SlimServer on DiskStation is an add-on package to the Synology DiskStation family of PowerPC and ARM9 based NAS devices providing the environment to run SlimDevice's SlimServer on it. It integrates into the DS administrative Web interface and comes with various user-friendly tools and scripts to maintain the installation. It supports all currently official features of Slimserver, such as Asian character display and on-the-fly transcoding of various music file formats. Popular third party plugins are supported as well.
KScannerButtons is a daemon plus an optional KDE frontend for monitoring your scanner buttons so that actions can be taken in response to button presses. It's composed of a daemon (sanebuttond), a frontend that will display an icon in the systray, and a dialog box to configure and launch the daemon. It is based on the button monitoring capabilities found in some SANE backends. It has been tested with the avision backend and an HP 5300C scanner. The frontend requires Kommander (kde-webdev).
h300goodies consists of a handful of Perl and shell scripts that were written to help manage a user's music collection on an iRiver H320 or H340 digital jukebox. These scripts don't run on the player natively, but are used when the player is mounted on a local file system via a USB connector. The scripts will build M3U playlists that you define, scan your collection and build playlists based on the genre in the MP3/Ogg file ID3 tags, scan your collection for long filenames that cause problems with iRiver's database software, randomize an existing M3U playlist, and so on.
e-U Connect is a bash+dialog based user interface to WPA supplicant for connecting to the e-U network under GNU/Linux. Major features include: iterative and menu mode, fast connect/disconnect, stress mode, MAC address spoofing, event logging, automatic NIC detection and assignment, network detection, dynamic DHCP client support, a dependency check scanner, and network status.
AKK@DA is a network monitoring system designed for small and mid-sized computer networks. Its purpose is to quickly detect system or network faults and to display information about any detected problems for the administrator. AKK@DA is designed as a pro-active network monitor. It does not need to be provided with information from any agents, systems, etc. It collects information automatically every single minute (this period can be shortened even to 1 second if needed). Almost all services of the monitored hosts are discovered automatically.
Sporkie is a challenge/response spam email filter. It uses CAPTCHAs (randomly generated, distorted images of numbers) in order to verify that a person sending email is human. It works in the same manner as the ASK project, except that Sporkie uses CAPTCHAs. The main advantage to using CAPTCHAs is that it catches automated spam bots that don't spoof their email address. With ASK, such bots would get through the system. Sporkie is provided under the OSCL Type-C license.
wifiroamd is a background program which tries to just do the right thing to bring up your wireless network. Simple, yet customizable init.d-like scripts are used to determine which networks are preferred and to do things like set the ESSID or WEP keys. Other advanced functionality such as bonding of wired and wireless devices is also automated. wifiroamd is an engine for the handling of connecting to wireless networks. It is entirely command-line based, and meant to run in the background without interaction.