xbmsd is a file sharing daemon that uses the Xbox Media Streaming Protocol (XBMSP) supported by the Xbox Media Center. It also supports the XBMSP Server Discovery Protocol (XBSDP). Its main features are mapping files to arbitrary local files or HTTP files/streams, support for filetype-specific, "synthetic" mplayer configuration files, and support for filtering files with arbitrary programs, which can, for example, re-encode media files on the fly.
QStick is a program which uses the XTest extension in XFree86 to send keyboard messages to an X server from a Linux-supported joystick. The program consists of the KBStick executable which reads joystick input and dispatches keypress messages to X, and the QStick shell script which configures environment varibles read by the executable to assign X KeyCodes to the joystick directions & button presses.
The Kraftwurfel is a Linux-based appliance server for use in small organisations, which can be administered with an easy-to-use and good-looking Web interface. The focus of the administration interface is to offer a good chosen subset of the service's features to the administrator. Behind the surface of the Web based administration and user interface is an expandable software architecture build around a database, which holds the all configuration information.
Utmpd is a small and flexible daemon that aims to simplify user access control. It scans the utmp file, looking for logged users, and then kills anyone matching a deny rule. Denial can be based on the time of login, the hostname or IP address from which the login request comes, or the idle time of the user.
Atli is a scripting language interpreter originally meant to be a quick way to develop a particular application's scripting language. Atli can also be used to write shell-like scripts to do tasks. Atli is a weakly typed language in which variables do not need to be declared before use. All variables are stored as strings and converted between string and number form automatically. Atli provides interfaces to cooperate with applications, so applications can exchange data and instructions with atli through a callback function.