Paranormal is an extremely customizable visualization plugin for XMMS, based (conceptually) on Winamp's AVS plugin. Its goal is to be as flexible as possible by providing a number of 'actuators' that perform various tasks involved in generating an image. These actuators can then be combined to create a nearly unlimited number of effects.
libclfll++ takes advantage of the abstract Library Load framework in the CoreLinux libclfw++ library by providing management of loading Linux shared libraries. Application developers define function objects as wrappers and can then dynamically load the functions. It is very useful for implementing a framework for plug-ins.
Qddb is powerful database creation software. Using Qddb, you can quickly and easily create database applications. nxqddb allows you to create a complete database application in less than five minutes, and Hx lets you manage database information over the web through a CGI interface. Larger applications can also be developed using Fx, a powerful TCL/Tk toolkit.
Extracts information from the linux boot append= line. For example if you have as boot command line boot: Linux append="x11=true" You can use this program to extract that information and go to init level 4 from within your rc.local script It is also useful for having bootscripts that have to behave differently according to the booted kernel (e.g. ip masquerading on 1 machine with a 2.2 or 2.4 kernel installed).
fireparse is an ADMLogger plugin that emails a report of all packets that have been logged by the kernel's packet filtering subsystem (iptables/netfilter or ipchains). The report includes source and destination ports, direction, logged packet count, matched rule, and fully resolved host names (if available). The email report can be formatted to plain text or a colored HTML table.
The k6mult utility sets the CPU multiplier factor on AMD K6-III+ and K6-2+ processors featuring AMD PowerNow(tm). The CPU clock speed is determined by multiplying this factor by the Front Side Bus (FSB) speed. You should use the k6mult utility if you want to increase the multiplier factor after boot to overcome boot-time CPU speed limitations in some BIOSs that do not recognize the K6-III+, or to lower the CPU speed after boot to save power. k6mult comes with a command-line program of the same name to set the CPU multiplier factor immediately, and a boot-time service to set the parameter from a config file.