PSHAW is a pseudo command prompt for accessing a machine remotely using only a Web browser. It cannot run interactive programs. It can only run programs that run, spit out text (or not), and then quit. There is a handy drop-down box of previously run commands. The page never reloads thanks to AJAX.
Palm SV203 Serial Control Library was designed to send commands and receive analog-to-digital sensor input from a Pontech SV203 microcontroller board. It consists of one class and several support files. It has functions to control all servo functions (absolute move, incremental move, zero pulse, direct digital pin set/clear/toggle) and analog-to-digital sensor inputs. There is also a test program which utilizes most/all functionality of the library; it can be run standalone on the Palm to test an SV203 board.
PalmOrb is software that allows you to use your PalmOS device as an LCD status display for your computer. You can display system stats (such as CPU load graphs, CPU temperatures, free disk space), news alerts, stock indexes, WinAmp graphs, etc. It works by pretending to be (or emulating) a real LCD (a Matrix Orbital LK204-25). You can use existing software that expects a Matrix Orbital display.
PerlDAV is a Perl library for modifying content on Web servers using the WebDAV protocol. Now you can LOCK, DELETE, and PUT files, and much more, on a DAV-enabled Web server. The PerlDAV library consists of: HTTP::DAV, an object-oriented Web- DAV client API, dave, the DAV Explorer, an end- user UNIX console program for interacting with WebDAV servers (dave looks and feels like a standard UNIX ftp program).
Playlist Warlock is a text-based frontend for mpg123 written in Perl. It is intended to provide users with the playlist browsing and song selection of a GUI MP3 player from any terminal. It provides a combination of Winamp/XMMS, vi/less, and Unix prompt-style commands for creating, editing, sorting, and navigating MP3 playlists. Using mpg123 as a backend, PLWarlock allows the user to easily browse playlists and play MP3s. It supports contiguous and random play, simple jump-to-song syntax, sorting by filename/path+filename, and all the other commands you've come to expect from a good MP3 player.