Evo/Lution is a live CD with a graphical installer for Arch Linux. Evo, the live CD, is an Arch based OS that cannot be installed. It is simply a platform to run the Lution installer, which is made to install Arch. It has options to install anything ranging from the Arch base, to base + the packages you select, including complete turn key desktop environments. The installer downloads all the packages you select from the Arch repositories during the install process so you always end up with a current, up to date install.
MasarLabs PatD is a daemon to ping or traceroute remote hosts, using IPv4 or IPv6 ICMP packets. It runs without root privileges, listening on a TCP local port for hosts to check. It uses a protocol simple to implement, so is useful in situations in which you cannot send native ICMP packets (for example, from a Java program). pat is a client you can use to talk to patd.
RuckusRD is a drop-in replacement for mkinitrd that's intended for use on embedded systems or removable media (e.g. live CDs), but is also perfectly usable on normal desktop Linux systems. Its main strength is its non-memory-retentive read-write root filesystem support, which combines a read-only SquashFS image with a RAM overlay. This utility is part of the Source Ruckus project.
Paranoid TelnetD is written in straight C with few dependencies. It is intended for use with embedded or legacy devices (like the hand-scanners used in warehouses) that communicate via telnet. It features: 'telnet only' user accounts, separate from the system authentication (so only the specified usernames/passwords can login via telnet, and only via telnet); user, IP address, and MAC address whitelisting/blacklisting; chrooting with 'bind mounts' to allow access to certain directories under the chroot jail; and 'honeypot mode' in which all authentication fails and all events are logged at syslog 'crit' level.
Masna provides a simple graphical interface (GUI) to manage Nautilus scripts. For scripts that are part of the system-wide Nautilus script collection (by default /usr/share/nautilus-scripts; you can change this in the settings dialog of Masna), it manages symlinks in the user’s Nautilus script folder. For scripts in the user’s Nautilus script folder, it manages the file permissions.