S-terminal lets you create a secure X terminal. Regular X terminals pass unencrypted data between you the remote machine. S-terminal creates an encrypted tunnel through which all X traffic passes. It replaces the remote xdm login screen with a local application that collects username and password, then sets up an ssh tunnel to the remote host and starts a session. It is highly configurable both in appearance and behavior, and deployed S-terminals can be remotely administered. Best of all, it can be added to a KNOPPIX CD to create an instant, bootable, secure X terminal CD.
Xcerpt is a declarative, rule-based query and transformation language for XML, inspired by logic programming. Instead of the path-based navigational approach taken by languages like XSLT and XQuery, Xcerpt uses pattern-based, positional queries, where a pattern is an "example" of the database containing variables for binding content. As in logic programming, rules may be chained to form more complex queries.
Generic Makefiles is a collection of ready-to-use makefiles for C/C++ projects. Customization is possible but optional. These makefiles automatically find source files, calculate dependencies, and perform a minimal rebuild. Using it is as easy as copying the makefile into your source code directory and typing 'make all'.
Ulim is a Linux kernel module which enforces resource limits on every process in the system. There are already solutions like pam_limit, but there are some places where the user can execute his programs, but PAM is not used (for example .forward or .procmailrc files, or CGI scripts). Ulim works in the kernel and sets the limits whenever a process changes its real UID, so every process run by a user will have the correct limits.