sauditor is a sample auditor that is intended to be simple and quick to use. It allows you to quickly and easily search for the sample you want. It features a curses interface, with no mousing required, and a toggleable X spectrum analyzer. The spectrum analyzer lets you see the frequencies present in your samples, which is handy if you want an idea of how much "space" the samples take up in the mix. It uses Jack for output, which allows you to connect filters to the output.
QUnitTest is a an easy-to-use GUI and application for use with the Python unit testing framework. It can be used to conveniently execute unit tests and suites, and then display the results in a useful fashion. It is intended to make the execution of unit tests and results display as easy as possible. This allows the programmer to focus on changes and refactoring while frequently executing unit tests to track progress.
ProviderTool Internet server administration program with email protection. The software is divided into a subcomponent Admin Tool, Customer Tool, and a Reseller Tool. Each subcomponent tool manages a separate zone that is setup for the specific needs of your administrator, end user, and reseller. If you have a Red Hat, SuSE, or Debian Internet or intranet server, you will be able to add, delete, and change settings and users with just a couple of clicks. ProviderTool is delivered with a separate Apache and PHP server environment. There is also an email protection tool included.
nca (Network Console on Acid) connects a pseudo terminal to the consoles' virtual terminals (/dev/tty0, etc.), allowing a remote user to read and write directly to the console. It is supplied with a version of OpenSSH that is hacked so that one can connect to a Linux server and run nca very early in the boot up sequence (immediately after the root filesystem has been mounted read only). It's the next best thing to a serial console for fixing boot-time problems remotely.
Driver On Demand is an automated driver installation system for Linux that automatically identifies devices that have no drivers and uses an online database to install an appropriate driver for that device without human interaction (if requested). This makes it an ideal system for newbies, as it takes away most of the configuration part of Linux. The goal is to allow users to plug in any device and have it instantly work without the need to manually install drivers.