BW Acct is a bandwidth accounting and reporting application. It is implemented as a C daemon which manages accounting rules in an iptables/netfilter firewall on the Linux 2.4/2.6 kernel. Support for multiple RDBMS is included, and a plugin architecture is provided for extending BW Acct to support other databases. BW Acct can provide accurate accounting of just about any firewall rule you can imagine.
Eukleides is a computer language devoted to elementary plane geometry. It aims to be a fairly comprehensive system to create geometric figures, either static or dynamic. It can handle geometric types of data like points, vectors, lines, circles, or conics. A Eukleides script usually consists of a declarative part where objects are defined and a descriptive part where objects are drawn. Nonetheless, Eukleides is also a full featured programming language, providing conditional and iterative structures, user defined functions, modules, etc. The Eukleides distribution provides two distinct interpreters: "eukleides" and "euktopst". The former interpreter produces Encapsulated PostScript (EPS). The latter produces PSTricks macros, allowing Eukleides to be used with LaTeX.
FTP Index is a search engine for FTP servers. It scans servers for definable filetypes and stores the results in a MySQL database. It utilizes the ftpls tool from the ftpcopy package for indexing the servers. It scans multiple servers at the same time by running with multiple processes.
lcdmod is a kernel module for using HD44780 compatible LCD displays connected to the parallel port. The driver is based on a vt52 display, so output from commands can simply be echoed to the device file. It uses fast 8 bit mode, and supports user defined fonts and multiple wiring schemes.
GLT ZPR is a mouse manipulation module for C or C++ GLUT/OpenGL programs. The module supplies GLUT callbacks for glutReshapeFunc, glutMouseFunc, glutMotionFunc. These provide VRML examiner-style mouse manipulation using the left, middle, and right mouse buttons. The middle button can be emulated by using both left and right together.