LDAPfs is pseudo filesystem that provides access to LDAP directories. It allows LDAP entries to be read and written using the familiar file system interface. Organizational units (ou) and distinguished names (dn) are treated like directories and individual attributes appear as files. It is able to read, write, delete, and create LDAP entries.
Net Worm Race is a highly customizable on- line network game for up to 30 players. It is a variation on the well known "snake" theme. Several worms (one for each player) keep growing from somewhere and can change their direction to certain angles (set in the settings) or change their speed by certain amounts in a given range. If the head of a worm leaves the game area or another worm, the worm dies. The game goes on until there is a single worm left.
Netinfo is a IP/MAC address locater for switched networks. It collects information from routers and L2/L3 switches and combines them to provide IP-MAC, IP-switch interface, and MAC-switch interface pairs. This makes it possible to determine the exact location of an IP or a MAC address in a network. It supports policy configuration and violation detection and can location duplicate IPs and IP address changes. It can also be used to monitor access to switch interfaces and stores a history of all collected information. Experimental support for automatic user lock-out in the event of violations is also included. It works with Cisco devices and is intended for use by NOCs and network administrators.
parexec executes multiple commands in parallel and displays their output clearly in one shell using ncurses, and makes it possible to terminate them all with one keystroke. The commands are read from stdin, and lines containing a single "-" instruct the program to wait until all previous commands have finished before executing further commands.
RakNet is a networking API that is a wrapper for reliable UDP and higher level functionality on Windows, Linux, and Unix. It allows any application to communicate with other applications on the same computer, over a LAN, or over the internet. Although it could be used for any networked application, it was developed specifically for rapid development of online games and the addition of multiplayer to single player games.