Autopoweroff is a script that shuts down a computer at a specific time, but only if some conditions are met. It works well on home routers/firewalls where the machine can be switched off every night and powered back up in the morning. It can be configured to only shut down the server after any computers which depend on the server for Internet access have been shut down.
GrubConf is a graphical GRUB configuration editor. It provides an easy to use interface allowing effortless modification of OSes and the flexibility to configure the most obscure options. It is designed to require minimal user interaction while providing tools for the most adventurous user.
MBCD (MultiBootCD) is a shell script to make a customized CD-ROM that can boot any kind and any number of image files. Currently, 4 types of images are supported: floppy images (1.2M, 1.44M, or 2.88M), Knoppix-like images, kernel-binary images (e.g. memtest86), and the Windows XP Recovery Console.
WrapLinux is a utility to wrap a Linux kernel, together with a kernel command line and one or more initrd/initramfs files into a single file in ELF or NBI format. This is required by certain boot protocols, such as Etherboot/Netboot, and may otherwise be desired for consistency reasons. It can be considered a replacement for the mknbi and mkelf utilities.
ramlog acts as a system daemon that maintains log files in memory instead of hard disk while the system is running. On startup, it creates a ramdisk, copies files from /var/log into the ramdisk, and mounts the ramdisk as /var/log. All logs after that will be updated on the ramdisk. When shutting down or restarting the service, it saves log files back to hard disk. This service drastically reduces the frequency of hard disk usage, which can be useful when the system runs on battery or uses flash memory instead of a hard disk.