LJOS stands for a sequence of the words Linux, Java, and Operating System. The LJOS project is an attempt to create a consistent opensource Java Technology-oriented environment tightly integrated with a database. This snapshot is not directed to end users; on the contrary it is directed to experimenting developers who would like to join the project to put it into usable state.
lma-init is a set of shell scripts that aim at replacing the scripts run during system bootup and runlevel changes. At the moment, only serious hackers should attempt to install this package due to the lack of documentation. Apart from being colourful, it's ideal for large-site-administration with remote distribution systems since the whole configuration can be done using a single file, if necessary.
Logcheck Consolidator is a utility which manages the log files from multiple computers to help you keep track of your network. It takes logcheck e-mail and parses it for each of your systems into one piece of mail. It has a lot of built-in logic. For example, if a host does not send its hourly e-mail, the logcheck consolidator will notice this and flag it as an error at the top of the consolidated e-mail.