dirgroup is a Perl script for merging the contents of a directory, /etc/group.d, into the file /etc/group. Storing group information in a directory allows users other than root to own and manage Unix groups. This minor change to Unix permission semantics provides many of the advantages of much more complex ACL systems.
Libmmoss enables the Linux version of Netscape Navigator/Communicator to play sounds from Java applets. It is a replacement for Netscape's implementation of (the Java class) sun.audio.AudioDevice (including some JRI native C code). It should work with either the OSS or ALSA sound drivers. The latest version will also work with EsounD.
GtkSC is a GTK/Perl based application for viewing the list of streams available via SHOUTcast without waiting a long time for Netscape to draw the HTML tables. It will launch your favorite MP3 player and play the selected stream (provided you have an MP3 player capable of playing HTTP streams)
Gspot is a control panel for cDc's Back Orifice. As of 2.0, Gspot requires GTK+ 1.2. Gspot was written using cDc's original Unix client sources, only the front end has really changed. Right now Gspot has all of the capabilities of cDc's client for MS Windows, but also allows cut-and-paste, better layout, session saving and command scripting.
IRC II support scripts for ircu networks, are scripts that add a basic functionality to your ircII client in order to support the extentions of the ircu IRC server daemon. Networks that use these extentions are AfterNET, FunNet, GamesNET, hitnetchat, Loxxin, Scoutlink, The_ChatNet_Project, Undernet, and others.