LinkIt is a simple program to validate local links within HTML documents. It tries to check that every referenced local file (another HTML document, an image, or a CSS entry) exists and is accessible. The checking is performed recursively, and all reachable documents are checked. When the referenced local file doesn't exist, the program reports the filename, row, and column where the broken reference is located.
Surf Canyon accelerates the search experience on Google, Yahoo!, and Microsoft Live Search by enabling you to find relevant information buried in the search results. Employing advanced search technology, the application determines what you want and then goes as deep as page 100 of the result set to fetch it. It also supports Craigslist, including image previews. It is available as an add-on extension for Firefox 2 and Firefox 3 as well as a plug-in for Internet Explorer (IE6 and IE7). The application learns as you search to filter your results.
kbtrap is a program that monitors a keyboard for events and executes commands when selected keys are pressed/released. It is implemented as a server/client connected by pipes for flexibility. Possible uses for this include using a keyboard/numpad to control applications such as media players, media centers (using a remote that identifies itself as a keyboard), kiosks, and anything that needs to perform special events on certain keyboard events.
Naraio is a complete package of Apache, MySQL, PHP, Perl, Openssl, Openssh, OpenLDAP, Subversion, Ruby, Python, Phpldapadmin, and Trac. Naraio works with secure LDAP. Users of Trac and Subversion are authenticated with the included OpenLDAP. This is similar to LAMP software with more packages. Naraio is designed to be small and flexible. It is suitable both for small and big enterprises.
The GRIA Command Line Client interface has several advantages over the standard graphical interface. It provides the ability to automate various common actions through easy to write and use batch or shell scripts. Actions can be performed automatically without the need for interaction with the user, and chained together to form pipelines. In addition, the command line client uses less resources than the graphical interface.