Gpart is a small tool which tries to guess which partitions are on a PC harddisk in case the primary partition table was damaged. It works by scanning through the device (or file) given on the commandline on a sector basis. Each guessing module is asked if it thinks a filesystem it knows about could start at a given sector. Several filesystem guessing modules are built in, and others can be added dynamically.
Opensort is general purpose sorting software that aims to be a fast and easy solution for the sorting of large or small data-sets and data manipulation in general. It is still in the early stages of development and lacks many of the advanced features its commercial counterparts have. For the moment, it only provides a simple command line interface and a C library other programs can use to cover some basic needs for data sorting.
Klen-library is a program for creating electronic books. It consists of three modules, for editing books, reading books, and creating tests. It offers password protection of every book and the editing mode. The print function makes it self-sufficient, as it allows creation of books without using third-party text editors. It uses SQLite, so you don't have to install a database server. It can export to the XWB, HTML, TXT, PDF, PostScript, and RTF formats, and can import from XWB, HTML, and TXT.
Klest-crossword is a program for creating crossword puzzles. It comes with more than 1000 puzzles and dictionaries of 31000 Russian words and 41000 English words. Incompletely guessed puzzles can be saved, and crosswords can be compiled automatically and semi-automatically. Crosswords can be printed, and exported as RTF, PDF, PostScript, HTML, Across Lite, JPG, JPEG, TIFF, BMP, XPM, PNG, XBM, PPM, and OpenKlest, and imported from Across Lite and OpenKlest.
Shelk-test is a program for creating tests for students. Tests take up just three modules: creation, testing, and reporting. Shelk-test can insert images into all types of questions, making it possible to create a question such as "What is shown in the picture?" All tests are stored centrally in a SQLite database, increasing reliability and allowing you to have a database file without having to install a database server.
dhcpy6d delivers IPv6 addresses for DHCPv6 clients, which can be identified by DUID, hostname, or MAC address, as in the good old IPv4 days. Addresses may be generated randomly, by range, or by arbitrary ID or MAC address. Clients can get more than one address, leases and client configuration can be stored in databases, and DNS can be updated dynamically.