RadiusReport can analyse the logfiles produced by all the major Radius Servers including Livingston Radius V2.0+, V1.16, Merit Radius, Ascend Radius, Dale Reed's RadiusNT, Radiator Perl Radius Server, but excluding Microsoft Radius. It will allow you to produce many, varied, types of reports from one or multiple radius log files.
Mohawk is the next-generation, evolutionary leap from TkApache. It is a full-blown front-end GUI for the Apache Web server for configuration, tuning, performance monitoring, and more. Completely re- written in C, using GTK+/GNOME rather than Perl/Tk, Mohawk aims to be faster and more robust than TkApache.
muser lists processes which have a given directory (or cwd if not specified) as a parent of their current working directory (thus making it impossible to unmount that directory if it is a mount point). This script has overlapping functionality with the fuser program from the psmisc package, but has the advantage that it works on SMB mounts. Additionally, it provides a color, formatted listing of process IDs, executable names, current working directories, and the command lines used to run the programs. It works with varying-sized /proc/*/cwd fields.
TridiaVNC is a fully supported, commercially enhanced release of AT&T's open source product, VNC. TridiaVNC provides cross-platform remote control functionality that allows a user to view and control a computing desktop from a wide variety of platforms-Windows, UNIX, or browser. TridiaVNC has a standardized installation, zlib compression, full documentation (User Guide, online help, FAQs, and knowledgebase), and both user and developer support.
The nt2linux kit provides tools to extract configurations from an NT server and migrate them to a Linux server. You can migrate user accounts and passwords, share definitions, access control lists, printer definitions, and network settings. You run one utility on the NT server (you must be administrator) and it produces a file which the Linuxconf nt2linux module imports into various Linux files.
mkpwd is a password generating program. It is designed to satisfy a scalable range of security demands. Its standard behavior is to generate one password consisting of any of all printable ASCII characters (32-128) with a length between 6 and 10. You can modify the way passwords are generated via command-line switches. You can specify a length range, the characters used, and even let mkpwd generate passwords that are somewhat readable and therefore easier to remember (and easier to crack as well).