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Common Unix Printing

CUPS provides a portable printing layer for Unix(r)-based operating systems. Common UNIX Printing System has been developed to promote a standard printing solution for all Unix vendors and users.

DateOct 7, 2010

AuthorMichael Sweet

Size4.6 MB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Business

PyKota is a complete GPLed Print Quota and Accounting Software Solution for the Common UNIX Printing System (aka CUPS) on GNU/Linux and Unix-like operating systems, which offers a great flexibility with regard to the page accounting methods it suppor

DateOct 6, 2010

AuthorJerome Alet

Size0

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Business

lpr-bash is a replacement for the "lpr" command found in lpr(ng), CUPS, and other Unix printing systems. lpr-bash is implemented as a shell script.

DateNov 3, 2010

AuthorAlex Kloss

Size70.7 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

Featherweight Linux is my Live-CD installable Linux distribution that I remastered from Feather Linux, which is built on knoppix technology. Youll find some great people over at Feather and you can find some good documentation there.

DateAug 28, 2010

AuthorRonald Meinsler

Size272.0 MB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

Gutenprint project, formerly named Gimp-Print, is a suite of printer drivers that may be used with most common UNIX print spooling systems, including CUPS, lpr, LPRng, or others.

DateAug 20, 2010

AuthorRobert Krawitz

Size3.7 MB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Business

color wrapper is a non-intrusive real-time ANSI color wrapper for common unix-based commands on GNU/linux. cw is designed to simulate the environment of the commands being executed, so that if a person types du, df, ping, etc.

DateAug 15, 2010

Authorvade79

Size819.2 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

bug is a simple tracking system for console users. It only depends on common Unix commands. bugs database format is a text file containing simple tabbed columns which can be even hand-edited.

DateAug 21, 2010

AuthorViric Vicerveza

Size2.0 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Programming

NanoBlogger is a small weblog engine written in Bash for the command line. NanoBlogger uses common UNIX tools such as cat, grep and sed to create static HTML content. Its free to use and modify under the GNU General Public License..

DateAug 13, 2010

AuthorKevin Wood

Size66.6 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

Tea4CUPS project is similar in functionnality to the GNU/Linux tee command, but available as a 100% plug and play generic CUPS backend wrapper.

DateNov 2, 2010

AuthorJerome Alet

Size44.0 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

Desilico is a Debian SID based Live CD. No X11, no graphics, only terminal for sysadmins. Everything in desilico is as is in debian sid, but you can use it as a live cd, very useful for debootstraping or rescue tool. Autodiscovery Included.

DateOct 30, 2010

AuthorMiguel Angel Zarza

Size294.5 MB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

Freeduc is a "run-from-CD" Linux distribution based on Knoppix and created by OFSET in France: "Until now - and probably for a while in most heads - the GNU/Linux system at school has been perceived as a good replacement of other propr

DateNov 1, 2010

AuthorOFSET

Size700.0 MB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

Mknew project is an investigation of how to build simple Unix shell scripts to manage common development and administrative tasks.

DateAug 21, 2010

AuthorWilliam L Anderson

Size20.5 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

Trinux is a ramdisk-based Linux distribution that boots from a single floppy or CD-ROM, loads it packages from an HTTP/FTP server, a FAT/NTFS/ISO filesystem, or additional floppies.

DateSep 15, 2010

AuthorMatthew Franz

Size19.8 MB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

CGIcast is a selection of perl scripts which are intended to make it possible to perform live internet radio. Typically these accounts are about $5 a month compared with $15/month which you would pay to someone like live365.

DateSep 17, 2010

AuthorScott Manley

Size10.2 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Audio

rsh.proxy project is a proxy for rsh, rexec and rlogin. About rsh rsh (remote shell) is a command line computer program which can execute shell commands as another user, and on another computer across a computer network.

DateAug 22, 2010

Authorwzk

Size29.7 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

Babel Enterprise is an audit tool, focused on evaluating Operating System base security. Babel Enterprise evaluate the security level, or hardening, from a wide range of Operating Systems.

DateOct 5, 2010

AuthorArtica ST

Size102.4 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

CMU Common Lisp is a free implementation of the Common Lisp programming language which runs on most major Unix platforms. CMU Common Lisp project mainly conforms to the ANSI Common Lisp standard..

DateSep 19, 2010

AuthorEric Marsden

Size3.4 MB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Programming

ELM is one of the most common mail readers for unix.

DateAug 8, 2010

AuthorBill Pemberton

Size593.9 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Internet

Emacs Common Lisp is an implementation of Common Lisp, written in Emacs Lisp. It does not yet purport to conform to the ANSI standard since, among other things, CLOS, and pretty printing are missing.

DateAug 27, 2010

AuthorLars Brinkhoff

Size184.3 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Utilities

GNU Common C++ project is a C++ framework offering portable support for threading, sockets, file access, daemons, persistence, serial I/O, XML parsing, and system services, initially started by David Sugar and Daniel Silverstone.

DateOct 1, 2010

AuthorDavid Sugar and Daniel Silverstone

Size849.9 KB

LicenseFreeware

PriceFree

PlatformLinux

CategoryLinux Programming