Krusader is an advanced twin-panel (commander-style) file-manager for KDE 3.x, but with many extras. It provides all the file-management features you could possibly want. It also features extensive archive handling, mounted filesystem support, FTP, an advanced search module, a text viewer/editor, directory synchronization, support for file content comparisons, powerful batch renaming, and much more. It supports the following archive formats: tar, zip, bzip2, gzip, rar, ace, arj, and rpm. It can also handle other KIOSlaves such as smb:// or fish://.
Kupgrade.sh is a simple script which automates upgrading of a Linux kernel. The script saves the current and previous kernel build configuration files. Kupgrade.sh greatly eases maintainance of custom-built kernels for several non-homogeneous machines by maintaining .config files and building custom kernel RPM files. Kupgrade.sh also supports plugins for tasks such as compiling non-standard drivers and booting using the kernel's initrd interface.
The LANdb Network Management Database provides network managers with an N-birds-with-one-stone solution for cataloging all network hardware, hosts, and connections in a MySQL (or Oracle) database. The application provides an easy-to-use, Web-based frontend with multiple levels of access to data in a multi-user setting. The database is searchable by a number of different parameters (switch, closet, building, port, jack, and custom query).
lando is a command execution system for UNIX. It allows you to run commands as a particular user from somewhere else on your network and see the output on your local machine. It supports authentication via standard /etc/passwd, shadow passwords or PAM. Access control is provided by TCP Wrappers. At present, the only client available is for Win32.
Ldapconf is a linuxconf module providing dialogs and tools to be used for LDAP directory management, configuration, operation, etc. on GNU/Linux systems. It depends on OpenLDAP binaries to do the actual LDAP operations, and includes support for keeping multiple form/config/access profiles, for easy access to directories of various types. The forms and profiles may also be used for managment of remote directories on other servers.
Lhinv 1.1 is a version of IRIX hinv for linux systems, providing a standardized inventory of configured hardware through the proc filesystem. This version supports most of the IRIX flags, plus includes options for mailing the output via SMTP and a CGI wrapper. Lhinv can be used as a test for the existance of specific hardware subsystems and is useful for supporting large numbers of workstations.