pup is a GTK+ GUI utility for maintaining your printer. For uni-directional mode, it supports the Lexmark Optra Color 40 and 45, Lexmark Optra E310, HP 2100M, HP 4000, and HP LJ4 Plus. For bi-directional mode, it supports any PJL printer (or partially, depending on the printer). Current features include ink cartridge setup and maintainance (Lexmark Optra 40/45 only), printing of various test pages, printer status, and querying and changing of printer default settings.
fillrio.sh is a standalone shell script that loads random MP3 files to all available memory in your rio. The RIO utility is required to interface with the RIO hardware. Special features of this tool include the ability to recursively scan your music archive directories, specify search strings and add to what's already loaded.
Genscreen generates C or C++ code using ncurses library functions for building I/O screens. Screen layouts are designed using any text editor (vi, emacs, etc.), then the layout file is run through Genscreen and automatically converted to compilable C/C++ code. Once the basic screen code is generated it can be edited, have additional features added, or be merged with other code. Genscreen also includes automatic date field generation for both US and European date formats, and support for generating money fields.
Microwindows is an Open Source project aimed at bringing the features of modern graphical windowing environments to smaller devices and platforms. Microwindows allows applications to be built and tested on the Linux desktop, as well as cross-compiled for the target device. Microwindows' genesis was with the NanoGUI project, and has now been combined into a single distribution. The Win32/WinCE API implementation is known as Microwindows, and the Xlib-like API implementation is known as Nano-X.
OpenVerse is similar to other graphical chat systems like Excite Chat and Microsoft Chat, with the main differences being that OpenVerse is open source software, has no advertisements, and also runs on a variety of systems including Windows, Unix, Macintosh, and just about anything else for which you can find a copy of TCL/TK.