Kupgrade.sh is a simple script which automates upgrading of a Linux kernel. The script saves the current and previous kernel build configuration files. Kupgrade.sh greatly eases maintainance of custom-built kernels for several non-homogeneous machines by maintaining .config files and building custom kernel RPM files. Kupgrade.sh also supports plugins for tasks such as compiling non-standard drivers and booting using the kernel's initrd interface.
Py@Cron helps desktop users to easily design cron and at jobs. It is designed to let power users implement their own type of tasks for scheduling. This is made possible through a plugin approach and a strong API for coding new task types. It is also designed to provide a very easy-to-use GUI to let non-Unix users plan system tasks with a few mouse clicks. For example, the user does not have to care about the difference between cron jobs and at jobs, since Py@Cron provides an abstract view of both.