This is a simple bash script that will save the results of a "find" file search as a directory. It supports all the same search criteria as the find command. Previous searches can be updated without needing to remember the criteria used. Symlinks are used for results, so minimal disk space is used.
Sniff formats hex packets from the tcpdump program and converts them to ASCII to make them easier to read and understand. Its features include colored console output, CSV file saving, and fully customizable output. The program directly accepts all tcpdump options, including parsing from packet files.
ThreeDFM is a 3D file manager that uses OpenGL. Currently, only file system browsing is implemented. The main reason for this project is that using a 2D file manager is slow. More information about files can be conveyed in 3 dimensions. Not only will you be able to see the file's properties, but you will quickly be able to see a particular file's relationship to the others in the surrounding directories. A simple example of this is the file's size, as this can be shown by the size or colour of its representation. It will also be possible to view the contents of multiple directories simultaneously as they stretch off into the distance.
WebMySQL is a Web interface to a MySQL database server. It supports the following SQL queries: SELECT, DESCRIBE, JOIN, SHOW, DROP, CREATE, and USE, and advanced query options such as LIMIT, DISTINCT, and GROUP. Empty databases and tables and mysqldump file imports and exports are supported. It has a fully customisable look and feel, and outputs either HTML results or a downloadable CSV file.
Re: Ouch The latest version (1.6) does not have the perl DBD location dependancy like the earlier versions
Re: Ouch This software is freeware, so the source is not available (yet). Currently this program looks for the directory you mentioned below, but this can just be a sym-link to your actual install...