naim is a console client for AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), AOL I Seek You
(ICQ), Internet Relay Chat (IRC), and The lily CMC.
It includes unique features like zero-configuration peer to peer encryption,
automatic message queueing, and incoming message modification (to correct
common spelling mistakes and expand common abbreviations; see /help filter).
It also includes powerful dynamic module support, allowing developers to
modify all major aspects of naim's behavior.
When combined with GNU Screen, naim is great to use as a chat client as
well as an answering machine. Individual users can detach, log out, pack
up and go home, then log back in from anywhere on the Internet to resume
their naim session.
An interactive console text-based command-line Twitter client written in Perl
Console based boinc-client monitor and controller.
- Colorful console application using ncurses
- Single screen listing of results, transfers and recent messages
- Updated real time
- Control the client with single keypress
- Using same communication protocol as boinc_gui
- Works with all boinc projects
nload is a console application which monitors network traffic and bandwidth
usage in real time. It visualizes the in- and outgoing traffic using two graphs
and provides additionally info like total amount of transfered data and min/max
dialog4ports -- a dialog for FreeBSD ports. This is a static version that
can be used in chroots, for example in Tinderbox.
PWman is a console application for managing passwords. It uses
GPG (gpgme) for encryption and authentication.
Welcome to Rundeck, the human interface to your operations. Rundeck
features fine-grain access controls, a built-in job scheduler, and the
ability to define workflows that dispatch commands and scripts to your
whatpix is a GPL Perl console application which finds and optionally moves or
deletes duplicate files.
whatpix was originally written by firstname.lastname@example.org. The original web site for
whatpix is http://www.bogus.net/~codex/ You can find versions prior to 1.0
whatpix is currently being developed and maintained by 3Jane Tessier-Ashpool
and Gerard Lanois.
MOC (music on console) is a console audio player designed to be powerful and
easy to use.
MOC plays smoothly, regardless of system or I/O load, because it handles the
output buffer in a separate thread. It does not cause gaps between files,
because the next file to be played is pre-cached while playing the current
Supported file formats are: MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Musepack (mpc), Speex, WAVE,
AIFF, AU, SVX, Sphere Nist WAV, IRCAM SF, Creative VOC, AAC, MP4, Real, WMA.
Curses::Forms is designed to provide high level APIs for rapid user interface
design on the console in Perl. Based on Curses::Widgets, Curses::Forms provide
a flexible OO framework to manage a collection of widgets on forms and dialogs.
While intended to be used in the Curses::Application framework, it can also be
used alone with Curses::Widgets for quick and dirty interfaces.