pkg_db.pl generates a pretty-printed HTML list and statistics of packages installed via NetBSD pkgsrc. It creates 3 HTML files: one index, containing a list of all installed packages with short descriptions, one with the detailed description of the package, and one with a list of installed files. It requires pkg_info.
Some Things About My Own Server (STAMOS) is a perl script that gathers infomation about the computer is is running on (mainly from /proc) and writes these into an HTML file. This information consists of CPU (name and bogomips), amount of RAM, OS, load averages, currently mounted hard drives, current uptime, and best uptime. The language of the output file can be changed. For finding out the uptime, STAMOS needs uptimed (by Rob Kaper).
IRCtl is a LIRC-compatible driver for the IR remote control in the FlyVideo98 TV card. There is always a newest version of this driver in the Lirc CVS tree. It is a patch against kernel bttv driver plus loadable lirc driver module. The kernel patch also enables support of the FV98 card in the kernel bttv driver.
Xlogmaster allows comfortable and fast control of all the important system logfiles and devices that are readable via cat (/proc/XYZ for instance). Filters allow to raise/lower/hide lines. Due to usage of the GTK+ toolkit and full runtime configurability the user can modify the appearance of the xlogmaster to whatever fits his desktop best.
Flasher monitors changes to one or more files, and indicates the number of writes to these files by briefly flashing a console LED once for each write. The flashing sequence is repeated, after a brief pause, until the files have been read. As the files are read, the number of LED flashes is reduced. When all monitored files have been read, the console LED is disabled. The most obvious use is to monitor specific system log or mail files. Multiple LEDs can be used.