vPostMaster is a complete email server for Linux. It is designed to be easily configured in all areas. It includes greylisting, whitelisting, blacklisting, and spam and virus filtering. It supports unlimited domains. It includes Webmail and POP3/IMAP as well as SMTP. Mailing lists and autoresponders are available in the commercial version. It is based on Postfix. The installation uses packages and takes only a few minutes. It features configuration through the Web of all portions of the system from a site-wide policy to per-user preferences and filters.
va (virtual administration) is a console based script for the administration of virtual Web, mail, and DNS servers for multiple domains hosted on one or two Linux machines. It configures the standard (suse) Linux servers, and allows you to make changes to the configuration files. It will configure the following servers: Web server, apache with virtual hosts (create and remove domains) ftp server, set up ftp upload accounts mail server, and bind (set up primary and secondary name servers).
vbetool uses lrmi in order to run code from the video BIOS. Currently, it is able to alter DPMS states, save/restore video card state, and attempt to initialize the video card from scratch. It exists primarily in order to increase the chances of successfully recovering video state after an ACPI S3 suspend.
vdbmaster is a simple program to ease the process of burning movies to a DVD. It uses growisofs to write the disc, and the VideoDB database for selecting the movies to write and keeping records of where your movies are stored. Once the DVD has been written, vdbmaster updates the movies in VideoDB with the name of the disc where they have been burnt. Then, it asks whether you want to remove the original files from your hard drive. It correctly handles movies spanning more than one file, as well subtitle files, as long as the movie filename (without the extension) is the same. The code is clean, small, and easily customizable.
vded is a simple REST-type method for tracking deltas of ever-increasing values (although it handles resets, etc., pretty well). It is meant to accept submissions of values which increment, then determine the delta between that value and its predecessor, as well as figure the rate over time.
vdr2dvd is a simple script, handling all needed steps to create a DVD out of a VDR recording, including the burn process itself. The script merges multiple .vdr files to a big one per DVD title, converts it into a PS stream using ds.jar, multiplexes to the correct DVD-stream, creates the DVD structure, uses mkisofs to create the ISO image and uses dvdrecord to burn the image to the disc.