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Highly Optimized Radio Scanning Tool
horst is a small, lightweight IEEE802.11 wireless LAN analyzer with a text interface. Its basic function is similar to tcpdump, Wireshark or Kismet, but it's much smaller and shows different, aggregated information which is not easily available from other tools. It is mainly targeted at debugging wireless LANs with a focus on ad-hoc (IBSS) mode in larger mesh networks. It can be useful to get a quick overview of what is happening on all wireless LAN channels and to identify problems. . * Shows signal/noise values per station * Calculates channel utilization ("usage") by adding up the amount of time the packets actually occupy the medium * "Spectrum Analyzer" shows signal levels and usage per channel Graphical packet history, with signal/noise, packet type and physical rate * Shows all stations per ESSID and the live TSF per node as it is counting * Detects IBSS "splits" (same ESSID but different BSSID \u2013 this is a common driver problem) * Statistics of packets/bytes per physical rate and per packet type * Has some support for mesh protocols (OLSR and batman) * Can filter specific packet types source addresses or BSSIDs * Client/server support for monitoring on remote nodes
Visualize atomic structures
V_Sim visualizes atomic structures such as crystals, grain boundaries, molecules and so on (either in binary format, or in plain text format). . The rendering is done in pseudo-3D with spheres (atoms) or arrows (spins). The user can interact through many functions to choose the view, set the bindings, draw cutting planes, compute surfaces from scalar fields, duplicate nodes, measure geometry... Moreover V_Sim allows one to export the view as images in PNG, JPG, PDF (bitmap), SVG (scheme) and other formats. Some tools are also available to colorize atoms from data values or to animate on screen many position files.
JACK Audio Mixer
jack_mixer is an audio mixer for JACK with a look similar to its hardware counterparts. Many features are available, here is a short list: . - Mix any number of input channels (mono or stereo). - Control balance and faders with MIDI commands. - Handle session management with LASH. - Create as many outputs as necessary. - Quickly monitor inputs (PFL) and outputs.
graphical system status monitor
ProcMeter displays constantly updating graphs of system information. Many different graphs are supported, including: . APM and ACPI information. Mailbox monitoring. Date, time, uptime. Amount of free and used disk space. Size, number of lines, rate of growth of log files. Amount of used and free memory and swap. Traffic on network devices. Load average, number of processes running and starting. Low level system statistics like CPU usage, disk usage and swapping. CPU clock speed. Wireless network link quality. . As if all that wasn't enough, procmeter is designed to be easily extendable via plugins. . Procmeter can use either the Athena or the GTK+ widgets. It also supports display on small LCD screens using the Linux lcdproc driver.
Utility to produce UTF-8 (Unicode) output
This package contains a command-line tool that can produce UTF-8 (Unicode) strings in various ways and direct them to standard output, standard error or direct to the terminal without the need for shell support. Strings can be repeated, delayed, randomly-generated, written to arbitrary file descriptors, interspersed with other characters and generated using ranges. Printf(1)-style escape sequences are supported along with extended escape sequences. utfout(1) Sits somewhere between echo(1) and printf(1).
core binaries for the KDE Plasma Workspace
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