TestTrack Pro is a powerful defect tracking/bug tracking application. The application's server component runs on Linux servers and can be accessed by both Web and Windows clients. A full-featured defect management solution, TestTrack Pro includes multiple security configurations, integrated email notification, email importation, XML support, and much more. It easily scales from a single user to hundreds.
The i810 console framebuffer driver supporting 16-bit color (65k colors) works as an effective framebuffer which is similar to the VESAFB console. It has been tested with LPP (the Linux Progress Patch), but you must apply the LPP patch to the kernel before applying the patch for this driver. There is an easy install script install-fb available now.
perl-esmtpd is an antispam, antivirus, and authenticating SMTP daemon. It integrates with qmail, sendmail, stunnel, etc. It's simple Perl, so you can hack it to suit your needs. It supports RBLs, mx on from, bounce evil phrases, virus scanning, etc. It offers: RBL-sytle black-hole DNS checking when not relaying, verification of valid MX records for the MAIL FROM (when not relayin, the ability to use Stunnel for smtps connections and still do RBL checks etc., simple authentication (i.e. PLAIN or LOGIN) for offsite users, and the ability to reject email with certain key phrases. Many other useful features are included.
Libra FTP daemon is an anonymous FTP server for Linux. All standard FTP commands are fully supported. In addition the server implements wide- spread non-standard FTP features like directory messages, MD5 sum calculation, and session timeout. As an additional feature it has a read-only mode. Last release provides also a native IPv6 support. The daemon logs all user activities to stderr device.
netview lets you browse, mount, and unmount SMB shares using any browser, but especially Konqueror or any browser which is also a file manager. It provides actual mounting of shares so you can edit files on them. It addes mounted shares to /etc/fstab automatically so they will be remounted, and manages storage of passwords in a $HOME/.smbpasswd file for later auto-mounting of shares.