At the current time, Glimmer has syntax highlighting support for the following languages: Ada, Bash/Sh, C/C++, DTML, HTML, Java, Latex, GNU Make, Object Caml, Perl, PHP, PO (Language Translation), Python, Lisp (guile, scheme, etc), SGML, SQL, Tcl/Tk, WML, XML, and Z80 Assembly
Sentry Firewall CD Sentry Firewall CD-ROM is a Linux-based bootable CDROM suitable for use as an inexpensive and easy to maintain firewall, server, or IDS(Intrusion Detection System) Node. The system is designed to be immediately configurable for a variety of different operating environments via a configuration file located on a floppy disk, a local hard drive, and/or a network via HTTP(S), FTP, SFTP, or SCP.
recover Recover is a utility which automates some steps as described in the Ext2fs-Undeletion howto in order to recover a lost file.
PaiPix Linux PaiPix Linux is a compilation of Free Software, based on KNOPPIX live linux, that is meant to be used in any environment but with special emphasis on science and technologies.
gtk-splitter gtk-splitter can split files into smaller pieces and combine them back together. It can also generate a DOS batch file so that the split files can be combined on DOS/Windows systems. gtk-splitter is good for working around file limitations with floppy disks, email attachments, etc.
LinNeighborhood It's a GUI frontend running over Samba and Smbmount using the Gimp Toolkit. It requires the GTK+ libraries installed on your system. To use internationalization you need GNU gettext on your machine.
Avahi Avahi is a framework for Multicast DNS Service Discovery on Linux. It allows programs to publish and discover services and hosts running on a local network with no specific configuration.
LineControl Server LineControl allows you to remotely control the Internet connection of a Linux masquerading server using multiple clients. It takes care with the number of clients using the connection and decides upon this number whether the connection should be up or down.
Serbert Serbert is a command line utility which performs a Bit Error Rate Test (BERT) on serial lines for Unix and it's variants. It does this by transmitting bytes, and waiting for their uncorrupted return.