CVSup is a software package for transferring and updating collections of files across a network. It consists of a server called cvsupd and a client called cvsup. CVSup is faster (often by an order of magnitude) and more flexible than traditional network packages such as rdist and sup. In addition, CVSup has special knowledge of RCS files (as used by CVS). Software projects using CVSup to distribute their CVS repositories include FreeBSD, KDE, and (shortly) Postgres.
CyberScheduler for Linux is the ideal Internet-based calendaring and scheduling solution for workgroups. CyberScheduler for Linux includes the same robust backend calendar server used in the Synchronize solution, CrossWind's flagship calendaring software for the large enterprises. With CyberScheduler, end users enjoy full workgroup scheduling functionality through their Internet browser, such as Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer. CyberScheduler's immediate advantage is its low cost and ease of installation. Requiring only the "free" Apache web server, CyberScheduler for Linux is "ready, right-out-of-the-box" -- with no proprietary messaging infrastructure required, unlike most other calendaring and scheduling products on the market today. <P>CyberScheduler for Linux has been packaged to support Apache web servers running on all the major Linux distributions such as Red Hat, S.u.S.E. and Slackware. The installation process has been significantly streamlined with the new version 2.1, supporting both RPM and TAR installations. <P>Once CyberScheduler is installed, users will find the product easy to use with no need for any training or lengthy tutorials. Real-time productivity features include the ability to schedule meetings, delegate tasks, manage to-do lists and distribute reminders ... in short, everything they will need to increase productivity and communication throughout their workgroup or entire organization.
CyberScheduler template is an Internet-based calendaring and scheduling solution for workgroups, based on Crosswind's CyberScheduler/Synchronize client/server software suite. The web based application runs in every web browser. The design is completely changeable, and all data, like events, to-do's, and reminders can be synchronized with a Palm Pilot.
GNU Compiler for Java (GCJ) is a portable, optimizing, ahead-of-time compiler for the Java Programming Language. It allows Java source code and byte codes to be compiled to native code. GCJ-compiled applications, when running native, are not subject to many of the performance and memory management challenges that embedded developers face when using the interpreted or just-in-time models.
D1X is a modification of the Descent 1 source that was released by Parallax. It's mostly compatible with Descent 1 v1.5, both in multiplayer (new features/fixes may not work with standard Descent, but d1x will still work fine using the old methods) and on the local machine. D1x combines code from both D1DJGPP and ldescent (which are both now defunct/assimilated into d1x) and adds many features of its own. D1x runs on Linux (SDL, SDLGL, GGI, svgalib, and GLX), DOS, and Windows (WGL, DirectX, and Direct3D (incomplete)). In software mode, optimized renderers are available for Pentium and PPro/P2 computers, and OpenGL hardware acceleration is also available.
dagrab is a command line driven tool for extracting digital audio from cd. It works great with IDE drives (and others type too if the kernel supports digital audio read for them, I think this does not include SCSI drives for now), and supports jitter correction, filters and audio post-processing,as well as CDDB to automatically name your files appropriately.