libmls is a library that can be used to measure the frequency response of a loudspeaker or a room using your computer and an ordinary soundcard. It can perform both MLS (Maximum Length Sequence) and Sinus sweep measurements. It supports ALSA, OSS, and the sound system used in Windows.
Tcss implements traffic shaping using iproute2 and iptables. It supports multiple network interfaces, layer7 shaping (l7-filter module is required), grouping of networks / hosts, bandwidth bursting, sharing bandwidth between networks within groups, network exclusions, and multiport rules, and can shape by TCP/UDP port, IP, network block, and layer7 (payload). It also supports a flat file or MySQL backend.
WASTE is a mesh-based workgroup tool that allows for encrypted, private communication between distant parties on the Internet, independent of local network organization. It is RSA secured, and has been heralded as the most secure P2P connection protocol currently in development. WASTE functions as a both a server and a client under *nix, Mac OS X, and Windows, as well as a server only mode under *nix and Windows.
Caprice32 is a software emulator of the Amstrad CPC 8bit home computer series. The emulator faithfully imitates the CPC464, CPC664, and CPC6128 models. By recreating the operations of all hardware components at a low level, the emulator achieves a high degree of compatibility with original CPC software. These programs or games can be run unmodified at real-time or higher speeds, depending on the emulator host environment.
watch_dvb is a simple script that allows DVB users to easily watch a TV channel using the low-end application dvbstream. It uses the channel lists provided with 'szap' and handles the channel tuning. As a gimmick there is an interactive mode that is used when the specified pattern matches more than one channel. Additionally you can stream the DVB data to another workstation on the network.
DVD-Vault is an implementation of a filesystem archive that makes a DVD SCSI library with multiple pieces of DVD-R or DVD-RAM media look like a single large file system. A library with 1000 pieces of 4.7Gbyte media can be addressed as a 4700GByte file system with SCSI-robotic mounting and unmounting of media as required. Users of UniTree (HPSS), AMASS, METIOR, and MagnaVault may recognize how this program works. It has been tested with an ASACA 250 and 1450 and the Sony/Kubota 64-slot PD (blu-ray) library.