ArtistX is a live DVD which turns a computer into a full multimedia production studio. It is based on Debian GNU/Linux and contains nearly all the available free audio, 2D and 3D graphics, and video software for the GNU/Linux computing platform. It doesn't need to be installed, and boots directly into a running system without touching hard drives. The files produced with ArtistX can be easily stored on a USB card or CD/DVD medium while it is running.
KardsGT is a card game suite for those who love playing card games and are tired of switching to other OSes to get their fix or playing the Internet version. All of the computer-based players have their own sense of style of play, offering a great challenge. You can even customize your own deck of cards and even the image of yourself in game. Currently you can play Crazy Eights, Cribbage, Euchre, Hearts, Old Maid, Spades, and War.
ttmap passively analyzes values of TCP Timestamps in captured IP packets. After collecting enough data, it computes characteristic remote machine parameters. These values let it guess remote operating systems and identify unique machines behind a single IP address. For example, it can analyze remote IP load-balanced clusters.
swpartc is a simple but reliable utility for copying the data contents of one file or partition into another one and vice versa without losing a bit. The partitions must have the same size. It uses a crash recovery technique (a small back-up file), which means that even if the process is killed or the computer crashes, the user can safely resume the swapping operation later.
The PPPOE with Bandwidth Management for OpenBSD Howto is a document which explains how to build an OpenBSD based router for a small flat-sharing community with four residents. The router should manage the available bandwidth fairly between the paying users and their guests. For the residents, it should be possible to use incoming ports for services like Skype or Emule. The howto basically addresses IT professionals with a rough idea of what OpenBSD is about.
email@example.com is a wiki-based product catalogue and market place. This means you can add or change product descriptions, make comments on products, add points-of-sale for these products, contact other market participants, and much more. Unlike other known market places, this one is built using a wiki. In a wiki, everyone may change everything. A new wiki software has been programmed to fit the special needs of the structure of products.
Sorcerynet IRC Services is a program that provides an IRC network with nickname and channel registration and protection. The services supplied are NickServ, ChanServ, MemoServ (for short text messages), GameServ (a dice-rolling service), InfoServ (broadcast messages) and OperServ, which has clone detection, global autokill, and many other features.