Ext2 Filesystem Utilities -- http://web.mit.edu/tytso/www/linux/e2fsprogs.html
e2fsprogs 1.18 -- 10 novembre 1999, 810ko (.tar.gz)
The ext2fsprogs package contains essential ext2 filesystem utilities which consists of e2fsck, mke2fs, debugfs, dumpe2fs, tune2fs, and most of the other core ext2 filesystem utilities.


e2defrag 0.71 -- 11 novembre 1999, 54ko (.tar.gz)


RedHat Package Managerhttp://www.rpm.org/
RedHat Package Manager
RPM 3.0.3 -- 6 octobre 1999, 1416ko (.tar.gz)
The Red Hat Package Manager (RPM) is a powerful command line driven package management system capable of installing, uninstalling, verifying, querying, and updating software packages. Each software package consists of an archive of files along with information about the package like its version, a description, etc. It also includes the RPM C library and header files. These development files will simplify the process of writing programs which manipulate RPM packages and databases and are intended to make it easier to create graphical package managers or any other tools that need an intimate knowledge of RPM packages in order to function.


ispell 3.1.20
Correcteur orthographique supportant de nombreux dictionnaires de langues 8bits.
Geoff Kuenning a ajouté le support international et a crée la présente version.
Les langues supportés sont : altamer, american, british, dansk, deutsh, english, espanol, francais, nederlands, norsk, portugues, svenska.

Siag Office 3.1.10 8 avril 1999
Siag Office is a free office package which consists of the spreadsheet Siag, the word processor PW and the animation program Egon. Siag is easy to use, yet infinitely flexible through multiple embedded interpreters and a plugin mechanism that allows other programs to run inside the main document. The supported interpreters are SIOD, Guile, Tcl and Python.


grep 2.3 16 février 1999
GNU grep is based on a fast lazy-state deterministic matcher (about twice as fast as stock Unix egrep) hybridized with a Boyer-Moore-Gosper search for a fixed string that eliminates impossible text from being considered by the full regexp matcher without necessarily having to look at every character. The result is typically many times faster than Unix grep or egrep.


aKtion! 0.3.5 -- 30 avril 1999
aKtion! is a video player for KDE based on xanim. It (xanim) supports many different file formats like FLI animations, FLC animations, IFF animations, GIF87a and GIF89a files, GIF89a animation extensions, DL animations, Amiga MovieSetter animations, Utah Raster Toolkit RLE images and animations, AVI animations, Quicktime Animations and SGI Movie Format files.

GXanim 0.30 -- 1 mai 1999
GXAnim is a graphical frontend for the XAnim movie player program based on the GTK+ widget set. The user can quickly locate a Quicktime/AVI/etc. file, play it, and use basic VCR-like features on the playing clip.

xanim 2.80.1 -- 22 mars 1999
XAnim is a program for playing a wide variety of animation, video and audio formats under X11. Supports Unix, VMS, Amiga, and W95/NT. Formats include AVI, MPEG, Quicktime, Animated GIF, SGI Movie, Replay, IFF, FLI, FLC, DL, Amiga MovieSetter, and JFIF.



xmp 2.0.2 -- 6 mai 2000, 243ko (.tar.bz2)
xmp is a free module player for UNIX distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL. xmp runs on Linux 2.0 and 2.2 (using ALSA and OSS), S/Linux, Solaris 2.5 and HP-UX 9, and has been also reported to work in OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Linux/Alpha and Digital UNIX (an experimental driver for IRIX is included but it has not been tested for 16 bit output). On PC class machines with GUS or AWE cards xmp takes advantage of the OSS sequencer to play modules with virtually no system load. Using software mixing, xmp plays at sampling rates up to 48 kHz in mono or stereo, 8 or 16 bits, signed or unsigned, little or big endian samples with 32 bit linear interpolation. Experimental support for the Enlightened Sound Daemon is included.
The current version of xmp supports many PC and Amiga module formats (including packed, Powerpacked and SQSHed modules). This is the list of for mats currently supported by xmp:
XM (Fast Tracker II), MOD (Noise/Fast/Protracker), MOD (Startrekker/Audio Sculpure), M15 (Soundtracker), IT (Impulse Tracker), S3M (Scream Tracker 3), STM (Scream Tracker 2), STX (STMIK 0.2), MTM (Multitracker), MTN (Soundtracker 2.6/Ice Tracker), IMF (Imago Orpheus), PTM (Protracker), MDL (Digitrakker), ULT (Ultra Tracker), MED (MED/OctaMED), PTM (Poly Tracker), DIGI (DIGI Booster), EMOD (Quadra Composer), OKT (Oktalyzer), SFX (SoundFX 1.3), FAR (Farandole Composer), STIM (Slamtilt), FC-M (FC-M Packer), KSM (Kefrens Sound Machine), WN (Wanton Packer), PM (Power Music), KRIS (ChipTracker), UNIC (Unic Tracker), PRU1 (ProRunner 1.0), PRU2 (ProRunner 2.0), PM01 (Promizer 0.1), PM10 (Promizer 1.0c), PM18 (Promizer 1.8a), PM20 (Promizer 2.0), PM40 (Promizer 4.0), AC1D (AC1D Packer), PP10 (Pha Packer), XANN (XANN Packer), ZEN (Zen Packer), NP (NoisePacker), DI (Digital Illusions), MP (Module Protector), 669 (Composer 669), FNK (Funktracker), AMD (Amusic Adlib Tracker), RAD (Reality Adlib Tracker), CRB (Heatseeker), ALM (Aley Keptr) [48 known formats].


eMusic DR0.9 -- 25 avril 1999
eMusic is a CD/mp3/mod/wav/au player for X. It was designed with the Enlightenment window-manager in mind, and as such is totally configurable. eMusic has the ability to convert WinAmp skins to its native theme format, and can also run in text-only mode.




Amaya 2.2 -- 26 octobre 1999, 4300ko (.tgz)
Dictionnaire anglais -- ,650ko (.tar.gz)
Dictionnaire français -- ,790ko (.tar.gz)
Amaya is the name of W3C's own browser/authoring tool and is used to demonstrate and test many of the new developments in Web protocols and data formats. Given the very fast moving nature of Web technology, Amaya has a central role to play. It is versatile and extensible - new features can be easily added - and is available on both Unix and Windows '95/NT platforms.
Amaya is a complete web browsing and authoring environment and comes equipped with a WYSIWYG style of interface, similar to that of the most popular commercial browsers. With such an interface, users do not need to know the HTML or CSS languages.



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