KOSd is a modified version of Ascend's RADIUS (derived from Livingston's) daemon that supports GECOS password files in another location than /etc/passwd. The path to the file is configurable in a C file. It's great for segmenting dial-in and email-only users on a dialing pool, supporting both Max units and Xylogics (now Bay) servers from a single password file, and probably others. It will probably work with Cisco or Livingston servers as well by changing the dictionary file and turning off the -DASCEND extensions within the makefile, but you may need to experiment. This product is totally unsupported.
SAC performs login accounting, just like the ac program but with total, per day, per user and per tty. It also performs average usage, hourly profiling, login listing, login clipping and raw wtmp reporting as well as tons of other options. SAC supports Tacacs 3.x/4.x and most Radius accounting files.
SMM++ Mud Client is a mud client with extended and unique features. Aside from all standard mud client functionality like ANSI color support, aliases, action triggers, and tab-completion, SMM++ features a highly-customizable user interface (labels, buttons, and menus) and unique and powerful mapping capabilities, and SMM++ is the only mapping crossplatform (Tcl/Tk based) mud client available.
tal aligns common characters at the ends of lines. This is especially useful for making long C macro definitions look nice or for repairing "broken" comment boxes. tal works on any kind of common ending, which it autodetects. Intended as, but not limited to being, a filter program ("plug-in") for text editors.
masqidentd is an Ident daemon for Linux systems that use IP masquerading. It implements the recommendations in RFC1413. It also has the ability to forward Ident requests from a client to a machine sitting behind the masquerade service. Users also have the ability to override the default Ident response. This program is most useful for people who use IRC using mIRC or Pirch behind IP masquerade. masqidentd is intended for use with ipchains only.
im2html walks a directory hierachy filled with categorised images and makes HTML indices and thumbnails for everything. It's easy to customise the titles of each page, add descriptive HTML for images or the page as a whole, add references to related web pages etc. It's incremental, so you can run it nightly in a cron job to keep things up to date, reducing most maintenance to "copy the image into the right subdirectory and wait overnight". It's careful to not rewrite index files unless their contents change, making maintenance of a remote gallery from your master copy with a tool like rsync efficient.