening the NZB file, shutdown scheduling, built-in SSL connection support, queue management, and more.
Release Notes: An NZB merging feature has been added. Manual extract can be performed via a context menu. An option that allows you to manually choose a transfer folder from a context menu was added. You can now choose a default transfer folder for all pending downloads. When download retry is performed, all connections to servers are reestablished. Segment data cache management was added. In server settings, a warning icon will appear if whitespace has been detected. Par2 verification progress percentage is now estimated. "Start all" / "Pause all" buttons are now properly enabled or disabled. There were several code optimizations.
LogAnalyzer is a Web front-end for syslog and other network event data. It provides easy browsing, searching, basic analysis, and some graphics. Data is taken from databases or plain syslog text files, so LogAnalyzer does not require changes to an existing logging infrastructure. Depending on the log data present, it can process syslog messages, Windows event log entries, and some more exotic things. Its troubleshooting support enables users to quickly find solutions to problems seen in the log data. LogAnalyzer was previously called phpLogCon, and has been renamed since v3.
Release Notes: Updated Search documentation, a fix for a bug in the ApplyFilters function which caused most REGEX filters to fail if supported by the LogStream driver, support for dynamic fields in MongoDB LogStream sources, which allows LogAnalyzer to view data written by rsyslog into MongoDB from CEE sources, a fix for incorrect UID calculation in the MongoDB Logstream class, and a fix for an issue with deleting all data in the MongoDB LogStream class.
Unicorn is a Unix and LAN/localhost-optimized fork of the Mongrel HTTP server. It is takes full advantage of functionality exclusive to Unix-like operating systems. It will reap and restart workers that die from broken apps, and there is no need to manage multiple processes yourself. Load balancing is done entirely by the operating system kernel. Requests never pile up behind a busy worker. The server does not care if your application is thread-safe or not, as workers all run within their own isolated address space and only serve one client at a time. All Rack applications are supported along with pre-Rack versions of Ruby on Rails via a Rack wrapper. It also supports atomic log cycling, nginx-style binary re-execution without losing connections, before_fork and after_fork hooks, and optional copy-on-write-friendly memory management.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in Unicorn::HttpParser#filter_body which affected some configurations of Rainbows! There is also a minor size reduction in the DSO.
fonts-tweak-tool provides users with a GUI for customizing desktop fonts per language, and generic alias families.
Release Notes: This release contains font substitution support and bugfixes.