System logger new generation -- http://www.balabit.hu/products/syslog-ng/
syslog-ng 1.1.33 -- 20 octobre 1999,158ko (.tar.gz)
libol 0.2.5 -- 20 octobre 1999,148ko (.tar.gz)
syslog-ng is a syslogd replacement for unix and unix-like systems. It has been tested on Solaris, BSDi and Linux, and were found to run reliably.
syslog-ng gives you a much enhanced configuration scheme, which lets you filter messages based on not only priority/facility pairs, but also on message content. You can use regexps to direct log stream to different destinations. A destination can be anything from a simple file to a network connection. syslog-ng supports TCP logforwarding, together with hashing to prevent unauthorized modification on the line. Here is a sample config file. Samba 2.0.3 1 mars 1999
Samba is a suite of programs which work together to allow clients to access a server's filespace and printers via the SMB (Server Message Block) protocol, which is native to Windows clients. Initially written for Unix, Samba now also runs on Netware, OS/2 and VMS.
Changes: Many fixes from 2.0.2, few improvements and additions. Mainly, just a bunch of bug fixes. See the changelog within the tarball for further details.
coda 5.0.1 6 février 1999
Coda is a distributed filesystem with novel features such as disconnected operation and server replication.
Changes: Changed licenseing scheme, better win95 packaging, many many features added. See changelog for details.
watchdog 4.5 -- 26 avril 1999
The watchdog program writes to /dev/watchdog every ten seconds. If the device is open but not written to within a minute the machine will reboot, a feature available when "software watchdog" support is compiled into the kernel.
Changes: Added RedHat patches, made ret an int variable and included stdio.h in src/umount.c.
lm_sensors 2.3.1 -- 1 mai 1999
lm_sensors is an effort to provide some essential tools for monitoring the hardware health of Linux systems containing hardware health monitoring hardware such as the LM78 and LM75 connected via the SMBus (usually found in P6 and P-II systems).
Changes: Bug fixes and support for the PPC architecture.