MESS is an acronym that stands for Multi Emulator Super System. MESS will
more or less faithfully reproduce computer and console systems on a PC.
MESS can currently emulate over 250 systems from the last 5 decades.
MESS emulates the hardware of the systems and sometimes utilizes ROM
images to load programs and games. Therefore, these systems are NOT
simulations, but the actual emulations of the hardware.
Virtual Game Boy is the Nintendo GameBoy(tm) emulator on X-Window.
Test your VGB installation with the command(default):
Virtual GameBoy (VGB) is a portable emulator of the Nintendo GameBoy
handheld videogame console. It allows to run most of GameBoy software
on a personal computer, as well as debug this software. As VGB is
written in a portable C programming language, it runs on many
different platforms and operating systems
Battleships solitaire game with a color point-and-shoot interface
in the style of blue and galaxis games (for console).
This program allows you to play the familiar Battleships game against
the computer on a 10x10 board. The interface is visual and largely
self-explanatory; you place your ships and pick your shots by moving
the cursor around the `sea' with the rogue/hack motion keys hjklyubn.
Cake is powerful 3D game engine and (as a reference application) map viewer
for id Software's Quake III Arena maps. It currently features:
* BSP (+PVS) support
* Collision detection (with normal faces + patches)
* Shaders and textures
* Lightmaps and models
* Vertex deformations
* Cloudbox and skybox (nearbox/farbox)
* Volumetric fog
* Bezier surfaces (with variable LOD)
* Multiple viewports
* Record/playback demo support (DM3 format not supported)
* Background music + 3D sounds (not under FreeBSD though)
* Entities (with variable LOD)
* ZIP compressed files (*.pk3)
Enhanced, OpenGL-only Quake II engine. It brings plethora of improvements
over the original, including, but not limited to:
- Optimized rendering backend, support for new textures and shaders
- Framerate decoupling: your video framerate can be infinite while your
network framerate is 30
- R1Q2 protocol version 35 supported on the client-side
- Improved console (highly customizable, better tab autocompletion)
- Various improvements in crosshairs, HUD, particles and decals
- Optimized virtual file system, new supported file formats, etc.
GNU Ocrad is an OCR (Optical Character Recognition) program implemented
as a filter and based on a feature extraction method. It reads a bitmap
image in pbm format and outputs text in ISO-8859-1 (Latin-1) charset.
Also includes a layout analyser able to separate the columns or blocks
of text normally found on printed pages.
It can be used as a stand-alone console application, or as a backend to
smtpmail is a little console-based tool for users who have no
local mailserver on her machine. it enables these users to send
their mail over a remote smtp server.
* Use of an remote smtp server
* Use of a user-defined sender address
* SMPT auth (type login)
* You can define unlimited recivers for the mail, the
* carbon copy and the blind carbon copy
* You can add an unlimited number of attachments to the
GNU Dico is a flexible modular implementation of DICT server (RFC 2229).
It handles database accesses using loadable modules, and does not depend
on particular database format. The package includes several loadable
modules for interfacing with various database formats, among them a
module for dict.org databases. New modules can be written in C, Guile or
Python. The package also includes a console client program for querying
remote dictionary servers.
BSDsfv is a flexible and highly compatible SFV checksum utility.
- create SFV files, verify downloaded single files or whole releases
- add banners to your SFV files
- very flexible and compatible with all other SFV tools currently known,
including SFVNIX compatibility mode concerning SFV files created
- easy to console application
- plug & play support for glFTPd and other demons including
count-missing-files feature for race scripts
This package provides boot scripts used to enable FreeBSD to run on the
Amazon EC2 cloud computing platform. These include:
* Downloading the SSH public key which will be used to log in to a
newly-launched virtual machine,
* Printing SSH host key fingerprints to the console in a standard
format used by other EC2 images,
* Automatically configuring swap space on EC2 "ephemeral" disks, and
* Sending email when an virtual machine first boots and when rebooting
after a kernel panic.