Interface between MTA and virus scanner/content filtersAMaViSd-new is a script that interfaces a mail transport agent (MTA) with zero or more virus scanners, and spamassassin (optional). . It supports all common virus scanners (more than 20 different AVs), with direct talk-to-daemon support for ClamAV, OpenAntiVirus, Trophie, AVG, f-prot, and Sophos AVs. . AMaViSd-new supports all MTAs through its generic SMTP/LMTP filter mode (ideal for postfix and exim). It is faster and safer to use the SMTP/LMTP filter mode than using the AMaViS pipe client. It supports sendmail milter through the amavisd-new-milter package.
writes a sources.list file based on bandwidth testsParses the list of mirrors downloaded from ftp.debian.org and then based on the region specified by the user each of testes mirrors for bandwidth, at the end it writes /etc/apt/sources.list.d/apt-spy.list using the best mirror it found out.
package management related utility programsThis package contains some less used commandline utilities related to package management with APT. . * apt-extracttemplates is used by debconf to prompt for configuration questions before installation. * apt-ftparchive is used to create Packages and other index files needed to publish an archive of Debian packages * apt-sortpkgs is a Packages/Sources file normalizer.
Simple tool to mail about pending package updatesApticron is a simple script which sends daily emails about pending package updates such as security updates, properly handling packages on hold both by dselect and aptitude.
uniform frontend to running Common Lisp code from the shellCL-Launch will allow you to invoke Common Lisp source code from the shell command line, from a shell script or as a Common Lisp script. It will also allow you to turn your Common Lisp source programs into standalone executables or executable shell scripts (optionally using a dumped image), depending on the features available in your underlying implementation. . CL-Launch will automatically detect a supported Common Lisp implementation and use adequate invocation options. It can also be configured to fit exactly the programmer's desires. Fully supported implementations are: Allegro, CLISP, ClozureCL, CMUCL, ECL, MKCL, SBCL, SCL. Partially supported implementations are: LispWorks Professional, ABCL, GCL, XCL. Creating standalone executables is supported on: CLISP, ClozureCL, CMUCL, LispWorks, SBCL, SCL . CL-Launch also offers Common Lisp programs a simple uniform interface to invocation parameters (command-line arguments and environment variables). It relies on ASDF 3 for system construction. See the ASDF 3 manual for more information on how to configure source and object code location. CL-Launch may dump memory images for fast startup (at the expense of disk space). It can also be used as a quick way to evaluate and print simple Lisp forms or scripts from the command-line without invoking a full-fledged REPL, and to easily compare results between implementations.
CERNLIB data analysis suite - main libraries and programsCERNLIB is a suite of data analysis tools and libraries created for use in physics experiments, but also with applications to other fields such as the biological sciences. . This metapackage provides the libraries and analysis tools (e.g. PAW) likely to be wanted by most users of the CERN libraries who are not interested specifically in high energy physics. It does not provide development libraries or tools; those may be obtained by installing the cernlib-core-dev metapackage or individual lib*-dev packages.