Tableutil is a utility for converting, aggregating, and performing operations (currently unions, differences, complements, and intersections) on lists of IP addresses. Its primary use is to convert files into a format pfctl(8) can read. It can read plain-text files with ranges (18.104.22.168-22.214.171.124), CIDR-style networks (192.168.0.0/24), single addresses (242.242.242.242), or host names (one.two.com). It can also read p2b files, the preferred file-format of PeerGuardian.
RSIBreak can be used to remind you to take a break now and then. It will show you a random picture from a collection you can configure yourself for a configurable duration at a configurable interval. You can use these breaks to do some stretch exercises, for example, or as a reminder to walk away from the computer for a while. RSIBreak will sit in your system tray, and when it is time for a break, it will show you the picture full screen. All timings can be set by clicking with the right mouse button on the icon in the system tray.
NetDirector is an open and extensible management framework for managing configurations of common open source network services. NetDirector currently manages the following services: Apache, BIND, DHCP, Samba, NFS, Postfix, Sendmail, VSFTP, system users and groups, system network interfaces, and numerous system files. NetDirector also offers revision control, troubleshooting/logs, scheduling of changes, server configuration cloning, tracking of past or scheduled changes, and granular role-based user management.
With a small codebase, the PowerDNS Recursor is an advanced resolver currently serving the DNS resolving needs of over 80 million Internet connections. Besides high performance (using kqueue or epoll, over 100 thousand qps on commodity hardware), it provides advanced anti-spoofing measures. In addition, the program caches server performance and timeouts, making it both network and user friendly. It also has built-in hooks for making graphs with rrdtool, providing insight into nameserver performance.
Gnash is a Flash movie player and Web browser plugin for Firefox, Mozilla, Konqueror, and Opera. Gnash supports many SWF v7 features and ActionScript3 classes. Gnash supports the majority of Flash opcodes up to SWF version 7, and a wide sampling of ActionScript classes for SWF version 8.5. Gnash also runs on many GNU/Linux distributions, embedded GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, non x86-processors, and 64-bit architectures. There is also a standalone player for GNOME or KDE based desktops.