This is the GNOME front-end for Linuxconf, the Linux configuration utility. It attempts to configure every possible program from within a single interface.
This package contains various utilities for inspecting and setting of devices connected to the PCI bus. It requires kernel version 2.1.82 or newer (supporting the /proc/bus/pci interface).
Hinv displays the current hardware configuration of the system.This small Perl script attempts to do the same thing for a running Linux system.
IMWheel makes the wheel of your Intellimouse (as well as other wheels and stick mice) work in Linux/X11 to scroll windows up and down or send keys to programs.
GNOME-pilot is a package of utilities for the 3Com Palm&3153; Pilot.The goal is to create a daemon, both for the single and office users.GNOME-pilot also offers a complete set of office-ready extras.
With this handy utility, you can run a command as another user, root, for example. The entire program consists of a pop-up window where you can fill in the desired command, username and password.
These are Bash shell menu scripts for Mp3menu, CD-burning-menu, System-menu, Floppy-menu, Shell-acces, Dialup-menu, Sound-menu and Print-menu.
GTKdiff is a diff front-end program that uses GTK+.Instead of remembering all options for diff, whichis used to find differences between files, you can usethis simple front-end.
This is a Crontab editor for the UNIX Cron system.
KDuMon is a KDE front-end to the standard UNIX du utility. It is designed for looking at your disk usage.The program displays a Tree List structure of the directories ( folders ) on your disk so...
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