Asymptopia Linux Process Tool is a script which runs from a terminal and accesses the /proc filesystem through a simple text interface. It has a menu of commands for monitoring and getting information about processes. If installed in your path, you can also simply issue the command "proctool [program2kill]" and all instances of the specified program are killed.
The Philips LightFrame2 is a technology for TV-quality video and photo display on a computer monitor. LightFrame(tm) is a combination of hardware and software for Windows. xLightFrame brings almost the same functionality to X. You can highlight the whole screen, or any part of it. This program is useful only on Phlips LightFrame-capable monitors, like the model 109S. It is an independent program that has no relation to or links with Philips. You can use it from the command line, or with help from the companion script lfw.sh.
MuGeN is a package for interactively exploring multiple annotated genomes simultaneously, possibly mixed with computational analysis results. Map information can be loaded from various sources, and resulting images can be exported in different formats. Both an interactive GUI based environment and a batch mode program are provided.
The Entitlement Based Scheduler (EBS) is a modification of the Linux O(1) CPU scheduler that introduces entitlement based scheduling for SCHED_NORMAL tasks in Linux 2.6 kernels. The design features of the O(1) scheduler that address the issues of scalability and efficiency are retained. Entitlement based sharing means that each task has its own variable entitlement to CPU resources, and the scheduler allocates more CPU time to tasks with greater entitlement. The priority of each task is continually adjusted to achieve this aim.