NFSv4 specifies that the RPC calls be batched into a "compound" call. There is no support for this in RPCGEN. By rearranging the ONC IDL for NFSv4 into AutoGen definitions, these templates will emit the original IDL *plus* all the code to package, send, distribute, collect, return, and dispatch the results. The distributed program author merely needs to call and supply server procedures for the routines specified in the IDL. Templates for these calls and service routines is provided, too. The NFSv4 definitions are included.
afinger is a configurable finger client, written in Perl. It can be used both together with a finger daemon and from the command line. afinger honours a .nofinger file in home directories, you can set a minimum and maximum UID, use a Fortune program for erroneous requests, and virtually control each part of the returned information.
Advanced Web Statistics (AWStats) is a free powerful Web server logfile analyzer (Perl script) that shows you all your Web statistics including visits, unique visitors, pages, hits, rush hours, search engines, keywords used to find your site, robots, broken links, and more. It works with both IIS 5.0+ and Apache Web server log files as a CGI and/or from the command line. It also supports multiple languages including English, French, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, German, Polish, and Greek.
AxY FTP (formerly known as WXftp) is an easy-to-use FTP client for the X Window System. Features include an intuitive user interface (Motif and GTK+), side-by-side local and remote directory listings, simple and convenient session manager, on-line help, progress bar, passive and non-passive transfers, and more.
Back-End is a multilingual Web publishing/content management system. Articles, links, and photo galleries can use a common hierarchy, with the look and feel defined using templates. Content administrators manage the content of the Web site through a browser based editor as text, HTML, Wiki, or using a WYSIWYG editor. Add-on modules include on-line advocacy tools and a bibliography.
Badge allows users to display a simple graphical "badge" that signifies membership with a particular group or project in a weblog signature. It is the digital analogue of an "I Voted" sticker, or the countless other bumper stickers given out by non-profit groups. Badge is a reasonably secure system for adding images to weblog singatures in a controlled way. IMG tags are generated dynamically by the weblog software, and since IMG tags are not normally allowed in weblog singatures, this should be pretty hard to forge. The Badge "server" generates the badge image on the fly.
Bazaar is a Web content hosting system. It is a framework designed to support modular resources, such as forums, voting booths, journals, file repositories, and more. It was originally based on WWWThreads, and began as a Web forum system used by several courses for Athabasca University, but as requests for new features came in, its focus needed to be changed. It is now a robust framework that is easily extensible using the module system.