ssthreads provides a more robust threading environment than linuxthreads. It supports priority inheritance, full n-way deadlock detection, and the ability to perform thread operations in a signal handler. It was designed to do this while requiring no system calls in the normal (no contention) mutex lock and unlock.
skvotes is a simple vote system for a CGI environment with HTTP authentication. The number of vote entries, given points, and the vote title can be configured easily in the vote database creation script. Login with HTTP authentication is required to allow each user to vote exactly once (users can still change their votes).
givertcap is a small Linux application that is used to give other applications real-time capabilities. With the aid of givertcap, you can run real-time applications (audio and video -processing apps for example) with high priority, without running the application as root. Your application does get collection capabilities that allow it to run at very high priority.
ENIN (Enumerate IPX nodes) enumerates IPX nodes on a network. It works by sending an IPX ping packet to all nodes on a network. In addition to printing the IPX network and node address, it is able to print the hexdump of the packet, try to identify the IPX stack on the node, and parse the diagnostic response (giving the IPX version, the SPX diagnostic socket, a list of installed components, a list of interfaces in case of routers, etc.).
MSysM (MasarLabs System Monitor) is a lightweight X11 application that displays constantly updated graphs and data informations of your system. It uses loadable modules, so you can expand it with new modules as you like. Current modules are clock, apm, dskstat, cpu, empty, memory, netstat, serial, swap, netip, pcmcia, mail, and ppptime.