boclient is a remote windows administation tool which uses BackOrifice or NetBus servers on Windows. It is an improvement of version 1.21. Most recent versions have GNU readline support, NetBus commands, portability to other platforms (BeOS, QNX and 64bit architectures like Alpha) and async network I/O.
exportSQL is a script to export all tables in a MS-Access database file to several text files containing SQL instructions: one to delete tables which are about to be created, another to create tables, and one to insert data into the new tables. The resulting table structure and data will resemble the current Access database as much as possible.
PLies is a Perl script used to split an input HTML file into multiple slides which are then presented using CSS. Slides can be navigated using the keyboard, the presentation can be packed as zip file for distribution, and arbitrary Perl code (like the included example to create HTML bar graphs) can be executed while creating the presentation.
mon modules is collection of modules for mon which include an advanced PostgreSQL monitor, a SAP R/3 monitor, a TCP connection and chat monitor which works through a SOCKS server, HTTP and FTP server for "bounce" testing, and a WAP cgi-bin client that lets you check the status of your servers using a WAP phone and SMS sending script which uses smstools.
cricket modules is collection of modules for cricket which use SSH to acquire data from remote hosts with minimal or no installation on the monitored host. It includes monitors for maillog, iptraf, disk space, BIND 9, NTP servers, HP OmniBack, PostgreSQL, and WiFi using the Linux hostap driver. It also includes a script to produce daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly overviews of all cricket graphs on one page with the ability to dynamically show or hide graphs to enable quick glance on important graphs only.
Perl Snapshot Is Not Incremental Backup backs up Samba (or Microsoft Windows) shares to central disk space using LinNeighborhood mount scripts as configuration files. The disk space is organized into multiple directories named after the server, share, and date. Each dated directory contains a snapshot of all the files on the exported share on the particular date. Disk usage is reduced by using hardlinks to keep multiple full copies of files available.
Re: Terrible Name
I agree totally. However, that name was introduced back in beginning of development and stuck until now. I'm open for suggestions.
OOH, psinib has plan to support rsync hosts, ssh and even local disks. However, I don't have any estimated release date for those features.
support for Microsoft Access 2000
Lates changes to this project include additional
note about modules which are
required to be checked in Tools/References for
this module to work.
If you had problems with this module, add
Microsoft DAO Object Library and uncheck
Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects Library.