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. Last modification on November 24 2000.
Unix guru universe: Reference site about Unix system administration. Last modification on November 15 2000.
The Dotfile Generator: a tool to help the user configure basic things as well as exotic
features of his favorite programs without knowing the syntax of the
configuration files, or reading hundreds of pages in a manual. The idea is that
the user is presented the features with graphical objects like checkbuttons,
entries, pulldown menus etc. All the way, help is available by pressing the
right mouse button. Last modification on November 24 2000.
www.rpm.org: Informations about the RPM format for software packages. Last modification on November 8 2000.
Linuxconf: A graphical system configuration and administration tool. Last modification on May 26 1999.
ACUA: ACUA is a software package designed to facilitate the administration of
user accounts and the enforcement of access restrictions on a Linux system.
ACUA is most often used on systems that host modem pools such as ISPs, BBSs,
school dial-ups, business dial-ups... Last modification on December 16 2000.
Webmin: Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix.
Using any browser that supports tables and forms, you can setup user accounts,
internet services, DNS, file sharing and so on. Last modification on December 6 2000.
cfengine: a very high level language for administrating and configuring
unix-like systems. Last modification on December 18 2000.
Purp: Purp is a tool for managing RPM-packages. Purp uses the ncurses-lib
which means that it's textbased, and therefore can be used on most kinds of
terminals. Last modification on June 10 1999.
Xprm: A graphical manager for RPM packages, written in Python. Last modification on July 26 2000.
GNU cfengine: A tool for administering Networks of Diverse Machines Last modification on December 18 2000.
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. Last modification on September 3 2000.
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. Last modification on March 25 2000.
Gconfig: Gconfig is a router configuration and networking toolkit written in
Python using the GTK toolkit. This is done using the pygtk bindings. Last modification on March 29 2000.
syslog-ng: A portable syslogd replacement with enhanced, flexible configuration
scheme. Last modification on November 29 2000.