lisodsp is a multi-open device driver for Linux. It is a kernel module that installs a OSS DSP device which can be opened many times in write mode. Reading the device produces a mix of all opened channels. lisodspd is a full-featured user space daemon which forwards audio data to a real OSS device. In addition lisodspd allows the user to set up a filter between a lisodsp device and the real OSS device. The device supports all linear formats (8/16 bit, little/big endian, mono/stereo) in a wide sampling range (4800 to 48000Hz).
Buffy displays a window with a summary of your mailboxes and lets you open them in your mail program. It is written with the intent of being a handy everyday tool for people working with large volumes of mail. For mutt users, it can be a nice front-end to supplement the simple built-in folder browser when one has many folders to keep track of. It tries hard to work out of the box and looks for mail folders in sensible places and comes with reasonable defaults. It supports mail stored in maildir, mbox, and gzipped mbox format.