pfm is a terminal-based file manager written in Perl. All pfm commands can be invoked with one- or two-key commands. It features integration with version control systems, use of the ReadLine library for friendly command line editing, support for executing user-defined commands, colored filenames according to extension or type, a single-file and multiple-file mode, and bookmarks for directories.
Qtella is a client for the Gnet with many useful features. It is written in C++, uses the Qt libraries, and is available for Linux. Qtella's advantages over other clients include the fact that it is very fast (since it uses C++ instead of Java), it available for multiple platforms (since it uses Qt), and it is not spyware.
HotSaNIC is a Web-based information center for Unix-based systems. It gives you a graphical overview about certain network- and system statistics. HotSaNIC is programmed (mainly in Perl 5) in a modular way to give you a great flexibility of which items you like to use, and it can be extended with further modules written by yourself or others.
Mike's Jukebox Distro is really just a floppy image that you add to a CD full of mp3's, using it as the El-Torito boot image. It has a complete Linux kernel and madplay, along with BusyBox. A simple shell script uses "find" to get a list of all mp3's on the CD, and it then plays each of them in order. tty3 is used for the player output, tty1, and tty2 have shells to allow the user to "play" while it's playing music.
Using nothing more than a web browser, developers can implement dynamic data-driven storefronts with an integrated shopping basket, catalog, hierarchical categories, boolean product search, and order processing. Your eShop's architecture lets developers prepare and market specialized look and feel, payment processing, and shipping modules.