Romeo is a tool for constructing customized Palm OS ROM images. With Romeo, you can remove unused default applications from your Palm, and install other applications in ROM to save RAM and increase their durability. Romeo can also display a great deal of information about the structure of Palm OS ROMs and PRCs.
dirgroup is a Perl script for merging the contents of a directory, /etc/group.d, into the file /etc/group. Storing group information in a directory allows users other than root to own and manage Unix groups. This minor change to Unix permission semantics provides many of the advantages of much more complex ACL systems.
The Graffiti Server is a small C program that allows the posting of messages and, optionally, HTML. It displays the most recent messages but has a search function for finding entries with a given keyword or string. Users can post and delete their own messages, while the administrator can delete any message. As configured, the server remembers about 2500 messages. The Graffiti Server is a traditional Unix daemon that installs itself on a port, waits for connections, then forks another copy to handle the request.