BICK builds a bootable Linux ISO image from a file tree that represents the run time file tree loaded into tmpfs with options to leave /opt and /usr mounted on the CDROM to save space. For systems with enough RAM, up to as much file data as will fit on the CDROM can be loaded; initial ramdisk is not used for the runtime files.
XPilot is a graphical multi-player maneuvering game with less-exciting graphics, but more speed, tactics, and insults. Some people also use it for UDP network analysis. Over the past eight years of playing and development, tons of features have been added to the game, from basic weapons like shotguns and missiles to more recent ones like phasing devices, invisibility, or hyperjump.
FyTek's PDF Report Writer allows you to easily create reports with headers and/or footers as well as text and tables that flow across pages. It features XML tags and many popular HTML tags (like TABLE, TR, and TD) to create PDF reports. It also contains a rich set of features and functions which go far beyond plain HTML.
GreatCharts is used for creating good-lookings stock charts. It was mainly developed for stock Web sites, to create on-the-fly charts. Small charts (closing+volume) can be drawn in less than 10ms. It can read different input formats, and can draw up to 20 charts in one PNG with different scales. The supported types are: Closing, OHLC, Volume, and Candlestick. The supported formulas are: Moving, Moving Average, RSI, MACD, and Stochastic. The supported drawing types are: line, filled, bar, and filled bars (filled can be transparant to the background/underlaying plots). Everything is configurable through a config file and parameters, including your own background, sizes, etc.
This package provides ACL support for the Linux kernel. Access Control Lists allow fine-grained access control of filesystem objects by attaching a list of permissions which grant or deny specific capabilities to users or groups. This implementation of ACL for the Linux kernel provides semantics that are almost totally compatible with the traditional POSIX umode model for applications that are unaware of the kernel support. Features include the ability to "offer" a file for chown()ing by another user.