conntrack-tools is a set of userspace tools for Linux that allow system administrators to interact with the Connection Tracking System, the module which provides stateful packet inspection for iptables. It includes the userspace daemon conntrackd and the commandline interface conntrack.
dwarves is a set of tools to inspect the DWARF debugging information inserted in ELF binaries by compilers such as GCC, and which are used by well-known debuggers such as GDB and more recent ones such as systemtap. With pahole, the struct packing and cacheline efficiency can be inspected.
iptables is built on top of netfilter, the packet alteration framework for Linux 2.4.x and 2.6.x. It is a major rewrite of its predecessor ipchains, and is used to control packet filtering, Network Address Translation (masquerading, portforwarding, transparent proxying), and special effects such as packet mangling.
This is a ripoff of mc-4.1.35 (just hexdump the file).
Uh, does this really require Java/gcj for building? If so, it should say so on the Freecode page.
The openSUSE .spec file for pkg-config 0.25 lists neither glib nor python as build requirements, and pkg-config bundles popt and glib-1.2.10, and does not mention python according to grep, so any c...
Wonder what "all the dependencies" are that the project description speaks of.
The screenshot shows icewm with icevista theme (the one from me), on an xterm using tosh.pcf font (from hxtools), running mcedit (with patches of mine implementing deskplus-style column slider bar)...