LASH is a session management system for JACK audio and ALSA MIDI applications on Linux. It consists of a daemon, a client library, a server control tool, and a number of example applications. Its aim is to allow users to have many different audio programs running at once, to save their setup, close them down and then reload the setup at some other time. It doesn't deal with any kind of audio data itself; it just runs programs, deals with saving/ loading data, and connects different kinds of virtual audio ports together.
Samba Commander is a text mode SMB network commander. In SMBC, you can browse the local network or you can use the search function to find the files. You can also download/upload files and directories or create them both locally and remotely. SMBC has a resume function, supports UTF-8 characters, and is multilingual.
Captive provides full read/write access to NTFS disk drives in the WINE way by using the original Microsoft Windows ntfs.sys driver. It emulates the required subsystems of the Microsoft Windows kernel by reusing one of the original ntoskrnl.exe, ReactOS parts, or this project's own reimplementations on a case by case basis. Involvement of the original driver files was chosen to achieve the best and unprecedented filesystem compatibility and safety.
Hogmem is a program for managing memory status in development or test environments. It will reserve a specific amount of system memory and prevent the VMM from swapping the reserved memory to disk. This can be beneficial in various test cases where resource limits are not a meaningful method for memory status management.
UoB-NOMAD is an implementation of the NOMAD protocol. It is based on the Sun Labs MobileIP, and complies with the draft-nomad-mobileip-filters-05.txt document. UoB-NOMAD allows mobile nodes to associate one or more filters with mobility bindings during registration. Flows that match a filter will be processed as defined by the filter. In this manner, it is possible for a mobile node to distribute flows or packets of a flow among its available points of attachment, or to request that such flows be dropped before reaching the mobile node.
Pin is an ATOM-like instrumentation tool for Linux executables. It allows arbitrary code (written in C or C++) to be injected at arbitrary places in an executable. Unlike Atom, Pin does not perform the instrumentation statically by rewriting the executable, but rather dynamically by adding instrumentation while the executable is running. Currently supported platforms include IA-32, Intel Xscale, and Itanium processors.
SerLooK is a KDE application for inspecting data going over serial lines. It can work as a binary terminal that sends and receives data through a defined port (Point to Point mode) and displays them on separate views. Each view can be configured to display data in hexadecimal, decimal, octal, binary, and raw ASCII. It is also possible to perform I/O through terminal emulation views and define a secondary port and monitor the traffic between two external hosts using a "Y" cable (Snooper mode).