netview lets you browse, mount, and unmount SMB shares using any browser, but especially Konqueror or any browser which is also a file manager. It provides actual mounting of shares so you can edit files on them. It addes mounted shares to /etc/fstab automatically so they will be remounted, and manages storage of passwords in a $HOME/.smbpasswd file for later auto-mounting of shares.
Remote Methode Call is a project to enable calls to methods in remote C++ classes. The transport is implemented as a library, and is free from dealing with the internal RMC stuff, so any C/C++ programmer is able to write a transport for his own purpose. RMC(2) currently has a sockets transport library as reference implementation. It is developed on Linux, and supports Linux on iX86 and PPC. RMC should also work on BeOS. Testers and developers are welcome to the project.
rc.firewall is configurable for dialup and static IP addresses. It is based on Linux-kernel 2.4.x, and it generates it's own configuration file. It supports specific port filtering for the internet- , intranet-, and a dmz-zone. For the DMZ-Zone, there is also a machine-specific port filtering, and redirection of specific ports of the internet-interface available. Note: Do not install this in productive environments, until you have checked the rules/tables with your own eyes.
serverizor allows you to take a normal command- based program, and run it as a tcp server in the background. This means that you can start up such programs once, and then connect to them with a command-line client, and run commands, disconnect, connect again from some other machine, etc. So, you can use it to boot up a large program such as emacs or lisp (in interpretor mode, not in editor/windowing mode) in the background, and then whenever you want to run emacs/lispy scripts, you could just run a serverizor client with a few commands. Therefore, the client and the server are the same program.