vHost is a one-step solution for all virtual hosting needs. It enables a Linux/BSD server with single or multiple IP addresses to function as unlimited virtual hosts with HTTP, FTP, SMTP, POP3, IMAP, and other virtual services extendible via modules. It comes with both a command-line interface and a Web-based GUI ("control panel"), offering maximum control to a domain's owner while relieving the system administrator of most routine administration tasks. Other major features include four levels of login, comprehensive quota control, and built-in clustering capability.
VIA High Speed Serial is a little kernel module (1 KB) which enables high speed serial port modes of VIA VT82C686A or VT82C686B southbridge-equipped motherboards. Basically, this is developed for ISDN-TAs, which at least in europe are constrained by the normal serial port speed of 115200 bit/s. With this module, you can use the serial port at 230400 bit/s so that you can get the full 128000 bit/s from ISDN-TA. The module has been tested with both 686A and 686B chipsets. Functionality is the same as with SHSMOD patches, but you don't have to patch the serial port driver.
The video4linux loopback device is a device driver which generates video pipes. It allows a user program to feed a video stream to another as if it were coming from an actual video device. It can be used for video filters, or for realtime viewing of the output of the "motion" program.
The VideoLAN MiniServer (vlms) is a streaming server that works with the VideoLAN Client. It can read MPEG or MPEG2 streams (from a DVD, a file, or an encoding card) and send them through the network to a remote host or to a broadcast/multicast IP address. It has no scripting support but can easily be integrated into shell scripts.
Viewmol is a program for building and editing molecules as well as for the visualization of outputs from quantum chemical and molecular mechanics programs. Currently supported are Gaussian 9x, Gamess, Discover, DMol/DSolid/DMol3, Gulp, Mopac, Turbomole, and PDB files. Properties visualized include geometry (with various drawing modes), vibration (animated or with arrows), optimization history/MD trajectories, MO energy level diagram, MOs, basis functions, and electron density. Drawings can be saved as TIFF, HPGL, Postscript, and input files for Rayshade. Viewmol has an embedded Python interpreter for automation. The program is language independent and currently "speaks" English, French, German, Russian, or Spanish.
vines draws vines (wandering plants made up mostly of stems and leaves) on your X11 or SunView screen. By default it draws in black and white, but color options (spring and fall) are provided. The vines can grow across the top of your screen and down the side, down from the top of your screen until they reach the bottom, or start from the center and wander all over the screen forever.
VisualPulse continuously gathers and summarizes IP response time and availability data at regular intervals, providing summary and detail views of network devices and services. Continuous ping provides measures of network latency and packet loss. TCP port monitoring reports the availability of critical TCP/IP services such as SNMP, FTP, and POP3. It features Web-based administration and a variety of standard HTML reports and custom reports. An automatic traceroute capture option records network routing and performance detail when a slow response or outage occurs, enabling analysis of performance problems regardless of when they occur.