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ppkg

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Pepo Package Manager (ppm, ppkg) is new project to create own package manager for easy installation of applications on Unix-based and Linux operating systems. Programmed in C (parts could be in C++), and POSIX standart, it is fully portable to any POSIX-based OS. This is the way to create very ... [More] good and fast package manager, which will combine advantages of Slackware packages (TGZ, very fast) and Debian, Red Hat packages (DEB, RPM, good info about package inside it, autodownload of dependencies). [Less]

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splmisc

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Miscellaneous utilities in Elisp, R, and shell domains.

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Licenses: GPL-3.0+

Dorsal

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  Analyzed over 4 years ago

Dorsal is a simple shell script that automates the process of fetching, compiling, and installing the various FEniCS projects (http://www.fenicsproject.org) and their requisite dependencies on Unix-like operating systems. The following platforms are officially supported by Dorsal: * Debian ... [More] GNU/Linux 6.0, Unstable * Fedora 13, 14 * Gentoo Linux * Mac OS X 10.6 (with MacPorts) * openSUSE 11.3 * Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 * Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, 10.10, 11.04 A number of other platforms are supported through user contributions. It is easy to extend support to other similar platforms. [Less]

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QtCocoa

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  Analyzed almost 4 years ago

A collection of Qt widgets simulate the look and feel of Cocoa.

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easygconf

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  Analyzed 17 days ago

easygconf provids an easy, Pythonic way to access GConf through a dict-like interface.

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almost 8 years since last commit

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Backup And Restore

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  Analyzed over 3 years ago

BAR, Backup And Restore, is for a user who desires to back-up his Home directory each week or day using cron or a similar programme and transferring those backups at the end each month to another medium for safer storage. It is designed to be the most hands-off back-up utility possible. The best ... [More] setup is to have the home user's Backup folder be a separate hard drive from the one that stores their files. Using that setup you'll have three copies of all your files. [Less]

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Calife

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  Analyzed over 3 years ago

Calife is small program that enable a UNIX system administrator to become root (or another user) on his/her machines without giving the root password but his/her own. The most interesting features of calife are: * you keep your environment variables and shell aliases intact * it has ... [More] start and end of session logging * you can have a list of all permitted logins for each calife user. That way, you can give a user newsmaster’s rights without giving out the root password * you can specify a group in the configuration file instead of the logins of all administrators: Juste use @staff and all members of the staff will have access to calife * calife can also be used to become users even if they have no home directory or even no shell. That’s very practical if you want to become uucp or even bin * you can make calife runs a specific system-wide script at the end of the session (to send a mail about what was done as root for example) [Less]

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SporksIRCD

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  Analyzed over 6 years ago

SporksIRCD is a fork of ShadowIRCD and Charybdis, with an emphasis on the most commonly used features of Unrealircd and Inspircd with none of the excessive bloat and problems that have plagued both projects.

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Licenses: BSD-3-Clause, GPL-2.0+, ISC

Crypt bindings for Chicken Scheme

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  Analyzed 3 days ago

This egg provides Chicken bindings for the Unix crypt() function. It will attempt to use the system's crypt() for all available types, and supplies fallbacks when the native crypt does not support a given type for common implementations like Niels Provos' bcrypt() and Ulrich Drepper's SHA-2 based crypt().

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The Hero RPG

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The Hero RPG is a game built in c++ that contains user generated content and is free and open-sourced for otehrs to enjoy! It will be available on the PC,Linux, and Mac Operating systems (for at least 32bit systems). the games intentions is to allow my to broaden my C++ knowledge as well and polish them.

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