Scotty: Scotty is the name of a software package which allows to implement site
specific network management software using high-level, string-based APIs. The
software is based on the Tool Command Language which simplifies the development
of portable network management scripts. The scotty source distribution includes
two major components. The first one is the Tnm Tcl Extension which provides
access to network management information sources. The second component is the
Tkined network editor which provides a framework for an extensible network
management system. Dernière modification le 20 janvier 2002.
System Recovery: System Recorvery is a simple program that can be used to setup a
database of important system files, which can be compared to the original
copies to see if any of them were hacked or replaced by trojans binaries. Dernière modification le 13 novembre 2002.
MON: a general-purpose resource monitoring system, which can be used to
monitor network service availability, server problems, environmental conditions
such as the temperature in a room, or any number of things. Dernière modification le 16 septembre 2002.
GnoRPM: Gnome RPM is a graphical front end to the Redhat package management
system. In that way, it is similar to Redhat's Glint. However, Gnome RPM is
written in C, uses the GTK+ widget set, and doesn't call the rpm executable for
installs, which means that it is faster, and the interface should be more
responsive. Dernière modification le 25 mars 2000.
Gconfig: Gconfig is a router configuration and networking toolkit written in
Python using the GTK toolkit. This is done using the pygtk bindings. Dernière modification le 25 juillet 2002.
Big Brother: Highly efficient network monitor Dernière modification le 4 novembre 2002.