Dmx4linux is a driver package for accessing DMX interfaces with Linux. DMX is a protocol for controlling devices supporting DMX512 like dimmers, moving lights, or scanners. Many commercial and free interfaces are supported. The package includes some simple console and X applications to test the drivers and your hardware immediately.
Open Cubic Player is a music player which can play a wide variety of music formats. Currently it can play so called modules (MOD, XM, S3M, IT), MIDI, MP1-3, SID tunes, and CD audio. It supports many soundcards (SB, GUS, EWS, WSS, PAS, and many more). It features many different display modes for "looking" (text and graphics) at the music.
CLIPS is a productive development and delivery expert system tool which provides a complete environment for the construction of rule- and/or object-based expert systems. It is used by numerous users throughout the public and private community, including all NASA sites and branches of the military, numerous federal bureaus, government contractors, universities, and many companies.
The CatWeasel MK3/4 Linux Driver accesses the SID and joystick features of the CatWeasel MK3 PCI by Individual Computers. Joysticks, paddles, or mice connected to the CatWeasel are accessible within Linux and you can use an Amiga keyboard as a second keyboard for input. If you have attached a SID chip, you can use it with various applications like VICE and SIDplayer. If you want to use the floppy features, use Michael Krause's Floppy CatWeasel Driver.
Quilt is a set of scripts to manage a series of patches by keeping track of the changes each patch makes. Patches can be applied, un-applied, refreshed, etc. The key philosophical concept is that your primary output is patches, not ".c" files or ".h" files, so patches are the first-class object here. It was originally based on Andrew Morton's patch scripts published on the Linux kernel mailing list a while ago, but has been heavily modified since then.