Avifile Glue for mpeg2_movie started as a simple patch against heroinewarrior mpeg2_movie to utilize libavifile, however the project got out of hand and currently supports the Nuppelvideo file format for input and the MJPEGtools' mpeg2enc YUV4MPEG format for output. Originally, this project's intent was not to become a new package, but only to provide direct AVI to MPEG conversion for the GNU/Unix/Linux community until the core feature (linking against libaviplay) was integrated into the main encoder, but this goal has been abandoned. The project's current goad is to enable as many encoders as possible with the ability to read AVI, NUV, and QT.
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This is a patch for the popular Cistron RADIUS server to put the "users" file, including passwords in an LDAP directory. Integrating the radius server with LDAP has many benefits: all user accounts can be put in a central store, the store is easily replicated, and writing account management scripts also become easier with the multitudes of freely available LDAP browsers and administration tools.
UltiMusE-LX is a composing program. You could think of it as a "word processor" for music. It allows you to draw sheet music on the screen using the mouse and/or computer keyboard. Up to 16 parts or voices fit on up to seven staves. Most standard musical notations are supported, as are MIDI instrument patch changes, events, and real-time clocks. As you work, you can hear your music played from any point in your score, or print any portion of it. Your completed score file documents your composition and arrangement in as much detail as you care to put in. UltiMusE was for many years the standard MIDI program for the Tandy Color Computer OS-9 community.
The HotKeys daemon listens for the "special" hotkeys that you won't normally use on your Internet/Multimedia keyboards. The buttons perform their intended behaviors, such as volume up and down, mute the speaker, or launch applications. It features an XML-based keycode configuration file format, which makes it possible to define the hotkeys to launch any programs you want.