Tetrinet is a multiplayer, networked tetris game for up to 6 players.
This is a Tetrinet client for the console.
You must be using at least a 50-line text display to run this version of
Tetrinet. This is made by either typing 'vidcontrol 80x50' before
you start tetrinet, or by adding 'allscreens_flags="80x50"' to /etc/rc.conf.
Pdmenu is a menuing system for Unix. It is designed to be easy to
use, and is suitable for a login shell for inexperienced users, or
it can just be ran at the command line as a handy menu.
CJC is a Jabber/XMPP client for text terminals. It uses pyxmpp
library for XMPP comunication and curses for screen output. It
is not finished yet, but still quite usable. Its user interface
is resembling those of popular IRC clients like irssi or BitchX.
Profanity is a console based XMPP client written in C using ncurses and
libstrophe, inspired by Irssi
Mcabber is a small Jabber console client.
Here are some of the features of mcabber:
o SSL support.
o History logging: If enabled (see the CONFIGURATION FILE section),
mcabber can save discussions to history log files.
o Commands completion: If possible, mcabber will try to complete your
command line if you hit the Tab key.
o External actions: Some events (like receiving a message) can trig-
ger an external action, for example a shell script (you need to
enable it in your configuration file).
Poezio is a free console XMPP client
Pork is a UNIX console-based AIM client mostly fashioned after the
look-and-feel of ircII.
Toxic, sometimes referred to as Tox/Toxic or the purged Core/Toxic, is the
reference CLI front-end written for the Tox core.
It uses the ncurses library.
Nagcon is a console application interfacing to Nagios 2.0 and 3.0
which gives you an overview of all services with troubled services.
Pandora FMS Console is a web application to manage Pandora FMS.
Console allows to see graphical reports, state of every agent,
also to access to the information sent by the agent, to see every
monitored parameter and to see its evolution throughout the time, to
form the different nodes, groups and users of the system. It is the
part that interacts with the final user, and that will allows you to
administer the system.