Portage56k is a program that makes it easier to install Gentoo portage packages on a system with (slow) dial-up Internet access, as long as you have access to another system that does have broadband Internet access. Portage56k is used on the system to which the software will be installed, and it produces a list of URLs that must be downloaded to install the software. These URLs can then be downloaded on the system with fast Internet, and copied to the target system via removable media (such as CDROMs).
SouRCe PacKaGer (srcpkg) is a program for managing separate software packages under the same directory hierarchy. It is especially useful for packages distributed as source. It is similar to GNU Stow, Depot, etc., but works by creating packages from new files found in the directory tree, allowing it to manage large, complex, interdependent packages such as those of KDE and GNOME.
IPFS (IPSquad Package From Source) is a system which allows you to trace an program's installation from sources and register it in your favorite packaging system (only the Slackware package system and RPM are currently supported). IPFS watches a command (generally make install), collects the list of added files, and then registers them in the chosen packaging system as if the install was made from a normal package. Unlike other similar products, IPFS is able to track both shared and statically linked programs.
A tool for chatting and exchanging anonymous email and files securely.
A no-cost version of the Arkeia Virtual Appliance for use in VMWare environments.