This is an example script showing how to make Netware or KixTart like login scripts with Samba. It demonstrates how to make drive mappings based upon username and/or group membership, and how to insert a user-/machinename in a BIND8 DNS server, so you can have a dynamic DNS server with which you can resolve a username/machinename to an IP address.
Evolution is the GNOME mailer, calendar, contact manager, and communications tool. Evolution represents the next step forward in GNOME applications. The tools which make up Evolution will be tightly integrated with one another and act as a seamless personal information-management tool.
EveryChat is a Perl CGI chat script designed to work on any server and under any browser (especially Lynx!). It will take advantage of frames if available. EveryChat is small and simple, making it ultra-easy to install and use. Great for company/tech support chat sites or other chat room sites. Many add-ons and hacks avaiable with an IRC->EveryChat portal currently under development. Recently placed under the GPL. Also Available: EveryChat Server Edition: an EveryChat "server" that includes its own dedicated http daemon. EveryChat-SQL: EveryChat CGI with a user list and SQL backend made to run under mod_perl for maximum speed and stability.
Everybuddy Java (EBJava) is a messaging system written in Java. It consists of an applet and a server, and it can be used to log in to existing messaging services, such as AIM or ICQ, through a unified interface. User settings are also stored on the server, allowing access to contact lists from anywhere in the world.
EveryAuction is the original freeware auction script written in Perl CGI and compatible with Apache mod_perl. It provides basic functionality for hosting online auctions where users can both post and bid on items. Provides automated auction administration and user registration. Versions 1.5+ released under the GNU General Public License.
The Event monitor project is an approach to network management based on message passing between manager and managed nodes. It's based on a client/server platform, where the server is the manager node, and all clients are managed nodes. This tool is under development, but has lots of features implemented, like a graphical console, message passing layer, one disk monitor and clients for sending messages (both API and binary forms are provided).
EVBU simulates the execution of a 68HC11 microcontroller as well as the BUFFALO monitor program that provides a command line interface to executing and debugging programs. A graphical waveform panel allows simulation of 68HC11 peripherals like timers, input capture, etc. Additional features include symbolic debugging and cycle counting.
Evas is a canvas library, designed to work with the X Window System. It is designed to be able to take advantage of any graphics hardware or CPU processing power you may have, or to adjust for the lack of it. It has a simplistic API to access the features of a canvas to aid in making development using Evas easy.