Set-cd-rom-speed is an application for setting CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drive speed, written with KDE Kommander. Fast CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drives have one big disadvantage over older and slower models in that they are often quite loud because of the disk spinning very fast in the drive. Using set-cd-rom-speed, you can decrease the drive's speed and thus reduce the annoying noise.
dhcpd-wrapper is a set of shell scripts to make lengthy dhcpd.conf files more manageable and portable. It also allows the use of a backup dhcpd server without using ISC's failover code. The wrapper allows the dhcpd.conf file to be broken up into a logical set of configuration files by shared network and group. It can also work with very simple configurations.
TVEz is a browser-based system to manage movies, shows, and clips stored on local or remote file systems. It is also a front end to the XINE video player that makes the control of the player possible from the Web browser. It retrieves information about movies, including an image of the cover, from IMDB, and stores that information in a MySQL database. The database entries are fully searchable by director, writers, actors, titles, etc. It includes a rating system for movies by which movies can be sorted such that your most favorite ones appear on top of the list. The Web-based configuration is generic enough so that any kind of show can easily be added to the shows listing. The playlist is fully manageable.
qmail-installer is a shell script that asks the user a few configuration questions, and then downloads, patches, installs, and configures qmail and its dependencies. Currently, the script installs daemontools and ucspi-tcp, and optionally qmailanalog, the SMTP AUTH patch, the qmail-queue patch, and the virus-scan-zip patch. The installer offers a number of modes (outbound only, outbound only with SMTP, normal, and normal with POP). The qmail installation performed by this script is compliant with Dan Bernstein's licensing, and is very close to an LWQ installation.
CCSAT (Cisco Configuration Security Auditing Tool) is a tool for automated auditing of configuration security for large numbers of Cisco routers and switches. The tool is based upon industry best practices, including Cisco, NSA, and SANS security guides and recommendations. It is flexible and can report details down to individual device interfaces, lines, ACLs, and ASs, etc. This tool has been tested and used successfully on FreeBSD, Solaris 8, and Linux, and should work on all major UNIX platforms (POSIX.2).
Virus Update Server (vsuserver) helps you maintain an updated mirror of the antivirus updates from the McAfee/Network Associates servers without having to download the entire list of updates every time a new antivirus update is available. It mirrors all the files needed for serveral OSes, and it also includes a FAQ on how to configure clients to update for their version of the product.
Munin is a system to gather and graph all sorts of information. You can install a node on the various machines in your network, as well as on a central server. The nodes will know how to extract various kinds of information, such as load average and bandwidth usage, and will wait for the server to request these values. The output is in HTML format. The server can optionally send notifications if any of the values move outside of a specified range (and when they move back into it).