Tsprof and pmprof measure the running of an existing binary executable program on Linux/x86. They report counts of entries and events using process-virtual hardware counters of clock cycles and CPU events. The output includes text, graphics, and colorful interactive graphics. Tsprof and pmprof can be used with a wide range of programs, including shared libraries, dynamic modules, pthreads, and SMP.
Fake has been designed to switch in backup servers on a LAN. It has been used to success over the last year to switch in backup Mail, Web and Proxy servers during periods of both unscheduled and scheduled down time. Fake allows you to take over the IP address of another machine in the LAN by bringing up an additional interface and making use of ARP spoofing. The additional interface can be either a physical interface or an IP alias.
sctl is used to control the Bearcat BC895xlt, BC245, BC780, and Radio Shack PRO-2052 trunk tracking scanners. It can read and set memory contents and a numerous settings, and will display and change the current status (e.g. scanning, trunk scanning, etc.). It can also download/store and upload memory bank contents.
The RPCAP (Remote Packet CAPture) system for Linux allows the capture of network traffic on a remote system. It is a two component system, with a "server" component running on the remote system, which uses libpcap to capture network packets, and uplink them to the client system. The client side component of rpcap is a library called librpcap, which exposes a subset of the libpcap API. The client and server components use standard Sun RPC communication mechanisms for providing a transparent, libpcap-compatible API for the capture of remote network traffic.