The Linux Kernel Patches Collection aims to put together some useful and interesting kernel patches which are not currently included in the standard kernel distribution. The patches included in this collection are ones that add features such as greater security, more hardware drivers, and journaling filesystems. This project merges all the different patches together so that they apply cleanly in a single step. A major goal of the project is to ensure that the patched kernel is stable and reliable.
KDiveMaster is an electronic logbook for SCUBA-divers developed for KDE 3. The project was started because of the need for a program that could read out data from Aladin Dive Computers, but the project's goal is to become a fully featured logbook application. KDiveMaster is in an early state of development but already quite usable.
Maudio is a simple audio mirroring device (a sort of audio pipe). Unlike a filesystem pipe, maudio behaves as a hardware soundcard. In particular, after installation of the driver, you get two audio-like devices (usually /dev/dsp0 and /dev/dsp1) which are connected to each other. Everything sent to the first DSP will appear as sound data on the second DSP and vice versa.
The LARTC-HOWTO describes many advanced ways of routing and shaping traffic. Using the HOWTO, you will be able to shape traffic in myriad ways, which will help you lower latency for interactive use when others are downloading or uploading. It will also teach you how to limit certain hosts/protocols' bandwidth usage. It also explains many aspects of routing using the 'ip' tool from the iproute2 suite.
rdesktop Console is a Perl/Tk based utility for Linux to work with multiple rdesktop servers. It works with rdesktop 1.1.0 from www.rdesktop.org to manage multiple sessions for logging into Windows NT and 2K Terminal Servers. It allows creation and management of a simple list of servers and a default resolution for the terminal windows.