UMLMON is a complete run time environment for User Mode Linux. There is a separate monitor daemon for every VM. It creates the run time environment and starts the VM by executing the UML kernel. The daemon also determines the arguments that are passed to the UML kernel, and includes special support to set up arguments for memory size, virtual disks, virtual network interfaces, and console channels in a convenient way. UMLMON also includes routines to do certain administration tasks like the creation of disks.
Free Tennis is a tennis simulation developed by a former tennis player. Its main feature is realism. For gameplay, "realism" means you have total control over the shot parabola. For graphics, it means players have realistic gestures. For AI, it means real tactics. A two-player mode via LAN is available.
palmfs is a PalmOS filesystem access software for Linux, based on FUSE. It consists of two parts, a client and a server. The client is a FUSE-based application running on the Linux system. The server part is a PalmOS application that actually executes commands sent by the client. It is intented to support various communication ports and to access the PalmOS internal filesystem as well as expansion cards.
MyCGR implements the research of the thesis of Peggy Cénac regarding the use of CGR (Chaos Game Representation) to build a new family of tests for the structure of sequences. It can empirically check the level and power of the tests and apply them on DNA sequences. It can generalize the dinucleotide abundance profile to a CGR-based relative abundance profile and use this profile on DNA sequences to build taxonomy trees and to define CGR-trees.
Kom stands for "Keep old mails". It imports email messages into a MySQL database, and provides a frontend in GTK 2 to search and browse the archived messages. Some options can be used to incrementally import email (per month, for example). It can also export messages stored in the database, in mbox format or one-message-per-file format, and generate some statistics.
SRESI is a smart bookmark manager. It currently sports both a command-line and a PHP interface. It works with both the standard hierarchical trees and the new and fashionable tagged bookmarks. It was developed as a way to interface both representation systems. SRESI can use Del.icio.us, Mozilla, Opera, and XBEL bookmarks, and handles a few more exports besides. Directories and tags are used equivalently, and the final hierarchies are inferred from actual tag use.
Liquidsoap is a powerful tool for building complex audio streaming systems, typically targetting Internet radio stations. It consists of a simple script language, which has a first-class notion of source (basically a stream) and provides elementary source constructors and source compositions from which you can build the streamer you want. There is no constraint on the streams, in contrast to many other tools which can only stream one file after another. Moreover, it is not restricted to a single stream. Finally, it interfaces well with external tools.