IRCtl is a LIRC-compatible driver for the IR remote control in the FlyVideo98 TV card. There is always a newest version of this driver in the Lirc CVS tree. It is a patch against kernel bttv driver plus loadable lirc driver module. The kernel patch also enables support of the FV98 card in the kernel bttv driver.
Hardened Debian improves Debian GNU/Linux with high security and hardening features, hardened kernels and packages, DHKP, and other security related enhancements. It makes systems more difficult to compromise using common attacks such as race conditions, chroot jail escapes, and buffer overflows.
Digicam is a simple and easy-to-use command-line utility to take, retrieve, and delete pictures from a Kodak DC21x camera. While the code is based on gphoto kodak_dc21x library, it fixes many annoying bug fixes in gphoto implementation, and allows for more options. Since digicam requires no user interaction and takes all the parameters from command line, it can be used in webcam-like scripts and for automatic image capture.
mgadvd is a Matrox G200/Zoran 36700 hardware MPEG decoder driver for Linux. It allows you to play MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and DVD streams through the Zoran 36700 Vaddis III decoder (connected to the G200) with very low CPU usage. Supported DVD audio formats are AC3 (Dolby Digital) and PCM. Included is a player app called mzplay that plays DVD directly from the disc as well as MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 video and audio (Layer II only) files.
Apmiser is a daemon that monitors the CPU usage patterns of your laptop and automatically switches between power-saving mode (in which the CPU is underclocked) and normal mode, depending on whether it thinks you will need the extra CPU speed. This lets you leave your laptop in it's power-saving state without having to suffer from poor performance when you need to perform a CPU-intensive task. Apmiser currently only supports IBM Thinkpads via tpctl, but support can be easily added for any laptop that supports switching power-saving modes programmatically.
This Samsung ML-85G printer driver can print at the full resolution of 600x600 dpi, and at the maximum speed (about two times faster than the driver supplied by the manufacturer under Windows). It needs Ghostscript to convert your PostScript files into PBM images, piping the output directly to the driver. The driver runs in user space, but calls iopl(), so it should be set suid root to execute transparently.