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.
CD-R/W discs can be written with a technique called packet or incremental writing. This allows transparent and buffer-underrun-free recording for CD recorders that support this method. No more mastering of .iso images; just mount your CD-ROM read/write and copy files directly to it.
Autoslack is designed to keep your Slackware Linux system up to date automatically. It reads a configuration file to get the FTP site you wish to use, the distribution directory to use, and where to store the packages on your system. It will show what's been updated based on what you have installed, what's new since you installed, and optionally download and install the packages.
SpiralLoops is a simple visual tool for looping, layering, and warping of sounds. Sounds can be input from either wav files on disk, or from sound generating plugins. You can create loop-based compositions with the minimum feedback time between the decisions you make and your ears. The looping mechanism is very flexible, allowing you to lock the timing of loops together or to offset them for creating complex sequences such as polyrhythms.