TK10 is a GUI for the Bottlerocket program. It provides a graphical interface for controlling X10 modules that come with the X10 Firecracker kit. TK10 is designed to mimic the look and functionality of the HR12A controller unit that comes with the X10 Firecracker kit. If you are familiar with the HR12A, then you will find TK10 very easy to use. The on/off/dim buttons, device letter dial, and device number range switch work just like in the HR12A, and you can also edit the device labels.
JTAG-O-MAT provides a simple but highly flexible interface to JTAG hardware. Unlike similar projects, the focus is on running automatic JTAG sequences. It is mainly intended for bringing up virgin hardware, for use in an automated test environment, or to preload boards in a production environment. JTAG debugging is not supported. Currently supported hardware includes ARM7TDMI targets and Wiggler as well as Turtelizer programming adapters.
gtkShots is a GUI tool to automatically save screenshots at regular or scheduled points in time. with the Options may be chosen for each screenshot to be saved, such as the size, the parent folder, and the time interval between them. Some possible applications include the creation of presentations or monitoring desktop activity. gtkShots includes pyshots, the command-line program that actually implements its functionality.
The Linux Screen Reader is a screen reader application. The core of the system is the AccessEngine, a message pump that receives events via the Assistive Technology Service Provider Interface (AT-SPI) on the GNOME desktop. The commands available for controlling the screen reader are determined by cascading scripts that completely define the user experience.
Tableutil is a utility for converting, aggregating, and performing operations (currently unions, differences, complements, and intersections) on lists of IP addresses. Its primary use is to convert files into a format pfctl(8) can read. It can read plain-text files with ranges (184.108.40.206-220.127.116.11), CIDR-style networks (192.168.0.0/24), single addresses (242.242.242.242), or host names (one.two.com). It can also read p2b files, the preferred file-format of PeerGuardian.
Pinky-Tagger is a program for editing and mass tagging music file tags. Pinky-Tagger uses the MusicBrainz service to find tags automatically. To do so, Pinky-Tagger generates fingerprints (TRM-Hashes) of your files and compares them with the data from a Musicbrainz server. In addition to tagging single files, Pinky-Tagger allows you to tag complete albums. This works even if the MusicBrainz server has no valid results for some files.