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Changes: This release implements background colors, shadows for the revision/branch box, and diff links in the imagemap. It also streamlines some path handling and defaults. There are now manpages available for the execution and configuration.
Changes: The user for whom a job is run is now logged. The installation script is now more explicit about what it is going to do. A boolean value can now also be set by "yes" and "no". Bugfixes: the bootrun option works again, shell variables containing underscores used to be rejected, the installation script previously didn't check if user fcron was in group fcron, in which case fcrontab doesn't work correctly (it cannot, in that case, read the fcrontabs for non-privileged users).
Changes: This release supports the latest 2.4.x kernels and the newest drives and transfer modes, including udma5 (ata100). Nearly all newer systems can receive a huge performance boost with this combination of options applied to each hard drive: hdparm -d1 -u1 -m8 -c3 -W1 -A1.
passwdd is a client/server packages which allows basic synchronization of password files among different machines. There are Linux/Solaris server and console clients. With Visual C/C++, you can compile the Windows version of the clients. Perl CGIs are included as well. Changes: Binary RPM packages are now provided.
Twin is a text-mode window environment. It turns a text terminal into a X11-style display with window manager, terminal windows, and can also serve as display for remote applications. Each terminal window provides the functions of a text-mode Linux console. Twin runs on the Linux console, X11, libggi, and itself. It supports multiple simultaneous displays, and can attach/detach each display on the fly.ううむ(^^;
abcde is a frontend to cdparanoia, wget, cd-discid, id3, and your favorite Ogg/MP3 encoder (Oggenc is the default). It grabs an entire CD and converts each track to Ogg/MP3, then comments or ID3-tags each file, all with one command. It supports parallelization, SMP, HTTP proxies, customizable filename organization and munging, playlist generation, and remote distributed encoding via distmp3. Changes: Defaults to FreeDB, new VAOUTPUTFORMAT variable, OpenBSD compatibility, new distmp3 scheduler, xingmp3enc support, new -C option, better Ogg commenting, and documentation updates.
Changes: This release fixes a tag/item centering bug in both menubox.c and checklist.c, a cosmetic bug in menubox.c where the cursor got left in the menu box when it first came up, and this release now includes a prefix variable to the Makefile for installing into a binary package build area.
ircGraph is a Perl script that connects to an IRC server to get statistics via the /lusers command. It then puts the stats in an RRD (Round Robin Database) file and generates graphics about the server and the IRC network using RRDTool. It was created to help ircadmins visualize and understand the traffic on their ircservers and in the IRC network. Changes: Creation of stats about the number of servers connected to an IRC network, replacement of the Makefile way of creating graphics by a new Perl script (makegraph.pl), moving the make db command into ircgraph -i, and both scripts have some more error checking.
Load "freetype"の行をコメントアウト、"xtt" を追加。
Changes: This release includes updates from binutils 2001 0309.
Ghemical is a molecular modelling software package with a GUI (one for the GLUT library and another for GNOME) and some nice 3D-visualization tools. It can do all-atoms molecular mechanics and dynamics, athough the current parameter set is still experimental. It can also be used as a graphical front-end for the quantum chemistry program MPQC. Ghemical is written in C++, and hopefully offers a good framework for a generic freeware molecular modelling tool.
Changes: Binaries are now available for most Uni*es and Windows, as well as complete documentation. The new option --pargs sets program arguments on the command line, and the new option --dargs specifies additional debugger arguments. The startup time for big programs has significantly improved. Support for preferences was added, with many user-configurable options. Scrolling the assembly window outside of displayed range is now possible. The Data window can now be separated from the main window. The Memory View now handles editing in non-Hex mode, and it is also can display data in ASCII and another format at the same time. The window settings are now remembered from one session to another. The new command line option --editor-window provides much better integration with external editors. A graphical list of processes is now displayed when attaching to a process. The option to view memory at the address of a given variable is now available in the data and source editor contextual menus, and the option to print a dereferenced variable was added to the source editor contextual menu. Many bug fixes were made.
linuxdoc-make is a bunch of directories, Makefiles, and SGML example bundled together to allow you to create several output formats with just one make command. Localization is taken into account. Changes: This release now allows use of m4, and Makefile building is no longer recursive.DocBook 用ではないのね。
hc-cron is a cron daemon for 'home computers'. It runs specified jobs at periodic intervals and will remember the time when it was shut down and catch up jobs that have occurred during down time when it is started again. Hc-cron is based on the widely used vixie-cron and uses the same crontab format so that it can be used as a drop-in replacement for that program. Changes: This release adds a fix for a buffer overflow with long usernames, and other minor bugfixes
noflushd is a simple daemon that monitors disk activity, spins down disks whose idle time exceeds a certain timeout, and stops writes to them in order to keep them spun down as long as possible. It's mainly used on laptops to save power, but can also be useful to desktop users with noisy hard disks. noflushd requires a kernel thread named kupdate which is present in Linux kernel version 2.2.11 and later. For earlier kernels, bdflush version 1.6 provides equal functionality. Changes: Handling of timeout lists was fixed. The installation location of the init script was corrected. Verbose spindown messages were re-introduced. The name change of kupdate to kupdated in kernel versions 2.4.2-ac15 and 2.4.3pre3 is now honored.
Changes: A Macintosh port, and a couple of minor bugfixes.
Changes: This is the second stable release of Zorp with many new and enhanced features.
Lists the tools, procedures, and hints to get LDP authors up to speed and writing.* updated
PIIX4: IDE controller on PCI bus 00 dev 39 PIIX4: not 100% native mode: will probe irqs later ide0: BM-DMA at 0xf000-0xf007, BIOS settings: hda:DMA, hdb:DMA ide1: BM-DMA at 0xf008-0xf00f, BIOS settings: hdc:DMA, hdd:DMA hda: IBM-DJNA-351520, ATA DISK drive hdb: TOSHIBA DVD-ROM SD-M1502, ATAPI CDROM drive hdc: IBM-DJNA-351520, ATA DISK drive [...] hdb: ATAPI 48X DVD-ROM drive, 128kB Cache Uniform CD-ROM driver Revision: 3.11 VFS: Disk change detected on device ide0(3,64)ということで無事に認識した模様。 CD-ROM は読めたが、DVD のディスクは無い(笑)
adsl.sh is a Bash script to easily manage an ADSL pptp connection (most French "France Telecom" ADSL equipment uses this). It's pre-configured for this kind of connection, but you can easily edit the script to make it suit your needs. It can also update your IP adress on dhs.org and/or dyndns.org, and gracefully restart Apache (if you use VirtualHosts, it's mandatory when IP changes). Changes: Checking if your IP adress has changed, and if it didn't, it doesn't try to update dhs or dyndns, confirmation of a successful update, checking if the Virtual Hosts really work after an update, and if not, it keeps gracefully restarting Apache, considering a connection established as soon as an IP is given even if pppd doesn't say "Login OK" in the logs, and code cleanups.
BioMail is a Web-based application for medical researchers, biologists, and anyone who wants to know the latest information about a disease or a biological phenomenon. It is written to automate searching for recent scientific papers in the PubMed Medline database. Periodically BioMail does a user-customized Medline search and sends all matching articles recently added to Medline to the user's e-mail address. Changes: Compatibility with MS Windows NT/2000, removal of duplicate references from searches, stability increases, moving all databases to dbm format, dependency changes from Mail::Mailer to Net::SMTP, and a fix for a bug which allowed username accounts like 'joe '.ふーむ、ええのお。
unrm is a small shell utility which can, under some circumstances, recover almost 99% of your erased data (similar to DOS's undelete). Read carefully the FAQ file and preferably the Linux Ext2fs Undeletion Mini-HOWTO before using it. Changes: A fix for a bug that allowed only 6 digits inode numbers to be dumped, and a few variables containing the commonly-used program locations (mount, debugfs).
Linux で DVD 映像を再生する方法について(できれば)簡単に説明を行います。とはいえ DVD 付けたマシン (migrate) はサウンドカードついてないからのお。
Backup Copy allows you to keep a mirror of your data. Developed with a 2 dimensional link list recursive algorithm, Backup Copy will copy multiple files faster than standard cp. Its key features include copying 'new files only' and deleting files that no longer exist in the source when copying over a previous backup. When a file is overwritten or deleted due to a new backup, you have the option of trashing those files into a trash bin, providing you a backup of your backup.
Changes: The versioning has been changed to the range it should be in; version 0.61a followed 0.6z, which was a huge numerical jump. Since dialog-0.9a-20010115 from the Debian Linux project actually succeeds this one, this should have a version between 0.6z and 0.9a. Patches have been applied that fix some potential bugs and clean up some of the sources so that there are no more compiler warnings.
Changes: Bugs fixed: checksum calculation in the TOS target, PASV ftp with some ftpds, and multiple iptables-save/restore bugs. New features: fxp support, optimized string matching, counter-restore functions for iptables, tcp-window-tracking compatible with NAT helpers, generic sequence number offset API for NAT helpers, port scan detection matching, and lots of ported features for IPv6.
The Panda PDF Generator is intended to make PDFs on the fly for the Web, but may be used to generate any PDF document you want. Changes: This release includes some major changes to the naming conventions of function calls and as a result, all programs currently using Panda will have to be modified. There have also been a variety of image handling improvements, improvements to the demonstration code, and better font handling.
Wget-new-percentage is an alternative implementation of the print_percentage() function in Wget. The new function makes Wget print percentage downloaded, estimated finish time, and transfer speed while your files download. Changes: This release was fixed to support Wget 1.6 and the newer CVS source as of Feb 2001.
This is about how to write HOWTOs using the simple LinuxDoc markup. It's primarily for Linux Documentation Project authors (and future fledging authors who want to get started fast). If you want to use the more advanced DocBook markup (including XML) see the LDP Authoring Guide.* NEW entry
clone-debian is a Bash shell script to clone the package state of a Debian system. In other words, it replicates the list of currently installed packages from one system to another system. It is fairly simple, but serves it's purpose well. License: GNU General Public License (GPL)
DHCPStatus is a Web-based query tool for browsing information stored in dhcpd's configuration and leases files. It correlates the subnet details that you configure in the conf file with the lease records that DHCPD maintains in its lease file. You can thus obtain an overall picture of your DHCP environment, as well as view details of individual leases for each IP. Changes: This release provides support for DHCPD 3.0 file formats.
Changes: This release includes a fix for curses, improved documentation, outputs for localized PostScript stuff, fixes for i18n with raw X mode, and no longer runs out of colors in the splash window when starting in Motif mode.最近は spreadsheet の話題は gnumeric の方ばかりだったけど、 どっこい生きていたのか。
Changes: This release includes more checking in configure so as to not default a libc's value.(2.5)
Changes: This release includes numerous changes and additions to various command-line options, back-references are now local to the regex, and overall, more conformance to POSIX.2 (for example, bracket regular expressions like [a-z] are now locale-dependant).
Changes: klogd will now set the console log level only if -c is given on the commandline, not overwriting local settings in /etc/sysctl.conf. It will use SOCK_DGRM as well, and re-enables kernel logging. It doesn't make syslogd fail with a broken -a. It will skip zero bytes and not enter a busy loop anymore. A patch has been made to prevent LogLine() from being invoked with a negative counter as an argument.
Changes: The version has jumped to 2.11 to note that libc-4.5.26 is no longer supported; it now now requires libc-4.6.27 (for snprintf). kbdrate has been removed (in kbd-1.05). -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 has been added to CFLAGS. This release avoids loop in fdisk in case of extended partitions without logical devices. last is now much faster with mmap. A PAM patch has been applied to login, which now does setsid in childs. -o bg works in mount work again. simpleinit has been updated. vipw now edits shadow files. tsort has been deleted (that is, in textutils-2.0). rootdev() has been fixed. System types have been added to fdisk. The documentation has been updated.
Emacs*xnlLanguage: Cが入ってた。language-env のデフォルトだったらしい。 外したら問題なく入力できるようになった。
Changes: This release is now under active maintenance again, includes NT and automake support, and some documentation updates.
Changes: This release fixes kernel compatibility glitches, a bug in /proc/bus/pnp/devices, ash compatibility issues in config scripts, some resource handling bugs, some ToPIC bridge bugs, and a CardBus configuration problem affecting 2.4.0 with the apa1480_cb (SCSI card) driver. cardmgr was fixed to cooperate with the 2.4.* hot plug PCI stuff. 3.3V card support was added and IPv6 support was fixed. Support for the new Adaptec aic7xxx kernel driver was added. Support for ENE Tech CB1211, CB1225, CB1410 and CB1420 bridges was added. The PnP BIOS option was re-enabled for post-2.3.37 Linux kernels. The airo-cs driver was updated. cardmgr and cardctl were changed to try several options when creating device files.
Changes: This release includes a new program, scgcheck, to verify the libscg interface on a platform, libscg now always prints SCSI timing to find the reason for aborted commands due to SCSI reset (frequent on Linux), and a unified set of SCSI options to make all libscg users behave similarly
Changes: A fix for a small compile-bug preventing compilation in the 1.2.1 release.
IPTables Linux Firewall is a firewall that uses netfilter in Linux 2.4. It features easy configuration and a DMZ option, logs portscans (limited so they won't flood the logfile), and has stateful inspection, masquerading, and general NAT support. Changes: This release includes bugfixes to the FORWARD chain.