LightSword File Counter is a utility written using GNU source code as a model. It is similar to the DOS command "dir" where it gives the number of files that it has listed. It is written to be very flexible in which files it will count. It has also been tested against the results of kdirstat for accuracy.
Site Master is platform independent file manager that provides control over directories and files on your Web host using just a browser via an intuitive and user friendly interface. It can help you to organize and control your Web site directories with no need to use FTP or Telnet clients. It is very easy to install and use, and works in multi-user environment, giving each user limited access to their own directory tree, while privileged users can access any directory.
Gnome Storage provides a document store intended to replace the filesystem for handling user data, an API for directly accessing Storage to utilize its advanced features, a GnomeVFS module for more traditional access, and a natural language component for generating searches across a store.
Yin Yang is a real-time Linux file scanner that is activated whenever a file is accessed. When a file opening system call is detected, it will send the full pathname of the file to a network daemon. The network daemon will then pass the pathname of the file to a file scanner, such as an anti-virus scanner, and return the status. The status will then be reported back to the network daemon, and the response will be passed back to the system call. The default action logs a message to the system logger. The file scanner is wrapped with the original file opening system call, so it will open the file normally after the file scanning.