dmcat is a Digital Music CATalog program. Written in Perl, it recurses a physical directory, searching for digital music files, and builds a virtual catalog (out of symbolic links) in a sister directory. It currently only supports the MP3 format using ID3 tags. The following hierarchies are supported: Album, Artist, Artist_Album, Genre, Miscellaneous (catch-all), Title, and Year.
Drawtool is an application that reads in simple vector geometry from stdin and displays it in a gtk window. Similarly, it will write data onto stdout as generated by click-drag mouse movements. It can be used to prototype graphical ideas quickly, provide a networked whiteboard or draw pretty patterns with minimal effort.
dsproxy emulates an OSS device that "virtualizes" itself so each UID that opens /dev/dsp gets its own private sound device. At this point, simultaneous reading of /dev/dsp by another process "samples" the data out of dsproxy. The tagged audio data and ioctls stream may be saved to disk locally as the example program does, retargeted over a network, pushed into an effects generator (3-D sound), etc. The virtualization feature is a stepping stone to adding sound to VNC on a per-desktop basis with each user appearing to have total control over /dev/dsp. Most OSS ioctls are implemented, so applications such as xmame and rvplayer7 may be retargeted through dsproxy.
duke is a curses based frontend integrated into the latest version of mpg123. It was written because of the need of a textbased player for playing from a remote computer with telnet or even a text-terminal. It allows you to navigate through directories, add files or whole directories to the playlist, sort, search, randomize select and delete from it. It also parses ID3-tags, shows songlengths and has limited mouse-support.
Dvbnrc is a TCP Daemon written in Perl that allows you to remotely control a Nokia Mediamaster running DVB2000 through a serial nullmodem cable. It allows you to telnet to the box, get the list of available TV/radio channels, change tha channel, show the current one, or change the text of the LCDisplay.
dvgrab receives audio and video data from a digital camcorder via an IEEE 1394 (widely known as FireWire) link and stores them into an AVI file. It features autosplit of long video sequences into several files, and supports saving the data as raw frames, AVI type 1, AVI type 2, and image files.