The 'mii-diag' program for Linux reports the link status as read from the MII transceiver management registers. It works with most of the Fast Ethernet device drivers, and is able to change some settings, such as fullduplex/halfduplex/autosense and 10/100MBit-operation. It also provides information about the link partner's capabilities.
schedtool interfaces with the Linux CPU scheduler. It allows the user to set and query the CPU-affinity and nice-levels of processes, as well as all scheduling policies, like batch or real-time (RR/FIFO) classes and their priorities. All special scheduling classes of the -ck kernel patchset are also supported.
Source Navigator NG is based upon Red Hat's Source Navigator. Source Navigator is a source code analysis tool. With it, you can edit your source code, display relationships between classes and functions and members, and display call trees. You can navigate your source code and easily get to declarations or implementations of functions, variables, and macros, which helps you discover and map unknown source code for enhancement or maintenance tasks. Source Navigator NG tries to improve usability and performance.
release 2.2 has serious memleaks
Fortunately these are patched in the debian package.
As the author proves to be very unresponsive I opened a svn repository containing numerous fixes is available at
Re: useful but buggy
> 2. The split command doesn't work the
> way the man page claims it does; you
> have to do "-c 2" instead.
Actually, you have to do a bit more; to get the (l)eft channel:
sox (inputfile) -c 1 (outputfile) avg -l
or the (r)ight:
sox (inputfile) -c 1 (outputfile) avg -r
The -c 1 is an outputfile-switch and tell it you only want one channel output.
Additionally the RH9-supplied version is buggy and the avg-filter will do straight nothing.