TabLaunch is a simple and lightweight but cool-looking X application launch bar based on YeahLaunch. It displays a user-specified list of applications as tabs along the top of the screen. The user can specify an x coordinate offset to position the launch bar or right-align it. The launch bar becomes hidden after a specified delay. Each tab can be displayed as text or an icon. Tabs are "enlarged" or zoomed-in when the mouse is over a tab. Imlib or Imlib2 can be used to show and enlarge icons.
PM Report is a PHP/MySQL report generator. It creates customizable reports and is very simple to setup and use. You can select which database, table, and individual fields to use on your report. You can also select the order in which the fields should appear on the report, the field you would like to group by, the field you would like to sort by, and whether or not you would like a total for each column. Once the report has been generated, you can highlight individual rows and export the results to CSV.
The Beowulf Distributed Process Space (BProc) is set of kernel modifications, utilities, and libraries which allow a user to start processes on other machines in a Beowulf-style cluster. Remote processes started with this mechanism appear in the process table of the front end machine in a cluster. This allows remote process management using the normal UNIX process control facilities. Signals are transparently forwarded to remote processes and exit status is received using the usual wait () mechanisms.
The FoCs (short for Formal CheckerS, pronounced "fox") property checkers generator is a productivity tool for automatic generation of simulation monitors from formal specifications. It aids chip designers and verification engineers in the complex, costly task of verifying chip designs before submitting them to manufacturing.
Qmail Remove is a utility to help Qmail administrators clean their queues of unwanted or undeliverable mail by defining a search string in the email messages they wish to remove. Options include only reading the first nn bytes, temporarily moving the mail to a "yanked" directory, a reporting-only mode, and more.