1FCD-OpBSD (also known as Karma BSD) is a one-floppy OpenBSD MP3 player with functionality to mount NTFS, UDF (on DVD, CDROM, or external file), EXT2FS, NFS, MFS, and MSDOS file systems. It plays MP3 tracks, and can copy files from any disk to any disk. The software may be useful for the blind and it can also be used as a unique utility for copying files over a network (via NFS) or from any file system known to OpenBSD. USB sticks can be mounted as well. Static OpenBSD binaries can be made on other systems and used with Karma BSD.
Amuware Amulab is a graphical user interface for the network emulator Dynamips and PEMU. It allows you to design complex network topologies. It can be used to run emulations or to configure Cisco routers. It is based on Dynamips, an IOS emulator which allows users to run IOS binary images from Cisco Systems, and PEMU, a PIXOS emulator to emulate PIX firewalls.
Baraza is a free mobile instant messaging server for Linux, supporting the Open Mobile Alliance's Instant Messaging and Presence Service (IMPS) protocols (also known as "Wireless Village"). IMPS is supported natively by a wide variety of mobile phones (particularly Nokia and SonyEricsson). The server also supports Jabber/XMPP messaging for inter-domain message exchange (a.k.a. federation).
The CSets collection is a set of mapping tables between various character sets and Unicode, and is intended to provide mappings not included in most character set conversion tools available today. The origin of this distribution was several projects that involved text encoded in many obscure character encodings. Many of these encodings are not supported in the most frequently used character set conversion tools (i.e. iconv), so this package was put together to provide the encoding information in a simple, consistent format.
Mathnium is a program for interactive numerical computations. With its comprehensive library of functions for a variety of problems in applied mathematics, and with its facilities for the definition and manipulation of arrays of numbers as basic data objects, Mathnium allows you to solve numerical problems rather painlessly and without a great deal of programming effort. Mathnium may also be used as a programming language to implement numerical algorithms in a concise manner which usually is very close to the mathematical description of the algorithms.