Wsh is a remote Unix and Windows NT shell that works via HTTP. The client script provides a shell-like prompt, encapsulating user commands into HTTP POST requests and sending them to the server script. The server script extracts and executes commands and returns STDOUT and STDERR output. Features include command line history support, file upload/download, and it can work through an HTTP proxy server.
imp3sh (interactive MP3 shell) is a flexible playlist manipulation shell and song player/streamer. It natively supports MP3 and Ogg Vorbis files/URLs with the Xaudio Asynchronous library for Linux, but can use external players to play any format. It has over 90 builtin commands, and many commonly-used shell features (such as job control, command history, tab completion, aliasing, and more).
sash-plus-patches is a collection of patches for the well known standalone shell, sash. The key features are the chroot, pivot_root, and losetup functions. These functions provide interfaces to the respective Linux system calls. They are especially useful when sash is used in a initial ramdisk ("initrd") environment. In addition, simple shell variable expansion support has been added.
Wapsh allows users to login to a Unix workstation using a WAP-capable mobile phone. Features include shortcuts (to save phone typing), input of control and other special characters, command history, and searching and scrolling through long shell output. Wapsh automatically adapts to the main WAP browsers (UP and Nokia), and uses configuration files to further tailor the system for specific phones. A corresponding HTML (Web) interface is also included.
This shell script will extract all headers and bodies of a MIME email message recursively into a directory tree. It will also do the reverse operation, walking through a directory tree and regenerating a MIME email message. This script allows you to edit, delete, and add email message components as if they were files.
cfgsh is a configuration shell utility that is intended to be used for configuring embedded systems. It is meant to replace the normal combination of utilities including ifconfig, route, startup scripts, and configuration files with a single program that implements the same functionality in a manner more consistent with the embedded system world.
parexec executes multiple commands in parallel and displays their output clearly in one shell using ncurses, and makes it possible to terminate them all with one keystroke. The commands are read from stdin, and lines containing a single "-" instruct the program to wait until all previous commands have finished before executing further commands.