cnd or console network display is a curses based real time display of a
networks input and output.
A console graphics viewer using the svga console graphics library.
Seejpeg is another JPEG viewer which utilizes svgalib and contains
limited GIF, PPM, BMP and TARGA viewing support.
KON2 is a program for displaying Kanji (japanese characters) on the
console of Linux/FreeBSD. KON2 hooks the output of console and
redirects to pseudo tty, drawing on the VGA display.
If KON2 would be going to something wrong, check shared-memories being
loading or not. If not, add "options SYSVSHM" to
/usr/src/sys/i386/conf/GENERIC, and reconfigure the kernel.
Be aware that using KON2 with X is not allowed (You should shutdown X first
when you use KON2, and vice versa).
In order to use 30 lines (default is 25), modify the "Normal" entry of
kon.cfg as follows:
640 680 768 800 480 491 493 525
YASR ("Yet Another Screen Reader") is an attempt at a lightweight,
portable screen reader. It works by opening a shell in a pty and
intercepting all user input/output, maintaining a window of what
should be on the screen by looking at the codes and text sent to the
screen. It thus uses no Linuxisms such as /dev/vcsa0 and does not
necessarily need to be setuid root (the only requirement being that
the user be able to access the tts device).
A curses-based console CD player, with two viewing modes,
one suitable for a 7x41 xterm.
mp3blaster is an interactive text-based mp3player. One of
the unique features of this player is the ability to divide
a playlist into groups (albums). Therefore, the play order
can be adjusted with great flexibility.
You can use Console_Color::convert to transform colorcodes like %r into ANSI
control codes. print Console_Color::convert("%rHello World!%n"); would print
"Hello World" in red, for example.
Configuration-based Snack/Newt adaptation for easy and attractive console UI
vile is a text editor which is extremely compatible with vi in terms of
"finger feel". in addition, it has extended capabilities in many areas,
multi-file editing and viewing
key rebinding (in addition to :map, :map!, and :abbr)
mouse support (in an xterm, or when built as xvile)
many additional operator commands
"next error" cursor positioning after compilation
full function- and arrow-key support
filename, command, internal mode and variable completion
auxiliary utilities for man page and C program syntax highlighting
built-in macro language
portability to all UNIX platforms, VMS, DOS, Win32, OS/2