Usermin is a Web interface that can be used by any user on a UNIX system to easily perform tasks like reading mail, setting up SSH, or configuring mail forwarding. It can be thought of as a simplified version of Webmin designed for use by normal users rather than system administrators.
Ora2Pg is a Perl module to export an Oracle database schema to a PostgreSQL compatible schema. It connects your Oracle database, extracts its structure, and generates an SQL script that you can load into your PostgreSQL database. It dumps the database schema (tables, views, sequences, indexes, grants) with primary, unique, and foreign keys into PostgreSQL syntax without editing the SQL code generated. It also dump Oracle data into PostgreSQL DB as online process or into a file. You can choose what columns can be exported for each table.
The Primo Dynamic Web Content Manager allows users to create and manage a Web site without requiring a database or root privileges. The only requirement is a Web server that can run Perl CGI. The output of the software is simple HTML. Perl is used to create, modify, and enable polls and forums. Cascading Style Sheets and XML are heavily used.
DataBreeze offers developers a fast, low-cost way to build Web applications on Linux using Perl, ModPerl, Apache and MySQL. DataBreeze employs a pre-built application framework that requires no programming, utilizing a template environment for building applications that explore and edit relational data. The system includes integrated menus, forms, tree-views, security, session/state management and more. DataBreeze can also be extended through the use of Event programs using Perl.
@1 Table Publisher allows you to create, edit, and display Microsoft Excel or Access tables directly via a Web browser. It allows you to create tables from scratch, import MS-Excel/Access tables, or use existing data files on servers. It has support for master login and sub-user login. It also allows two-way import/export to/from MS-Excel/Access data files.
The Router Audit Tool (rat) downloads configurations of router devices running IOS to be audited, and then checks them against the settings defined in the benchmark. For each configuration examined, it produces a report listing the following: a list of each rule checked with a pass/fail score, a raw overall score, a weighted overall score (1-10), and a list of IOS commands that will correct problems identified.