lcc is a retargetable compiler for ISO Standard C. It generates code for the ALPHA, SPARC, MIPS R3000, and Intel x86 and its successors. Despite the fact that any Linux system will already have gcc, there are reasons for installing lcc as well. lcc is small, compiles more quickly than gcc, and helps prevent some porting bugs. It also gives more useful error messages in some circumstances. This means that it is sensible to use lcc during development, and gcc for the final binary where you want the better optimization.
The Mail Users' Shell (mush) is a powerful mail program. It does have a curses (and suntools) interface but is best when used with the commandline interface. Considering that it is commandline-based, it is suprisingly simple to use and also has the advantage of being very fast and powerful. For example, you can write scripts to manipulate mail using csh-style syntax.
XDM-External Greet is a patch to the stock XDM that allows it to use an external program to prompt the user for his username and password. This external program can use a variety of toolkits.. Also included is Gtkgreet, a program which uses the GTK toolkit to prompt for the username and password.
ICBM3D (Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles, 3D) is a 3D game of defense. Like the original "Missile Command" and its clones, this game places you in control of Anti-ICBM weapons which you use to destroy an onslaught of missiles (and other nasties) which are dropping onto your nation. The game ends when your cities have all been destroyed. You only gain replacement cities by acheiving certain score thresholds during each attack. The differences between Missile Command and ICBM3D is that ICBM3D, as the name suggests, provides a 3D perspective. You take advantage of X-Window's 3-button mouse to control your firing sight in 3-dimensions and change your viewpoint.
RTS Tools contains two programs, setpriority and getpriority. setpriority puts running processes on any of the schedulers defined by the Posix.1b standard and sets their static priorities, thus increasing process performance. It works great for emulators (snes9x), X servers, and cdrom burning utilities. getpriority prints out schedule and priority information on running a process.
Infoflex®, a complete 4GL, saves coding drudgery with its many built-in features. Unlike other 4GL's, Infoflex streamlines the design process with a consistent WYSIWYG approach to developing menus screens and reports. Infoflex provides 4GL functionality within a well integrated "c" environment. This unique high-low approach gives you the flexibility of "c" with all the power of 4GL. Infoflex is similar in syntax to Informix. It is also compatible with C-Isam, D-Isam, Netisam, MF Cobol or Integra, and supports UNIX, DOS, or VMS. Infoflex's accounting product, AccountFlex, is a powerful, full-featured accounting utilizing Infoflex 4GL.