This is the "progress" utility from NetBSD, ported to Linux and Solaris. The progress utility allows the file I/O of progresses to be monitored. It includes support for gzip-compressed files, so "progress -z -f file.tar.gz tar xf -" would show the progress of extracting file.tar.gz.
Perform a variety of functions on PDF files. These include (but are not limited to) adding page numbers, stamps, merging, overlay, extracting pages, extract/fill-in field data, extracting/replacing/resizing images, highlighting text, extracting/editing bookmarks, SMTP emailing the output, adding/extracting attachments, resizing pages, and encryption/password protection. This is a compiled command line program that runs stand alone.
OOo Label Templates is a collection of blank label templates for Openoffice.org Writer. It includes CD, DVD, mailing, address, disk, and many other types in a5 and US letter size. Templates will work with Openoffice.org installed on Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, Mac OS X, and Windows. Import graphics and insert text boxes to create labels. Templates can be saved as user templates for mail merge. Set up is fast, and printing labels from these templates is easy. The project entails refining the templates to make them more user friendly, developing a package of templates for Draw, and mail merge solutions for Base involving MYSQL and Crystal Reports applications.
Service Integration Bus Explorer is a stand-alone GUI tool that allows exploration and management of the messaging resources in a Service Integration Bus. The tool is written in 100% Java and talks directly to an application server (or a deployment manager) through the administration client and MBean interfaces that are already included in WebSphere Application Server.
Kerberized Apps consists of TELNET, FTP, and RSH/RCP clients and servers packaged for VAS- enabled platforms. These tools give users the benefits of single sign-on for the more traditional remote access tools. It is derived from the apps component of Heimdal Kerberos and was formerly known as VAS Apps.
Radzilla is an advanced lighting simulation system. It is based on Radiance, but features additional extensions and a GUI. It is targeted mainly to Radiance users who are a bit more courageous about new features and optimizations and to those who would like to enjoy the power of Radiance but have been afraid of its pure command-line interface so far. Radzilla tries to stay as compatible as possible with "classic" Radiance. Even many tools and files from the classic distribution are used.
Brabosphere is a program for the 3D visualization of molecular systems and their properties. Its name is derived from the quantum mechanical program package BRABO, for which it acts as a graphical frontend. It can also be used for the analysis and visualization of the data resulting from this type of calculation, so results from some other quantum mechanical applications will also be accepted.
LibJAD is collection of miscellaneous routines for a variety of purposes. This library includes functions of reading ini style files, multi-threaded programming, finding the number of processors available on the system, computing combinations and permutations, base64 and URL encoding, and working with ASN1 and PGM files.