ssmart is a little Perl script to store a secure shell identity/cfs passwords blowfish encrypted to a smartcard. There will be no local copy of your identity on your hard drive, or even worse on an NFS share. It also allows you to quick mount all stored cfs directories, and it has a GNOME GUI (useful if you want it to use it with your .xinitrc). It uses the smartcard program to interact with the chipdrive.
I mean the slow general loading of thumbnails in a directory. Since the GUI is only updated when i single thumbnail was created or loaded from the chache, the GUI becomes very sluggy and unusable while loading directories with a lot of images, or with big images. A nice feature would be, if it not only loads the images from start to end, it should load the thumbnails there where you look on the list, like gqview does.
what a wonderful piece of software. the only thing which is a bit debiting is the only per second refresh rate while loading images, especially when loading large directories. but one thing got notably better since the last release i tried is, that is does not uses XFree anymore while loading images, the system always got unusable since xfree runs mostly with in a lower nice level. i guess this could get a full worthy replacement for gqview, and plus, it does have the memory leak featues of gqview (nice!).