PCL is a portable standard C library which is useful for password crackers/password recovery software authors. It parses the password definition file (PDF), which format is application independent and generates passwords according to rules. These rules are written in a simple but powerful PCL language and may include brute force (with known chars) searching, dictionary (with modifiers) attack, misspelled passwords recovery, and much more.
The Kraftwurfel is a Linux-based appliance server for use in small organisations, which can be administered with an easy-to-use and good-looking Web interface. The focus of the administration interface is to offer a good chosen subset of the service's features to the administrator. Behind the surface of the Web based administration and user interface is an expandable software architecture build around a database, which holds the all configuration information.
The EJBWizard is a graphical tool written in Java to assist in the rapid prototyping on Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) and JavaServer Pages (JSPs) that manipulate them. Originally designed to work with the JOnAS EJB server system, the EJBWizard has been expanded to create beans suitable for use with virtually any EJB server system.
ELMP:TNG Server is the server component of the Embedded Linux MP3 Player, a digital audio jukebox with some unique features. It is designed to run on customized PC hardware as part of a HiFi system or car stereo, but could also be used as a backend for a desktop MP3 player. Features include multiple playlists, a VFS layer, and plugins for decoder/output/vfs functions.
format floppy formats your floppies with different capacities of 1440 kBytes or above. Even floppies with an original size of only 1440 kBytes can be reformatted. Now it is possible to save, and to transport a file whose size would normally be too large. Additionally, format floppy creates a file system of your choice on the floppy. You can choose between FAT-12, FAT-16, FAT-32, ext2, and minix. If you want to use the disk with DOS or Windows, FAT-12 is the best option.
Photolib is a Web-based photo gallery program, but unlike all other galleries, it is aimed to be a library rather than a standalone program. This way, users can take the Photolib library and easily plug a photo gallery into their own Perl-based site. They are also free to easily create their own look and feel to the gallery through regular Perl and HTML, rather than some complicated theme generator.