v9fs provides a Plan 9 9P2000 resource sharing protocol for the Linux 2.6 kernel. This can be used to share files, devices, /proc, /sys, etc. It also works with Plan 9 file servers, and can be used to mount synthetic file systems from Plan 9 applications (see the plan9port project).
vAVRdisasm is an Atmel 8-bit AVR firmware disassembler. This single-pass disassembler can read Atmel Generic, Intel HEX8, and Motorola S-Record formatted binary files containing valid AVR firmware. vAVRdisasm is capable of a variety of formatting options, and can output directly assemble-able code.
Versatile-ISDN (vISDN for short) is yet another ISDN implementation for Linux. It aims at being an open, modular, flexible, and versatile architecture to connect Linux to the ISDN. vISDN is comprised of a channel crossconnector, a lapd/q.931 implementation, an Asterisk channel driver, PPP networking, traffic analysis through Ethereal, and much more. vISDN is in the process of obtaining a certification of compliance from an independent lab. vISDN currently supports Cologne Chip's HFC-based cards for either BRIs and PRIs in user-role or network-role.
vMovieDB is a movie collections manager for the Gnome desktop. You can play selected movies with your favorite video player, manage various types of information for your movies (title, year, media type, quality, subtitles, location, genre, and movie image), export your movies to an HTML or text document, and search for a selected movie on ImDB.com. It has a fast and light database based on XML.
vPICdisasm is a Microchip PIC firmware disassembler that supports the Baseline, Mid-Range, and Mid-Range Enhanced 8-bit PIC cores. This single-pass disassembler can read Intel HEX8 and Motorola S-Record formatted binary files containing valid PIC program binaries. vPICdisasm is capable of a variety of formatting options, including representing data constants in different bases, and can output directly assemble-able code.
vPostMaster is a complete email server for Linux. It is designed to be easily configured in all areas. It includes greylisting, whitelisting, blacklisting, and spam and virus filtering. It supports unlimited domains. It includes Webmail and POP3/IMAP as well as SMTP. Mailing lists and autoresponders are available in the commercial version. It is based on Postfix. The installation uses packages and takes only a few minutes. It features configuration through the Web of all portions of the system from a site-wide policy to per-user preferences and filters.
va (virtual administration) is a console based script for the administration of virtual Web, mail, and DNS servers for multiple domains hosted on one or two Linux machines. It configures the standard (suse) Linux servers, and allows you to make changes to the configuration files. It will configure the following servers: Web server, apache with virtual hosts (create and remove domains) ftp server, set up ftp upload accounts mail server, and bind (set up primary and secondary name servers).
vbetool uses lrmi in order to run code from the video BIOS. Currently, it is able to alter DPMS states, save/restore video card state, and attempt to initialize the video card from scratch. It exists primarily in order to increase the chances of successfully recovering video state after an ACPI S3 suspend.