uxdstools is a set of Unix directory service tools. It is a suite of command tools to administer POSIX user and group accounts in an LDAP directory. It is similar in spirit to the useradd/mod/del tools found on Linux and Solaris, the pw tools on BSD, the mk|ch|rmuser/group tools on AIX, etc. However, instead of manipulating local accounts, uxdstools manages POSIX-type accounts that can be found in LDAP directory services installations, namely those with posixAccount and posixGroup attributes.
Versatile-ISDN (vISDN for short) is yet another ISDN implementation for Linux. It aims at being an open, modular, flexible, and versatile architecture to connect Linux to the ISDN. vISDN is comprised of a channel crossconnector, a lapd/q.931 implementation, an Asterisk channel driver, PPP networking, traffic analysis through Ethereal, and much more. vISDN is in the process of obtaining a certification of compliance from an independent lab. vISDN currently supports Cologne Chip's HFC-based cards for either BRIs and PRIs in user-role or network-role.
vt52vnc is a VNC viewer which can be used on prehistoric green monochromatic terminals called vdt52s, which are capable of vector graphics. It is functional and nicely displays X on the terminal, but without the routines for dithering, compression, and password support. Its architecture provides a framework to add those features if needed.
VMime is a complete Internet mail library for C++. It includes a MIME parser/builder module and a messaging module. The MIME module is a powerful class library for parsing, generating, or editing Internet MIME and non-MIME messages. It is designed to provide a fast and an easy way to manipulate Internet mail messages. It is fully object-oriented, cross-platform, and standards-compliant (with maximum conformance to RFCs 822, 2045, 2046, and 2047). The messaging module allows you to connect to mail services (such as POP3, IMAP, SMTP, and maildir) in a transparent manner, with a lot of features supported.
vnStat is a console-based network traffic monitor that keeps a log of hourly, daily, and monthly network traffic for the selected interface(s). It uses the network interface statistics provided by the kernel as information source. This means that vnStat won't actually be sniffing any traffic, and also ensures light use of system resources.
vpn-shaper is a dynamic traffic shaper for openvpn, poptop, and similar programs, using iproute2. It allows shaping of traffic between many users conected to one server, and it supports different prioritiy schemes for different users and different types of traffic. Trafic shaping uses the HTB qdisc. Prioritization uses l7-filter and ipp2p and some of the patch-o-matic extensions. Classification of trafic in HTB classes is done by using the IPMARC patch-o-matic extension. vpn-shaper requires the IPMARK patch-o-matic extension, connmark iptables match, and HTB qdisc.