SiteScape Forum Version 5.0 (formerly AltaVista Forum) is team collaboration software that provides an effective and easy way to communicate, share resources, and collaborate with groups of people within a company or across organizations. Users can host online discussions; share documents and files; participate in real-time chat; schedule meetings using shared calendars; maintain personal homepages that include lists of favorite links; and review select and filtered information from news sources and Internet newsgroups. SiteScape Forum is inherently flexible. It fits into any environment. It is totally web-based, requiring only an industry-standard browser to access, and runs on a broad range of platforms.
SNiFF+ is the premier Source Code Engineering tool, now available in two Linux-versions: SNiFF+ 3.1 LinuxLand Small Business Edition and SNiFF+ 3.1 LinuxLand Java/Web Edition, two commercial IDEs (Integrated Development Environments) for Linux. The Java/Web Edition is totally unlimited for Java development on Linux and costs 99 DM (DeutschMark). The Small Business Edition supports C/C++, Java, CORBA IDL, and FORTRAN, but is limited to 200 files per project, and costs 199 DM. Orders and information in German are available at http://www.linuxland.de. Orders and information in English are available through email@example.com or telephone +49 89 9934140.
Soft-E-Sales is an electronic commerce solution developed for business to business sales, but would also be suitable for business to consumer applications. It provides encrypted order transmission, SSL, large catalogs with an SQL database, support for images, daily features, and search capabilities.
SOS is a design data management product built for hardware engineers. It allows version control for both binary files (eg. Schematic, Layout, Synthesis etc) and ASCII files (eg. VHDL, Verilog, C etc.) Furthermore, SOS provides design engineers to predictably create and re-create releases during tape-out. In addition to version control and release management, SOS has multiple features that enhance team collaboration and design productivity.
SteelBlue is an Open Source Web application server similar to Cold Fusion. It extends HTML with tags to execute SQL commands, perform type checking on user input, loop over sections of code, and manipulate data. In addition, it has a Perl-like scripting language that can be embedded directly into the HTML for complex data manipulation. SteelBlue runs as a CGI script on Linux, UNIX variants (via gcc 2.8), and Win32. It includes native support for most popular relational databases and the embedded scripting language is extensible though a C++ API. Included in the distribution are a book about programming SteelBlue, many examples, and a full bulletin board application.
Dealing with the UNIX command line, especially in order to manipulate the file system, is one of the biggest hurdles to widespread use of Unix and Linux. System G was written to provide a simple way to access to the file system in the form of a graphical hierarchy of files and folders.
The Global File System (GFS) is a 64-bit shared disk cluster file system for Linux. GFS cluster nodes physically share the same storage by means of Fibre Channel or shared SCSI devices. The file system appears to be local on each node and GFS synchronizes file access across the cluster. GFS is fully symmetric, meaning that all nodes are equal and there is no server which may be a bottleneck or single point of failure. GFS uses read and write caching while maintaining full UNIX file system semantics. GFS supports journaling, recovery from client failures, and many other features.
The Nebula Device is a free multiplatform game engine currently running under Linux and Windows. It uses OpenGL and/or Direct3D for rendering and Tcl/Tk for scripting. Living C++ objects can be browsed and manipulated at runtime from the builtin console, or remotedly from a minimal terminal based console app. A powerful channel animation system allows any floating point attribute to be animated, and specialized animator classes allow things like realtime bone animation with weighted vertex skin.
The URARFileLib is a small static library that allows you to read files from RAR archives created with RAR and WinRAR. Listing, decompression, and decryption with full RAR 2.0 compatibility is done directly in your application, so there is no need for a DLL or any other external file. It is based on the free unRAR source code by Eugene Roshal, and designed for easy but powerful usage in demos and intros. It is also useful if you want to port your programs since the it is written in pure ANSI C (some parts are optimized in assembly) and supports multiple operating systems.