The stmpclean utility removes old files (and old empty directories) from the specified directory. It is meant to be used to clean directories such as "/tmp" where old files tend to accumulate. stmpclean never removes files or directories owned by root, which is a feature, not a bug. Great care is taken while descending into the directory, and the operation is secure. Anything that's not a directory, regular file, or symbolic link is also left alone (because programs like screen(1) create sockets and FIFOs under /tmp and expect them to be long-lived). Unlike other programs that do the same task, stmpclean never forks and consumes limited amount of memory. If stmpclean determines a race condition it will log the situation and exit with a failure.
Gentoo For Zaurus is a port of the Gentoo Distribution to the Zaurus PDA. It can be mounted over NFS so no changes to a current configuration are needed. It includes a native gcc environment for ARM, the zgcc-3.3.1 cross compiler for the main PC with distcc configured so that the main PC does the actual compiling, and X11 for testing applications.
toast is a simple package manager for Unix. It automatically locates and downloads source code, determines how to compile it, installs each package in its own directory tree, and makes the resulting binaries available through an encap/GNU stow-like symlink tree. It also supports binary packages. It is often used to install and manage software in a non-root user's home directory.
The Auditor security collection is a live-system based on KNOPPIX. It provides tools for analyzing the security of a system. It features a menu structure that reflects the stages of a security check: foot-printing, analysis, scanning, wireless, brute-forcing, cracking. In addition to about 300 security tools, the collection includes background information regarding standard configuration and passwords, truly extensive word lists, and more mundane productivity tools.
SimMon is a cross platform monitoring tool which runs on almost any OS that supports the Java Virtual Machine 1.4+. Monitoring is done through the execution of existing monitoring scripts (Perl/VBS) or existing shell commands. Currently monitoring scripts are available for Solaris, Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows based systems. Network devices can be monitored via the integrated SNMPv1 scheduler.