grunch is a package of scripts and software which can take a pair of side-by-side partial scans of an image, and merge them into a single image without leaving an obvious seam. It was written to allow LP record jackets to be scanned using an ordinary single-page flatbed scanner. It requires the pbmplus/netpbm tools, and the bash shell. grunch should compile and run correctly on almost any Unix-type O/S which supports these tools.
Gsh is a graphical shell. It integrates a terminal window, a normal shell, and various GUI components into a single package which allows easier and more powerful operations than you can have with a shell and terminal window seperately. Gsh is already fully functional, but there are many avenues of devlopment yet to be explored.
GSI is an easy-to-use network audio system that gives applications, through a very simple API, sample playing with stereo, 3D, doppler effects, music playing (MIDI, HMP, MUS), and CD playing and ejecting/changing. GSI also contains a separately usable sound/music loading/saving/format conversion library libgsif, although saving/format conversion is not completely done. It is known to run on Linux, OpenBSD, and FreeBSD, with support for /dev/audio (8000Hz mono mulaw), OSS, ultrasound project drivers, and FreeBSD's pcm system (from 0.9.4 on).
Gspot is a control panel for cDc's Back Orifice. As of 2.0, Gspot requires GTK+ 1.2. Gspot was written using cDc's original Unix client sources, only the front end has really changed. Right now Gspot has all of the capabilities of cDc's client for MS Windows, but also allows cut-and-paste, better layout, session saving and command scripting.