scsidev builds a list of devices on your SCSI busses and creates device nodes to access them. The names are built based on their path, which is a 4-tuple consisting of the host adapter number, the channel number, the SCSI target ID, and the Logical Unit Number. Names build this way are much more persistent than the enumeration scheme used by the kernel (1st disk = sda, etc.). scsidev remembers the permissions of disappeared devices and restores the permissions properly when devices reappear. Optionally, it can create the devices as symbolic links to the main device nodes in /dev/, create missing device nodes, and handle missing permissions on the /dev/ nodes. You can assign alias names based on various pieces of information, such as vendor and model name. It also supports retrieving the serial number, the WWID, and the HSV OS ID and allows assigning names based on this information, thus providing a unique identification.
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 sctplib library is a fairly complete prototype implementation of the Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP), a message-oriented reliable transport protocol that supports multi-homing and multiple message streams multiplexed within an SCTP connection. The API of the library was modeled after section 10 of RFC 2960, and most parameters and functions should be self-explanatory to the user familiar with this document. In addition, the library also provides a number of helper functions for managing timers and UDP communication.
sda12 is a package of software for working with the B&B Electronics 485SDA12 RS-485 analog and digital data acquisition device. It includes a command line program, an XML-RPC server program, and a C++ programming library to provide access to the module's analog inputs, digital inputs, and outputs. You can read the analog input voltages, set the digital output lines, set the module address, and do anything else the device's programming interface allows.
SDB (show database) is a utility to manage a collection of tradeable live shows. It features a browseable list of shows, and the ability to compile special interest lists and import or export from/to various formats, including plain text, CSV, HTML, and PDF. XML files are used to store all data. Future goals include the implementation of some BitTorrent features, especially the creation of torrent files, and some network features to share information about a recorded show.