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.
COSA and SRP are synchronous serial boards for ISA bus which have two channels. Each channel can be set up to one of the X.21, V.24, V.35 and V.36 hardware interfaces. The Linux kernel driver and user-space tools serve for setting up and using the COSA and SRP boards under Linux. It allows you to use it with the following link-level protocols: Cisco HDLC , synchronous PPP, or as the frame-based character device.
The Autofs CD Changer patch allows you to automount the different slots of a CD changer. It automatically changes the slots and remounts CDs as needed, giving the impression that they are all simultaneously mounted. It's not much use for multisession stuff, but works fine for mp3 lists that span many CDs.
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 is a Linux driver for the Artec AS6E scanner. It scans on all available hardware resolutions in color, greyscale, and lineart, and functions in EPP, PS/2, and SPP parallel port modes. It can be used as a stand-alone program from the command line, or through the SANE (Scanner Access Now Easy) project's software.