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File searching tool which is configurable via the command line
Catfish is a handy file searching tool for Linux and UNIX. The interface is intentionally lightweight and simple, using only Gtk+3. You can configure it to your needs by using several command line options.
universal search and navigation bar for GNOME
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monitoring tool for HP (Compaq) SmartArray controllers
cpqarrayd is a userspace monitoring daemon for HP (Compaq) SmartArray hardware RAID controllers. These controllers usually come built-in to ProLiant, or as a PCI card for ProLiant or Integrity systems. This daemon reports status changes in the disk array to syslog and, optionally, to a snmp trap host. . The default is to only log to the syslog. You can specify traphosts with the -t parameter at the commandline. Multiple traphosts are allowed. . This tool works with the SmartArray drivers found in Linux kernels (cciss and ida drivers).
tool for managing file archives of various types
atool is a script for managing file archives of various types (tar, tar+gzip, zip etc). The main command is probably aunpack, extracting files from an archive. It overcomes the dreaded "multiple files in archive root" problem by first extracting to a unique subdirectory, and then moving back the files if possible. aunpack also prevents local files from being overwritten by mistake. . Other commands provided are apack (create archives), als (list files in archives), and acat (extract files to standard out).
ncurses based frontend to audacious
Audtty is an ncurses based terminal frontend to the Audacious Media Player. It is a fork of xmms-curses and is designed to be lightweight and intuitive to use. . Audtty makes it easy to control the Audacious Media Player from the command line whether locally or remotely.
Simple mixer control program with GUI and text interfaces
aumix is a small, easy-to-use program to control the mixer of your sound card. It runs in text mode using the ncurses library, or from the command line (non-interactively). It can read default settings from a file, and it can also automatically save and restore the mixer settings at shutdown and boot. . Additionally this version can be run as a GTK+ app, i.e. with a graphical interface. It can also still run in text-only mode, though.