SafeTP is a security application for Windows and UNIX users who use FTP to connect to their accounts on UNIX or NT FTP servers. The traditional FTP protocol is highly insecure: it sends passwords in the clear. SafeTP is designed to overcome this flaw. SafeTP consists of the client, sftpc, and the server, sftpd. A key advantage of SafeTP is transparency for clients. When the Windows version SafeTP is installed, any ordinary Windows FTP client automatically becomes a Secure FTP client, without any further user intervention.
Sambaconfig is a collection of cgi scripts, which calls a common executable (smbread) to generate forms to edit the Samba smb.conf file. It can also be used as a standalone program called by inetd. This application preserves the original smb.conf layout, including comments and include files. Deletions from the config file(s) are made by commenting out the parts to be deleted. It is easy to add custom forms to edit parts of the smb.conf file. Examples included.
This Samsung ML-85G printer driver can print at the full resolution of 600x600 dpi, and at the maximum speed (about two times faster than the driver supplied by the manufacturer under Windows). It needs Ghostscript to convert your PostScript files into PBM images, piping the output directly to the driver. The driver runs in user space, but calls iopl(), so it should be set suid root to execute transparently.