cdwrite is a console shell for reading, writing, and copying audio CDs as well as for creating and writing ISO images on CD media and data or ISO images on DVD media. It can also encode WAV files or audio CDs to FLAC, MP3, or Ogg files, optionally using CDDB data and setting audio tags. Users that prefer command line interfaces can use cdwr.*, cdencode, and settags scripts instead of cdwrite.
easyGG is an automatic gallery generator. It features automatic image rotation based on EXIF info, automatic scaling for Web usage, automatic generation of linked pages, and an index page with thumbnails. When executed in a directory with JPEG or PNG images, it creates a subdirectory with a ready-to-use gallery.
ANDREW's Not a DVD Ripping and Encoding Wizard, but a command-line interface that simplifies the use of some programs to create AVI, Matroska, MP4, or OGM files from DVDs. ANDREW runs in interactive or batch mode; works on-the-fly or ripping DVDs to the hard drive; handles progressive, telecine, and interlaced NTSC and PAL formats; selects multiple audio and subtitle tracks by preferences or in full manual mode; splits movies into several files or encodes them by target size or video bit rate; and more.
The RegLookup project is devoted to direct analysis of Windows NT-based registry files. RegLookup provides command line tools, a C API, and a Python module for accessing registry data structures. The project has a focus on providing tools for digital forensic examiners (though it is useful for many purposes), and includes algorithms for retrieving deleted data structures from registry hives.
Backupninja allows you to coordinate system backup by dropping a few simple configuration files into /etc/backup.d/. Most programs you might use for making backups don't have their own configuration file format. Backupninja provides a centralized way to configure and schedule many different backup utilities.
homeLANsecurity is a series of shell scripts for loading iptables firewall rules. The goal of these scripts is to provide an easy to manage framework for standard iptables rule sets. The scripts are well documented and are easily edited. It is primarily designed to operate on home or small office gateway Linux system, but the scripts can be easily adapted to protect an individual Linux server or workstation. homeLANsecurity's command set is written to support loading, clearing, saving, restoring, testing, and displaying of iptables rules. The configuration supports NAT, port forwarding of common services, TOS packet mangling, OpenVPN, Squid transparent proxy, IP address banning, adaptive banning, and connection tuning. Custom iptables rules are easily inserted without any editing of the scripts themselves.