wgrab is a Perl script for for retrieving Web documents from the command line. It allows you to use date-based and/or number-based patterns to specify the documents to download. Regular expressions can be used to restrict which references are to be followed when performing recursive retrieval.
Version 2.2 of the Linux kernel has a capability system, so processes can have eg. CAP_MODULE, which allows insertion and removal of modules, without having to possess full root privelege. As designed, this capability system is currently unusable due to a lack of capability support in the vfs layer. However, with the aid of a kernel patch (included), it can be perverted to allow administrators to give user programs certain capabilities via. sudo. This is what whichcap aims to allow you to do.
This is a set of fault tolerant search utilities. whichman allows you to search for man pages that match approximately the specified search key. ftff is a fault tolerant file find utility which is similar to the 'find' command but fault tolerant. ftwhich is a fault tolerant version for the 'which' command. The error tolerant approximate string match is based on the Levenshtein Distance between two strings.
Whowatch is an interactive utility that displays information about the users currently on the machine in real time. Besides standard information (login name, tty, host, user's process) you can see the connection type (ie. telnet or ssh). You can also watch the process tree, navigate it, and send INT and KILL signals.
wifiroamd is a background program which tries to just do the right thing to bring up your wireless network. Simple, yet customizable init.d-like scripts are used to determine which networks are preferred and to do things like set the ESSID or WEP keys. Other advanced functionality such as bonding of wired and wireless devices is also automated. wifiroamd is an engine for the handling of connecting to wireless networks. It is entirely command-line based, and meant to run in the background without interaction.
wiipdf is a tiny tool to present a PDF using xpdf and your Wiimote. You start it by providing it the bluetooth ID of your Wiimote (use hcitool scan to get it) and the path to the PDF you want to present. wiipdf then tries to connect to your Wiimote (press buttons 1 and 2 at the sime time on your Wiimote to enter discoverable mode). As soon as the connection is established (usually 3-4 seconds), wiipdf launches xpdf with the given filename. You can now press A or B on your Wiimote to go forward or backward one slide. Pressing the home button ends the presentation. Each keypress is confirmed by a short rumble.
winblast2unix fixes files/directories you import from a Windows partition or Windows-made disk. It translates all whitespaces and control characters in filenames and directories to the underscore character and executes a mass chmod on the files (755 for directories, .exe, .dll, and .com files, and 644 for everything else). It has user "restriction" for multi-user environments in which all users of a common programs folder may not be trusted. User can now chose the option of translating non-English characters into English equivalents, or strip them completely.
winfo is a small utility to display information about an access point and the wireless connection to the access point. Currently it is a console application and reports the MAC address of the access point, link quality, network name (BSSID), the network type (managed or ad-hoc), and displays a list of non-hidden networks within range.
wlan-config is designed to make connecting to wireless networks much easier. It allows easy management of network settings for different networks and can run preconnect and alwaysrun scripts when connecting, postconnect scripts for connection specific settings, and disconnect scripts when disconnecting.