pam_ttylog is a PAM module to log console output of a login shell. pam_ttylog takes an approach that makes a script-like environment in the PAM session section of /bin/login. Thus, the log files are in a user-unreachable directory and have user-unreadable/unwritable permissions. As PAM module, it doesn't need to modify or replace the original /bin/login, getty, telnet, or libraries for its installation and operation.
pysrp is a Python module that provides an implementation of the Secure Remote Password protocol (SRP), a cryptographically strong authentication protocol for password-based, mutual authentication over an insecure network connection. Unlike other common challenge-response autentication protocols, such as Kerberos and SSL, SRP does not rely on an external infrastructure of trusted key servers or certificate management. Instead, SRP server applications use verification keys derived from each user's password to determine the authenticity of a network connection.
Processdsn consumes RFC 3464 delivery status notification email messages, writing a summary of the notification to a SQL database. Notifications may indicate successful delivery, a delay in delivery, or delivery failure. The database is designed to be exposed restfully by the mod_processdsn module for Apache httpd, but can queried directly if necessary.
GêBR is a simple graphical interface that facilitates geophysical data processing. While it is not a package for processing, it is designed to integrate a large variety of free processing packages. It can handle Projects and Lines, assemble and run processing sequences, and act as an interface to many freely-available seismic-processing packages (such as Seismic Unix, Madagascar, etc.)
nwsystest is a simple tool to help test full software systems (written in C or C++) - potentially consisting of multiple applications and threads - in an automated manner. It drives program execution and collects and evaluates results in accordance with textual test description files. Programs can be made testable by calling a few simple library routines to connect to the test server, receive commands from it (effectively replacing the user interface), and transfer results for verification.
MeeGo is a Linux-based mobile and embedded operating system. It brings together the Moblin project, headed up by Intel, and Maemo, by Nokia, into a single open source activity. MeeGo currently targets platforms such as netbooks and entry-level desktops, handheld computing and communications devices, in-vehicle infotainment devices, connected TVs, and media phones. All of these platforms have common user requirements in communications, application, and Internet services in a portable or small form factor. The MeeGo project will continue to expand platform support as new features are incorporated and new form factors emerge in the market.