cwfloppy is a Linux device driver for the Catweasel Advanced Floppy Controller manufactured by Individual Computers. The Catweasel is a versatile Shugart bus controller (i.e., it can control floppy drives). It is extremely flexible and can be programmed to read and write just about any floppy disk in the world. This driver supports reading and writing of Amiga and MS-DOS DD/HD 3.5" disks.
J/CoMM is an OS independent RS232 remote control. The system has a client/server architecture, has an adjustable HTML GUI, and includes drivers for cameras and beamers (e.g., EIKI LC-XM1/SM1/VM1). The server runs on the computer where the devices are connected via RS232. The client can be any computer having a Web browser, JRE, and access to the device control Web site on the server. The Web page (GUI) communicates with the server through an embedded Java applet (RMI).
prtdiag is a bash script that generates a report that describes the state of the hardware on the running machine. It does not actually acquire all of the information itself; it also relies heavily on other applications such as lspci, lm_sensors, and dmidecode to gather needed data.