Quedo is a Web-based file manager, which provides a password-protected area, that can be used for uploading and annotating files. Each user can manage their own separate folder, or share a common directory. The administrator can limit individual users' permissions. Users can upload, rename, and delete files and folders, manipulate ZIP archives, send files via email, and control permissions. It also supports a Web-based clipboard, a trash bin, and has four different views.
Accelerated-X Summit Series (v2) downloadable drivers is a line of hardware-specific 2D and 3D drivers available for desktops, laptops, and workstations running Linux or Solaris. This series is divided into different editions (broze, silver, gold, platinum) depending on the customer's needs (i.e. features, hardware, budget). This new product line includes a completely re-designed OpenGL pipeline, and cool new features such as Color Magic, true overlay support, and Stereo 3D on most cards.
Zoom Image is a magnification viewer for JPG and GIF images which zooms in and out with a 20:1 zoom factor. The left mouse button zooms in, and the right mouse button zooms out. Mouse pointing controls the direction of exploration within the image. It can be used to display quality high-resolution JPG and GIF images.
SecureNet PRO is a network monitoring and intrusion detection platform. It combines powerful scripting functionality with real-time session viewing and control capabilities. It goes beyond network-grep and signature-based intrusion detection offerings, offering a combination of true state-based decoding of application-layer protocol traffic and high-speed pattern matching. It offers full IP fragment reassembly functionality, TCP session reconstruction, and an advanced TCP/IP stack emulation facility.
SiteScape Forum Version 5.0 (formerly AltaVista Forum) is team collaboration software that provides an effective and easy way to communicate, share resources, and collaborate with groups of people within a company or across organizations. Users can host online discussions; share documents and files; participate in real-time chat; schedule meetings using shared calendars; maintain personal homepages that include lists of favorite links; and review select and filtered information from news sources and Internet newsgroups. SiteScape Forum is inherently flexible. It fits into any environment. It is totally web-based, requiring only an industry-standard browser to access, and runs on a broad range of platforms.
SNiFF+ is the premier Source Code Engineering tool, now available in two Linux-versions: SNiFF+ 3.1 LinuxLand Small Business Edition and SNiFF+ 3.1 LinuxLand Java/Web Edition, two commercial IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) for Linux. The Java/Web Edition is totally unlimited for Java development on Linux and costs 99 DM (DeutschMark). The Small Business Edition supports C/C++, Java, CORBA IDL, and FORTRAN, but is limited to 200 files per project, and costs 199 DM. Orders and information in German are available at http://www.linuxland.de. Orders and information in English are available through email@example.com or telephone +49 89 9934140.
Virtualmail is a module for Webmin and Sendmail which provides your hosted virtual domains with an interface to add/modify/remove POP accounts and forwards. Each hosted domain must be assigned to a unique group. If you have somebody with more than one virtual domain, then you configure him for each under one login, giving him control of each of them from one session. Common email addresses (webmaster, sales, support, info, etc.) are also available for every domain without your user needing to deal with error messages and multiple attempts. If 'xyz.com' tries to set up webmaster as a new POP account, and 'abc.com' already used it, what will be assigned instead is 'webmaster.xyz' which is the desired account name, with the domain's group as a unique identifier. This means that every hosted domain gets their desired email address.