Lan Core is software that lets you build a thin client network on a Windows operating system. It was originally designed to work in a server or workstation with Windows XP Professional and using the native remote desktop protocol or RDP. To this end, the Lan Core package includes: (1) the Preboot Execution Environment or PXE service, a server application used to boot the thin clients (also referred as terminals or clients) in a local area network; (2) the thin client operating system (Thin OS), an embedded system based on Linux; and (3) an interface application used to manage the PXE service and thin clients. The thin clients' boot is done through a local area network (LAN), and it is based on the Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) protocol. In order to do it, Lan Core also provides two additional services: a DHCP server and a Trivial FTP server for Windows, used to assign IP addresses and transfer boot files, respectively.
Oracle Reports Native Barcode Generator is an object that can be easily inserted into Oracle Reports to create barcode images. Once installed, no other components or fonts need to be installed to create barcodes; it is a complete barcode generator that stays in the report, even when it is distributed or accessed from a server. Supported symbologies include GS1-128, Code 128, Code 39, Codabar, Interleaved 2 of 5, ITF, PostNet, and Planet. The demo version of this product contains a static barcode that may be used for evaluation purposes only.
pidgin-osd is an application that uses the xosd library to print various events on the X root window on receiving incoming messages from pidgin. It is based on gaimnosd 0.7 (the last publically available version). It is mostly like the gaimnosd plugin; the only difference is that an implementation for UTF-8 conversion to the current used locale was added.
wwlisp is an interpreted programming language for application development and scripting that can be used for developing stand-alone programs, developing shell scripts, or embedded in another program. It is a concise object-oriented dialect of the Lisp language very loosely inspired by Common Lisp, Smalltalk, or even C++. It aims at solving specific categories of problems, so the implementation does not comprise mechanisms intended to treat all the types of data traditional in LISP, or to implement theoretical concepts of software engineering or facilities dedicated to the management of large projects.