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.
pfqueue provides a console (ncurses) interface to Postfix 1, Postfix 2 and
Exim mail queues.
It is a real-time queue scanner that shows per-queue lists of existing
messages; the messages can be deleted, put on hold or released.
For example, it may be useful to inspect a traffic jam at a given time, to see
what is falling into and unexpectedly crowding your deferred queue.
Marcus Alves Grando <mnag@FreeBSD.org>
Heme is intended to be fast and portable console hex editor for Unix-like
systems. It has undo support (number of undo operations is only limited by
available memory), ability to fill a range of addresses with the specified
byte, ability to search for a single byte or character string. Offsets can
be given in hexadecimal, octal, or decimal forms. There are two editing
modes: hex (binary) and ASCII (text).
Heme uses standard curses library for screen and input handling, and offers
colors support (they can be set in the configuration file).
FreeBSD graphics console (VGL) version of the famous Digger game.
Digger was originally created by Windmill software in 1983 and released as
a copy-protected, bootable 5.25" floppy disk for the IBM PC/XT. As it
requires a genuine CGA card, it didn't work on modern PCs. In 1998 a new
version was created by Andrew Jenner which runs on all PCs with CGA or
better and, whilst retaining all the atmosphere and playability of the
original, has many new features.
In 2000 it was ported to several Unix-like architectures by Maxim Sobolev.
Currently it supports FreeBSD, using either VGL or SDL library, and Linux using
Python utilities for console mail clients like Mutt.
sigpager: Offers an interactive selection of signatures.
urlpager[*]: Searches for urls, and retrieves url selected by user.
Urls include Message-IDs.
urlbatcher[*]: Retrieve urls contained in input.
pybrowser: Can be used as general browser call. Application to
override platform default can be specified via -b option.
viewhtmlmsg[*]: Display html message in browser.
wrap: Word wrap text input. With support for messages
(recognition of quote chars etc.).
[*]needs raw message as input to work correctly.
In Mutt, set pipe_decode=no in conjunction with pipe-message.
Knocker is a simple and easy to use TCP (no UDP yet) security port
scanner which is able to analyze hosts and all of the different
services started on them. (Console version)
JRosetta provides a common base for graphical component that could be used
to build a graphical console in Swing with the latest requirements, such
as command history, completion and so on for instance for scripting language
or command line. This project can be seen as the evolution of the components
developed in JyConsole. For now, JRosetta provides only API and graphical
components. A Jython implementation for the scripting engine should be
available during the first semester 2009.
* Generic abstract API for script engine
* Completion window.
* Command history.
* Highly customisable, with external XML descriptor file. (Allow to specify
the script engine to use, colors, font, shortcut...)
* JRosetta has been developed in pure Java, but relies on a JVM 1.5.
* No specific hardware is needed.
For further information, please contact us at the following address:
contact at artenum.com
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.
Squash is a C/Ncurses based music player. It supports mp3 and ogg through
libraries (and planned flac support). Squash uses statistics to determine songs
to play automatically. It garners this information through whether or not a song
is skipped. Squash also avoids picking the same song twice. Thus Squash is
like a radio station that plays the songs you like -- and you don't even have to
call in requests!