Awesum is a graphical checksum verification utility. It is very easy to use and includes support for both MD5 and SHA checksum algorithms. Unlike many checksum verification utilities, it features a progress bar that makes working with large files (such as CD-ROM ISO images) much more bearable.
User Manager is a supplement to the "Accounts" pane in the Mac OS X System Preferences, designed for use with small home networks. User Manager is targeted at power users who desire full control over user and group attributes, without the need to resort to using the NetInfo Manager. With it, you can create, edit, or delete users and groups in any Open Directory node (e.g. a NetInfo domain). The interface allows you to edit nearly all record attributes, including UID, GID, login shell, and home directory. You can also manage Unix group memberships using the drag-and-drop user and group-centric interfaces.
Rally is a software component with a user interface which allows a user to install, update, and remove packages on RPM based operating systems. Primary functions (downloading software packages from network repositories and their installation) may be performed in parallel. The user interface is split into two independent parts: a graphical one and a command line utility. The graphical interface contains package searching and category browsing functions. Rally assumes the Fedora project as a reference platform.
Ximinez is a disk usage analyzer and comparator. It enables you to take snapshots of disk usage for a given folder, to browse through the snapshots, and to view differences between snapshots. It is aimed towards solving problems like: "Why is my disk suddenly so full when it was OK just recently?" Besides the GUI, the package also includes an optional command line tool, which can be used, for example, in conjunction with a scheduler to take snapshots on a regular basis.