The stad (short for SMB Traffic Analyzer Daemon) program collects incoming data from the vfs_smb_traffic_analyzer VFS module included in Samba 3.2.0 and later. Of the received data, it builds an SQL store that can be queried. The SMB traffic analyzer software suite is a toolset aiming at visualizing the data flow on one or more Samba servers, providing statistics about the usage of Samba services. The long term goal of the SMB Traffic Analyzer project is to provide a universal remote debugging facility for Samba.
Pipadoc extracts extracts special comments out of source files or plaintext files and let one define rules how to bring them into proper order. This is somewhat similar to Literate Programming, but it puts the emphasis back to the code, since the source is not extracted from a given "literate text", but the documentation is extracted from the source and then the structure of the generated documentation is defined by the programmer. Pipadoc is programming language and documentation system agnostic, all it requires is that the programming language has some kind of line or block comments in one can place doc statements. It provides a plugin system where one can extend functionality. Some plugins for asciidoc, index generation, and verbatim code sections are provided.
Gswitch automatically changes your GNOME desktop background every so often. The backgrounds are displayed randomly. All background images and style settings are sourced from your list of backgrounds as configured in "System > Preferences > Appearance". By default, images are switched after 20 minutes. Although the images are shown randomly, every image will be shown at least once before you see any repeats.
Mumufs is a virtual file system to support IPC of type many-to-many. It resides in RAM, and supports regular files, directories, symbolic, and hard links. Each file on mumufs is associated with a data block of an arbitrary size. Read/write operations for a file correspond to read/write operations from/to the corresponding data block. Each successful write to a file operation replaces the previously stored data block. Each new read/write operation must start from the shift 0 from the beginning of a file. An operation is considered successful only if the whole data block is read or written. Each file can be opened for reading and writing simultaneously many times. Both blocking and non-blocking IO are supported. Mumufs supports select и poll operations.