MultiSeti is a utility for the Seti@Home client which helps you manage multiple SETI packets. If you have dial-up access to the Net, want to download more than one packet, and don't want to run clients simultaneously, MultiSeti will run one after another (when one is finished analyzing, it starts seti to analyze the next packet).
nessus-xmlrpc is a Ruby library for the Nessus XML-RPC interface. You can use it to start, stop, pause, and resume scans. It lets you watch progress and status of scans, download reports, etc. It comes with an example command line program that shows how easy it is to interact with the Nessus scanner.
Re: don't be dumb
> The best way to speed up linux driver development
> is to not buy stuff that doesn't have a linux driver.
> Hit the companies where it hurts. Don't be stupid and make % sure something works before you buy it.
> You should have bought a diffrent camera. I'm sure
> there is one that works. I really do not feel sorry for you in
> any way. Most people who have problems with
> hardware under linux do not cause themselves
> problems. Usually it's hardware they have had before
> they started using linux, not after.
Heh, I usually don't buy hardware that is not
supported under Linux, but that camera I got for my birthday ( I DIDN'T bought it), so we have a problem, but we didn't solve it... :-)
Re: Why didn't you asked this on the linux-kernel mailinglist????
> If you had read some archives of
> linux-kernel you
> would know why this doesn't work:
> 1 A 'stable' api means that you will
> be stuck with
> old mistakes for a long time, there is
> a reason
> why kernel interfaces change, namely
> to make them
If you read the text detailed, it's just a temporary solution, and that solution leads to the opening of specs or releasing drivers with source code... IT'S NOT PERMANENT!