FSlint is a toolkit to find various forms of lint on a filesystem. At the moment it reports duplicate files, bad symbolic links, troublesome file names, empty directories, non stripped executables, temporary files, duplicate/conflicting (binary) names, and unused ext2 directory blocks.
muser lists processes which have a given directory (or cwd if not specified) as a parent of their current working directory (thus making it impossible to unmount that directory if it is a mount point). This script has overlapping functionality with the fuser program from the psmisc package, but has the advantage that it works on SMB mounts. Additionally, it provides a color, formatted listing of process IDs, executable names, current working directories, and the command lines used to run the programs. It works with varying-sized /proc/*/cwd fields.
format floppy formats your floppies with different capacities of 1440 kBytes or above. Even floppies with an original size of only 1440 kBytes can be reformatted. Now it is possible to save, and to transport a file whose size would normally be too large. Additionally, format floppy creates a file system of your choice on the floppy. You can choose between FAT-12, FAT-16, FAT-32, ext2, and minix. If you want to use the disk with DOS or Windows, FAT-12 is the best option.
netview lets you browse, mount, and unmount SMB shares using any browser, but especially Konqueror or any browser which is also a file manager. It provides actual mounting of shares so you can edit files on them. It addes mounted shares to /etc/fstab automatically so they will be remounted, and manages storage of passwords in a $HOME/.smbpasswd file for later auto-mounting of shares.
The NIS UID Migration Scripts examine every file on a machine and checks to see if the UID should be changed, and if necessary, changes it based on a UID map. While orginally written for the consolidation of multiple NIS domains, it can be used for any type of large project that changes many UIDs. Examples include migrating to NIS or normallizing users UIDs on multiple machines.