Small command_line app for quick changing X11 modes.
Added Jul 30, 1999
Essentially, Gvid lets you change video modes under X.
Added Jan 17, 2001
Gman is a user-friendly, graphical front-end for the most-used UNIX commands, man.
Added May 29, 2001
If you are like me, you can't escape the big monster known as Windows.
Added Sep 30, 1998
MultiMouse is a utility that allows you to use more than one pointing device under Linux.
Added Feb 21, 1999
gtKuickres is a dockable wharf app that provides a quick way to change video modes without...
Added Jan 28, 1999
This program allows you to dynamically change things like foreground color and size on an...
Added Dec 26, 2000
The Linux Console Tools is a set of tools that allow a Linux user to set up his or her...
Added Sep 26, 1999
gchbkgrd is a program used to change the desktop background automatically every so often.
Added Aug 22, 2000
This is a GNOME Panel applet designed to change the background on your desktop.
Added Dec 7, 2000
Kindentify is a utility designed to display information about a file that needs shared...
Added Sep 7, 1999
This hardware and driver configuration tool resembles the Windows System Properties and...
Added Aug 7, 1999
The Linux module utilities package is needed to load kernel modules, or compiled drivers,...
Added Sep 25, 2001
This is isodump, which copies an iso9660 image to stdout.
Added Jul 16, 2003
Keepalive allows a program to keep running, even if it closes.
Added Dec 20, 1999
Xruskb allows switching of two keyboard layouts on any particular key...
Added Jan 21, 2003
Scheduler is a simplified Cron that allows any user to execute a specified program at a...
Added Jan 11, 2000
Tpctl is a package of configuration tools for IBM ThinkPad laptop computers.
Added Oct 14, 2003
This program parses information about your system from /proc and creates an easy-to-read...
Added Jul 4, 2000
GNOME Extensible Configuration Console attempts to provide a common location for system,...
Added Dec 19, 2000