RSS 15 projects tagged "shell"

Download Website Updated 10 Apr 2014 Check_MK

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Pop 762.80
Vit 120.68

Check_MK is a complex addon for Nagios/Icinga and consists of three subprojects. The check and inventory system Check_MK is a general purpose Nagios plugin for retrieving data. It adopts a new approach for collecting data and obsoletes NRPE, check_by_ssh, NSClient, and check_snmp. It features a significant reduction of CPU use on the Nagios host and automatic inventory of items to be checked, and is especially useful with larger Nagios installations. "MK Livestatus" gives immediate and fast access to live and historic Nagios status data. It's a supported backend for many addons including NagVis, NagiosBP, and Thruk. "Check_MK Multisite" is a feature complete replacement for the Nagios GUI, and uses MK Livestatus as a backend. It is very fast, and supports efficient distributed monitoring.

No download No website Updated 19 Mar 2014 jsonwatch

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Pop 87.52
Vit 1.02

jsonwatch allows you to track changes in JSON data given by shell commands or Web (HTTP) APIs, and see the differences in a convenient diff-like format. It is similar to watch -d, but for JSON.

Download Website Updated 17 Mar 2014 EC2Box

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Pop 370.54
Vit 11.67

EC2Box is a Web-based tool that allows EC2 users to open multiple shells, execute shared commands, upload files, and store connection info for EC2 instances running on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

No download Website Updated 14 Oct 2013 getxbook

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Pop 111.45
Vit 5.76

getxbook is a collection of tools to download books from websites. There are tools to download from Google Books' "book preview", Amazon's "look inside the book", and Barnes and Noble's "book viewer". There is an optional GUI written in Tcl/Tk, and some shell scripts using OCR to create plain text or searchable PDFs and DjVu files from the downloaded books.

Download Website Updated 14 Apr 2013 plumb

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Pop 48.90
Vit 1.78

plumb is a shell with focus on pipes: instead of pipelines, it can build large graphs of processes (nodes) and pipes (edges). Pipes are simple unidirectional streams without side effects. Traffic can be controlled by virtual processes (which are nodes just like real processes, but are implemented in plumb for minimal overhead). Virtual processes can split, merge, regex filter/alter, and shape the streams. Timers and starting/stopping processes or even rewiring the script on the fly are also supported. It is portable (using libporty) and behaves exactly the same way on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, many BSD variants, and older UNIX systems.

No download Website Updated 19 Dec 2012 csvDB

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Pop 75.42
Vit 2.19

csvDB is an SQL engine for CSV (comma separated values) files, allowing files to be searched as if they were database tables. It includes both a library and a client, allowing it to be used programatically and from the command line.

No download No website Updated 08 May 2012 ConsoleTube

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Pop 19.36
Vit 26.64

ConsoleTube is a YouTube client for console lovers/flash haters. It takes a search term and uses lynx, sed, and grep hackery to automatically play the search results through VLC. Custom playlists are supported.

Download Website Updated 16 Dec 2011 PirateWall

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Pop 40.84
Vit 1.00

PirateWall is a simple Twitter Client. It displays search results for a certain keyword or hashtag in realtime in a shell-based environment. It can also be configured to act as a data provider for many different visualization tools. For example, it is possible to use the client as a text generator for many XScreensaver applications like "apple2" or "starwars". When used in a Unix shell environment, colorized output can be generated.

Download Website Updated 17 Mar 2011 Zemucan

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Pop 36.93
Vit 1.87

Zemucan assists DB2 users while writing commands, proposing options and parameters, or completing words.

Download Website Updated 04 Mar 2011 File Commander

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Pop 27.50
Vit 1.17

File Commander is a text mode file manager and shell in the style of Norton Commander. It allows you to locate, copy, move, delete, view, edit, and execute your files. Its main display provides dual directory view panels which may be used to view a file list, a directory tree, or volume statistics. A command line is also provided and operates in conjuction with the directory panels to make it much more powerful than a regular CLI. Other features include built in support for archives, Unicode file name support, a built in viewer and editor with syntax highlighting, and Unicode text file support.

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