Release Digest: General, August 28, 2002
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Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
Open Kylix 3
[ Thanks to Thomas for this link.
Open Kylix 3 was released on 08/22/2002. Go to this link:
Quite a big file size.
Open Webmail 1.71
[ Thanks to Thomas
Chung for this link. ]
Open WebMail is a webmail system written with perl. It is
designed to manage very large mail folder files in a memory
efficient way. It also provides a range of features to help
users migrate smoothly from Microsoft Outlook to Open
Open WebMail has the following features:
multiple language, multiple iconset/style, strong mime
support, SMTP relaying, virtual hosting, user alias, per
user based capability, mulitple authentication modules(unix,
pop3, mysql, postgres, ldap), PAM support, folder/message
management, draft folder, confirm reading support, full
content search, spelling check, auto reply, mail filter,
calendar, event reminder, pop3 support, online password
changing, message count preview, user history...
[ Thanks to Dan for this link.
OpenController is a GPL control application that included
both a GUI Ladder Logic application to create a control
program and a runtime control engine that will execute the
control program in a similar fashion to a PLC. This
application will run on Windows and Linux platforms. It's
based on the wxwindow C++ GUI framework for cross platform
eBdesk Corporate Portal for Linux
[ Thanks to adywicaksono
for this link. ]
eBdesk Corporate Portal for Linux (RedHat 7.2) has been
released by eBdesk Ltd, corporate portal leader company at
Indonesia. eBdesk corporate portal is free for 5 users and
you could download it at www.ebdesk.com.
eBdesk Corporate Portal is a good tools for :
- Collaborations Tools
- Internet Clipper
- many others
This is the first stable release of Privoxy.
Privoxy is a web proxy with advanced filtering capabilities for
protecting privacy, filtering web page content, managing cookies,
controlling access, and removing ads, banners, pop-ups and other
obnoxious Internet junk. Privoxy has a very flexible configuration
and can be customized to suit individual needs and tastes. Privoxy
has application for both stand-alone systems and multi-user
Privoxy is based on
Internet Junkbuster (tm).
At present, Privoxy is known to
run on Windows(95, 98, ME, 2000, XP), Linux (RedHat, SuSE, Debian,
Conectiva, Gentoo), Mac OSX, OS/2, AmigaOS, BeOS, FreeBSD, NetBSD,
Solaris, and many more flavors of Unix.
In addition to the traditional features of Internet Junkbuster, such as ad and banner
blocking, cookie management/protection, and HTTP header
manipulation, Privoxy adds many
enhancements, and new features in the same vein.
Integrated browser based configuration and control utility at
http://config.privoxy.org/ (shortcut: http://p.p/). Browser-based tracing
of rule and filter effects. Remote toggling.
Web page content filtering (removes banners based on size,
HTML annoyances, pop-up windows, etc.)
Modularized configuration that allows for standard settings and
user settings to reside in separate files, so that installing
updated actions files won't overwrite individual user settings.
HTTP/1.1 compliant (but not all optional 1.1 features are
Support for Perl Compatible Regular Expressions in the
configuration files, and generally a more sophisticated and
flexible configuration syntax over previous versions.
Improved cookie management features (e.g. session based
Bypass many click-tracking scripts (avoids script
Multi-threaded (POSIX and native threads).
User-customizable HTML templates for all proxy-generated pages
(e.g. "blocked" page).
Auto-detection and re-reading of config file changes.
Improved signal handling, and a true daemon mode (Unix).
Every feature now controllable on a per-site or per-location
basis, configuration more powerful and versatile over-all.
Many smaller new features added, limitations and bugs removed,
and security holes fixed.
[ Thanks to Diego
Restrepo for this link. ]
Latexss is a
program that can transform a text file with very minimal
style syntax into a self-contained LaTeX spreadsheet powered
by the fp package. A graphical front-end for the command
line program, Klatexss,
is provided to generate both the text or LaTeX file (with
symbolic functions) as the dvi or postscript files with
The definitions in the LaTeX spreadsheet can be further used
to produce graphics through the pstricks LaTeX package.