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    Update - Cluster Infrastructure for Linux 0.6.1 (Cluster Tools), 2.4.16-v0.6.0 (CI kernel patch)
    Thursday February 07 2002 @ 06:46AM EST

    The Cluster Infrastructure (CI) for Linux extends the Cluster Membership and Internode Communication Subsystems from Compaq's NonStop Clusters for Unixware code base. It also provides the basis for the SSI Clusters for Linux project.

    ftp-utils 1.0pre4 (Release) by T Lord - Thursday, February 7th 2002 06:36 EST

    About: The ftp-utils package includes a library that implements the FTP protocol (client side) and some shell tools. Using the shell tools you can write scripts which work equally well on local file systems and on remote file systems accessible via FTP.

    Changes: This release includes various portability enhancements and minor bugfixes.

    Categories Focus License URLs Internet :: File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Software Development Software Development :: Libraries Minor bugfixes GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    The Hackerlab C Library hackerlab-1.0pre3 by T Lord - Thursday, February 7th 2002 06:36 EST

    About: The Hackerlab C Library is a modern replacement for the standard POSIX C library. It also serves as a run-time system for high-level programming languages.

    Changes: This release includes various portability enhancements for 64-bit and big-endian machines, and some minor bug fixes.

    Categories Focus License URLs Software Development :: Libraries Minor bugfixes GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    ConnMon 0.12.0 by Oskar Liljeblad - Thursday, February 7th 2002 06:31 EST

    About: Connection Monitor is a connection and bandwidth monitoring program with a console-based user interface. It displays a list of open TCP and UDP connections with transfer rate (in bytes per second) for each connection. ConnMon uses the GNU adns library to make asynchronous DNS lookups.

    Changes: This release adds (a still somewhat experimental) GTK version of connmon, gconnmon.

    Categories Focus License URLs System :: Monitoring Major feature enhancements GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    Eyebrowse 1.1b1 by Daniel Rall - Thursday, February 7th 2002 06:30 EST

    About: Eyebrowse is a Web-based mailing list archive browser. Eyebrowse differs from other popular archive browsers in that it does not require that mailing lists be exploded into individual HTML files, and the HTML rendering is done at serving time, rather than at the time the message is received, to allow for easy customization of the message display. HTML rendering is performed through the use of the Velocity template engine.

    Changes: This release features many bug fixes, usability improvements, and enhancements, including using Velocity as the templating engine.

    Focus License URLs Minor feature enhancements The Apache License

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    Filepp 1.4.2 by Darren Miller - Thursday, February 7th 2002 05:56 EST

    About: filepp is a generic file preprocessor designed to allow the functionality provided by the C preprocessor to be used with any file type. It supports the full set of C preprocessor keywords (#include, #define, #if, etc.). filepp is also highly customisable and allows users to easily add their own keywords or modify the behaviour of existing keywords.

    Changes: This release fixes a minor bug in the processing of inputs to keywords such as #if and #for.

    Categories Focus License URLs Text Processing :: Markup :: HTML Minor bugfixes GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    Server-side FileManager 3.2 by ColdJava - Thursday, February 7th 2002 05:15 EST

    About: Server-side FileManager is a Java servlet which implements FileManager. You can use this servlet for remote site management: upload/download files, copy/move files, edit files, etc. Its main advantage is that it uses only the HTTP protocol for access to your host, which allows it to work through most firewalls.

    Changes: This release includes new options for user-defined interface and access restrictions.

    Categories Focus License URLs Communications :: File Sharing Internet :: WWW/HTTP Internet :: WWW/HTTP :: Browsers Major feature enhancements Free for non-commercial use

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    phpOpenTracker 0.9.9-pl1 by Sebastian Bergmann - Thursday, February 7th 2002 05:14 EST

    About: phpOpenTracker is a site- and visitor-tracker that stores the collected data in an SQL database. An API for analysis, chart and report generation (via DocBook/XML and XSLT) with HTML and PDF output is included. phpOpenTracker provides clickpath analysis and usability measuring.

    Changes: This patch level release addresses several issues with the latest milestone release.

    Categories Focus License URLs Internet :: Log Analysis Internet :: WWW/HTTP :: Dynamic Content :: Page Counters Minor bugfixes The Apache License

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    Qube 3P 1.0 by Robert Trebula R0B0 - Thursday, February 7th 2002 05:10 EST

    About: Qube is a multiplatform desktop environment. Applications based and compiled for Qube environment run without need of recompiling on all of supported platforms in the level of machine codes. This means an application compiled for Qube will run on all supported platforms at maximum speed and minimal hardware requirements. Qube supports multitasking for all applications running under it.

    Categories Focus License URLs Desktop Environment System :: Operating System Initial release Freely Distributable

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    xxdiff 2.0.4 by Martin Blais - Thursday, February 7th 2002 05:09 EST

    About: xxdiff is a graphical browser for viewing the differences between two or three files, or between two directories, and can be used to produce a merged version.

    Changes: This release fixes a bug with not being to parse incomplete line markers. Diff inserts a special output line when a file does not end in a newline, and xxdiff had problems with this.

    Categories Focus License URLs Software Development Minor bugfixes GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    Familiar Linux Distribution 0.5.1 by MonMotha - Thursday, February 7th 2002 04:39 EST

    About: The Familiar Project is composed of a group of loosely knit developers all contributing to creating the next generation of PDA OS. Currently, most of our development time is being put towards producing a stable, and full featured Linux distribution for the Compaq iPAQ h3600-series of handheld computers, as well as apps to run on top of the distribution.

    Changes: Situation dependent bootstraps are now provided in this release, dependencies were fixed in various packages, bootloader splash screen and buttons are supported on H3100, H3600, H3700, and H3800, and the included kernel was updated to 2.4.16-rmk1.

    Categories Focus License URLs System :: Operating System System :: Operating System Kernels :: Linux N/A OSI Approved

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    Dav 0.4.2 (Unstable) by Daverd - Thursday, February 7th 2002 03:29 EST

    About: Dav (Dav Ain't Vi) is meant to provide a stable text editor that is efficient in both memory and processor usage. Its user interface is designed to be intuitive and to increase productivity.

    Changes: In this release, more tab-related errors were fixed, a new info bar has been added at the bottom, which can be toggled with F10 or in the .davrc file, and a man page was created.

    Categories Focus License URLs Text Editors Minor feature enhancements GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    PostgreSQL 7.2 (Stable) by Jürgen Nagel - Thursday, February 7th 2002 03:27 EST

    About: PostgreSQL is a robust, next-generation, Object-Relational DBMS (ORDBMS), derived from the Berkeley Postgres database management system. While PostgreSQL retains the powerful object-relational data model, rich data types and easy extensibility of Postgres, it replaces the PostQuel query language with an extended subset of SQL.

    Changes: In this release, vacuuming no longer locks tables, there is no longer a problem with installations that exceed four billion transactions, OIDs are now optional, a new MD5 encryption option allows more secure storage and transfer of passwords, and program and library messages can now be displayed in several languages.

    Categories Focus License URLs Database :: Database Engines/Servers Major feature enhancements BSD License

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    POPauthd 2.7 (Stable) by Michelle Brownsworth - Thursday, February 7th 2002 03:26 EST

    About: POPauthd is a Perl-based daemon that uses POP to authorize connecting hosts for SMTP relaying. It is particularly useful to authenticate roaming users with IP addresses that change often. The daemon runs in the background, watching the syslog for successful POP logins. When it sees one it enters the IP in sendmail's access database, giving the host authorization to relay through the server. The entries can be expired after a prescribed, configurable period of time with a companion script run via crontab.

    Changes: Ths version changes the name of the "access.reject" file to "access.static" to better reflect its function for listing static addresses, both REJECT and RELAY.

    Categories Focus License URLs Communications :: Email :: Mail Transport Agents Communications :: Email :: Post-Office :: POP3 Minor feature enhancements GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    Gemu 0.6 by Chris Roadfeldt - Thursday, February 7th 2002 03:24 EST

    About: Gemu is Gnome application designed to configure sound cards based on the EMU10K1 platform from Creative Labs. Gemu is capable of adding, viewing and deleting audio routes, turning on Live Drive IR, turning on the 12db boost to the front/headphone jacks on Live cards, setting the S/PDIF frequency on Audigy cards, setting the recording source, turning on digital passthrough mode, and setting to the analog or digital mode of the dual-mode jack of 5.1 cards.

    Changes: This release adds the ability to drag-n-drop patches and effects onto audio sources and audio destinations. It also includes some massive code clean-ups. The behavior when orientation of tables is changed has been changed. The active table now stays active when changed.

    Categories Focus License URLs Desktop Environment :: Gnome Multimedia :: Sound/Audio Multimedia :: Sound/Audio :: Mixers Major feature enhancements GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    Papercut News Server 0.7.1 by João Prado Maia - Thursday, February 7th 2002 03:21 EST

    About: Papercut is a multi-threaded news server written in Python. Its main objective is to integrate existing Web-based message board software (Phorum on the first few versions) with a Usenet front-end. However, its extensibility enables developers to write their own container for the storage of the Usenet articles (messages). That means that the code is extensible enough that you could write new containers to integrate the news server with other Web message board projects or even other ways to store the messages.

    Changes: The server now correctly handles the use of HEAD, BODY and ARTICLE with non-existent messages. Several bug fixes related to the Phorum backend were also fixed. A problem was resolved related to the use of Outlook Express as a newsreader with Papercut.

    Categories Focus License URLs Communications :: Usenet News Software Development :: Libraries :: Python Modules Major bugfixes BSD License

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    Monkey HTTP Daemon 0.2.7 (Development) by EdsipeR - Thursday, February 7th 2002 03:19 EST

    About: Monkey HTTP Daemon is a small and fast Web server for Linux written in C. Its features include Spanish docs and messages, GET, Post & HEAD methods, CGI support, a config file (optional for every user), mime.types file,virtualhost support, deny URL & IP, and the ability to run as a different user (e.g., nobody).

    Changes: This release includes corrections in the Post method, host validation for HTTP/1.1., and optimization of Request_Main().

    Categories Focus License URLs Internet :: WWW/HTTP :: Dynamic Content Internet :: WWW/HTTP :: HTTP Servers Minor feature enhancements GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    Bazooka Board 2.5 by Grizzly - Thursday, February 7th 2002 03:18 EST

    About: Bazooka Board is a very simple bulletin board system with no big frills or fancy profiles. Its strong point is that it does not require any database whatsoever. Bazooka Board uses a flat text file to record all of its data. It allows a single Administrative login so that you can edit/delete posts on the board freely. Setting up Bazooka Board is very simple.

    Changes: This release offers many new enhancements based on feedback from current Bazooka Board users. New features include search functionality, auto-hyperlinking, message ccons, persistant name and email via cookies, improved graphics, improved performance, and improved security. Some minor bug fixes were also addressed in this release.

    Categories Focus License URLs Internet :: WWW/HTTP :: Dynamic Content :: Message Boards Major feature enhancements GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    CPU 1.3.9 by Blake Matheny - Thursday, February 7th 2002 03:08 EST

    About: CPU (Change Password Utility) is an LDAP user management tool based on FreeBSD's pw(8). It allows you to add or delete users from an LDAP directory as defined by RFC 2307. You may use SSHA, SMD5, MD5, SHA, or Crypt for password hashing. CPU also allows you to take existing users from a Unix-style passwd file and import those users and users' passwords into the directory.

    Changes: This release adds -b command line switch to specify base to add user to, adds -F and -L switches for specifying first (givenname) and last, (sn) names. These names are now combined to create a cn (common name). It also adds -M switch for mail address, fixes a build bug, and makes additional changes.

    Categories Focus License URLs System :: Systems Administration Minor feature enhancements GNU General Public License (GPL)

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    iSQL-Viewer 2.0.8 (Beta) by Mark Kobold - Thursday, February 7th 2002 02:36 EST

    About: iSQL(IndependentSQL)-Viewer is a JDBC 2.0-compliant application that can take advantage of platform features such as transactions, running batch modes, and database abstraction. Even in heterogeneous database environments, it supports all database platforms with a JDBC 2.0-compliant driver, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, and Oracle. It provides a variety of tools to carry out both simple and complex database activities.

    Changes: In this release, JDBC compatibility has improved. PrintingFramework has been rewritten to support new data and improved table printing. Support for the Knustoff look-and-feel and Java Web Start has been added, as has a new "History per Service" feature. Import and Export wizards have been improved, Excel Import Filter has better support for file types, and there is new tab close behavior. Preliminary user metrics have been implemented, and there is support for viewing Images, BLOBs, and CLOBs.

    Categories Focus License URLs Database :: Front-Ends Major feature enhancements Mozilla Public License (MPL)

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    Cluster Infrastructure for Linux 0.6.1 (Cluster Tools) by Compaq SSI Clusterin[..] - Thursday, February 7th 2002 02:31 EST

    About: The Cluster Infrastructure (CI) for Linux extends the Cluster Membership and Internode Communication Subsystems from Compaq's NonStop Clusters for Unixware code base. It also provides the basis for the SSI Clusters for Linux project.

    Changes: This release greatly improves installation and booting of non-initial nodes in an SSI cluster. It uses netboot for non-initial-node installation, rather than requiring a distribution to be installed on every node. Netboot may be optionally used all the time for booting any given node.

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