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fs-check checks file system sizes to see if they are getting too full.
It uses a configuration file that specifies the file systems to check,
e-mail contacts, trigger thresholds (percentage or amount used and
unused), and a report program to run. It includes fs-report, which
shows things like the largest files, the newest files, and core files.
It can be run from cron or as a daemon.
rlwrap uses the GNU readline library to allow the editing of keyboard
input for any other command. The input history is remembered across
invocations, separately for each command;history completion and search
work as in bash and completion word lists can be specified on the
An easy way to vendor gem dependencies
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This project was created for package aaa_base via attribute OBS:Maintained
Packaging of the modern-unix collection. A collection of modern/faster/saner alternatives to common unix commands.
A project shipping everything you need for orr
This package is the unreleased and next generation OBS server package.
The openSUSE Build Service is open and complete distribution development platform that provides infrastructure for a development of the future openSUSE based distributions. It provides software developers with a tool to compile, release and publish their software for the broad user audience, including creation of their own Linux distribution based on openSUSE for various hardware architectures.
It also features services that enable compilation and packaging for the other Linux distributions, like Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu, and many more.
For more information see http://en.opensuse.org/Build_Service
This Perl script makes it easy to create MP3 files from an audio CD. It
tries to find the artist and song titles with the help of CDDB.
Mads Martin Joergensen
The server part (package knockd) listens to all traffic on an ethernet
(or PPP) interface, looking for special "knock" sequences of port hits.
This client makes these port hits by sending a TCP (or UDP) packet to a
port on the server. This port does not need to be open. Since knockd
listens at the link-layer level, it sees all traffic even if it is
destined for a closed port. When the server detects a specific sequence
of port hits, it runs a command defined in its configuration file. This
can be used to open up holes in a firewall for quick access.
These are the developer versions of the tools for the Open Build Service project. They are mainly used by the openSUSE instance.
Please use OBS:Server:2.10 for production environments unless told otherwise.
Unlike most monitoring tools that either focus on a small set of
statistics, format their output in only one way, run either
interatively or as a daemon but not both, collectl tries to do it all.
The Courier authentication library provides authentication services for
other Courier applications.
Courier-IMAP is a fast, scalable, enterprise IMAP server that uses
Maildirs. Many E-mail service providers use Courier-IMAP to easy handle
hundreds of thousands of mail accounts. With its built-in IMAP and POP3
aggregation proxy, Courier-IMAP has practically infinite horizontal
scalability. In a proxy configuration, a pool of Courier servers service
initial IMAP and POP3 connections from clients. They wait to receive the
client's log in request, look up the server that actually holds this mail
account's mailbox, and establish a proxy connection to the server, all in
a single, seamless process. Mail accounts can be moved between different
servers, to achieve optimum resource usage.
The only practical limitation on Courier-IMAP is available network and I/O
bandwidth. If you are new to Courier-IMAP, this may sound a bit
intimidating. But you do not need to tackle everything at once. Start by
taking small, easy steps. Your first step will be to set up a small
Courier-IMAP server, using it like any other traditional IMAP service, on
a single server. After you gain experience and become comfortable with
Courier, you can then begin exploring its advanced features.
This is the same IMAP server that's included in the Courier mail server,
but configured as a standalone IMAP server that can be used with other
mail servers - such as Qmail, Exim, or Postfix - that deliver to maildirs.
If you already have Courier installed, you do not need to download this
version. If you install this version, you must remove it if you later
install the entire Courier server.