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BitNami LAMPStack 5.3.8-0
An easy-to-install environment to develop and deploy PHP applications.
Erlang for Linux R12B-3 1.0
Erlang is a programming language used to build massively scalable soft real-time systems with requirements on high availability.
BBclone is a PHP Web counter on steroids.
Day Planner 0.5.1
Day Planner is a program designed to help you easily plan and manage your time.
MongoDB is an open source database that stores flexible JSON-like "documents," which can have any number,...
PureBasic for Linux 4.51
A programming language that is based on established BASIC rules
IPdump is a tool to generate detailed packet header dumps from....
PEBL for Linux 0.08
This is the main website for the PEBL programming language and execution environment.
HDFView for Linux 2.8
A visual tool for browsing and editing HDF4 and HDF5 files
This is a Python wrapper for Reddit\'s API, aiming to be as easy to use as possible.
\"Graham Barr for doing it all. Damian Conway for doing it all different.\"
GenuineWord combines the quality of LaTeX with an easy-to-use markup language (pure ASCII, almost no tags).
Drive Admin (drvadm) is a storage administration tool....
G-LoginEntry is a GNOME Linux desktop...
PHD Help Desk 2.00
PHD Help Desk provides help desk registry and follow-up software.
avoCADo-CAD For Linux 08.03-preAlpha 1.0
avoCADo is a 3D design and modeling program (CAD) which aims to be a collaborative tool with an intuitive user interface for...
DSR-UU is an implementation of the Dynamic Source Routing protocol that runs in the Linux kernel or in the ns-2 network simulator.
This module implements rotate left, rotate right ...
wxWidgets for Linux 2.8.12
wxWidgets is a C++ library that lets developers create applications
The ``flufl.lock`` library provides an NFS-safe file-based locking algorithm influenced by the GNU/Linux `open(2)` manpage