Sencap is a simple ENCAP software manager. Encapping is a method of installing software from source tarballs into private trees (bin, lib, man, share) and symlinking them to the system tree (e.g. /usr/local). Uninstallation of encapped software is quick, reliable and easy. Encapping is best used to augment the default package manager, not to replace it.
auditunlink is a Linux shared library that intercepts the unlink system call, and logs which process, program, and user initiated it, and to which file the call was applied. It is designed to be loaded with LD_PRELOAD or /etc/ld.so.preload, and allows system administrators to log file deletions even if a user has the proper file system permissions to perform the deletion.
gscmxx allows you to access your Siemens cell phone from your (Linux) desktop. gscmxx supports read and write access to phonebooks and the addressbook (if available) and read access to record lists. Furthermore, gscmxx supports downloading and uploading bitmaps to and from the phone. Bitmaps are displayed directly within the application. gscmxx also supports reading and sending SMS.
Beeweeb Internet File Server Workgroup for Windows is a secure and fast alternative to complex and expensive VPN solutions. It enables users connecting from the Internet to access, backup, and share files stored on any file server, just as you would do within a LAN. The BWB protocol includes SSL encryption and allows direct access to files, avoiding time-consuming downloading and uploading procedures. It is easy to install and configure. Users log on to the server by means of the Beeweeb's thin free client (Beeweeb Mapper) with just an address (i.e. username@servername) and a password. It is scalable to serve up to thousands of users, and it is a perfect solution for ISPs and hosting providers who wish to offer innovative online storage, backup, and file-sharing services.