Linux DVR is a live USB distribution with assembly Trunk motion controlled from a console dialog menu. It can be used for simultaneous viewing of online video from multiple cameras (including directly from an IP camera). It can work with cameras in FTP mode (bypassing the motion) and can send system status reports by email. It can perform local playback and save to a flash drive. It converts video (for example, to broadcast on the Internet) with ffserver.
Firejail is a SUID sandbox program that reduces the risk of security breaches by restricting the running environment of untrusted applications using Linux namespaces. It currently implements hostname, filesystem, PID, IPC, and networking stack isolation, and it runs on any recent Linux system. It includes a sandbox profile for Mozilla Firefox. Firejail also expands the restricted shell facility found in bash by adding Linux namespace support. It supports sandboxing specific users upon login. The software also includes a small monitoring utility, firemon.
TagSpaces lets you organize, tag, and browse your files, photos, and documents on many platforms. It lets you create and manage notes and Web snippets (like in Evernote, but completely offline) and create a personal Wiki system. It features integrated MHTML, PDF, ODF, and image viewers, a Markdown viewer and editor, an advanced WYSIWYG HTML5 editor, file tagging based on filenames (extremely portable), a simple source code viewer and editor for the most common programming languages, and basic file and directory management.
Qmonix is a quantitative software monitoring and analysis SDK. It allows you to build your own analytics infrastructure by monitoring and analyzing events from any platform that supports HTTP, visualize your data in real time in the provided Web interface or query with the HTTP API, embed charts in your Web sites, or export data for further analysis.
Ubooquity is a lightweight and easy-to-use home server for your comics and ebooks. It allows access to your files from anywhere, with a tablet, an e-reader, a phone, or a computer. Ubooquity offers a Web administration page (if you prefer to do everything through your browser), user management with secured access (to decide who can see what), and an online comic reader (to read your comics without downloading huge files), and it supports many types of files, with a preference for epub, zip (cbz), rar (cbr), and PDF files.