Tairent is a minimalistic BitTorrent client for Linux servers. This means that it has no GUI, TUI, or CLI. Instead, it provides an effective way for serving large files using the BitTorrent protocol. One of the key features is that Tairent tries to minimize data copying in memory by using mmap for mapping files into memory and then sending them directly to the peer.
MediaRC is a remote control program intended for controlling various media devices found in a home theater or with a PVR like MythTV. It is an extendable program for which new drivers can easily be added. MediaRC currently can control IR devices through LIRC, the sound levels through ALSA, and serial devices like a TV.
objectManager.class.php is a super-class that allows its sub-classes to become persistent. It has a full range of functions that allows schema creation, object insertion, object updating, and object deletion from a MySQL database. Most operations are achieved with just one line of code.
saop adds authentication to any SMTP server by using a POP3 or IMAP4 server as the authentication backend. To do so, it sits in the middle of an SMTP session and intercepts login attempts. It then captures the user and password and authenticates against a POP3 server, an IMAP4 server, or a password list.
QP2M is an Peer2Mail application, which means that it lets you share, store, and manage your files via email accounts. It work similar to other Peer2Mail applications, but it makes upload and download very simple, and has some unique features. You can upload and download multiple files simultaneously, manage your email accounts, and resume transfers after closing the application.
Abyss Web Server X1 is a personal Web server. Despite its small footprint, it supports secure SSL connections (HTTPS), CGI/FastCGI, ISAPI extensions, server-side includes (SSI), download resuming, caching negotiation, logging, custom error pages, password protection, IP address control, URL rewriting, aliases, custom MIME types, index files, custom directory listings, anti-leeching, and bandwidth throttling. It also features an automatic anti-hacking system and an intuitive multilingual remote Web management interface.
Record TV is a system of scripts for recording TV on your Linux desktop PC. Record TV is designed to follow the Unix philosophy by attempting to do one thing well. It makes use of the cron and at commands to do the scheduling, and is flexible enough to work with lots of different UI styles. It concerns itself simply with understanding your TV listings and deciding which programs to record.
streamiumd aims to be a simple-to-use, yet feature-rich daemon that runs on a server containing MP3s and M3U (playlist) files. It requires very little to get it running (Perl and MP3::Info), runs fast even on old machines, and allows your MP3 collection to be browsed from your Philips Streamium (tm) MC-i250 or MC-i200. It can serve to multiple devices simultaneously, has its own built-in HTTP daemon, can read HTTP URLs for Internet radio from M3U files, and can run on whatever port you choose.
STPsim is an application that simulates and visualizes switches using the Spanning Tree Protocol. It features a GUI to build and control a custom network topology. A VPython frontend visualizes virtual switches and network cables in a 3D environment. To visualize STP-states, switches and ports change colors and captions in real time.