Welcome to my software distribution site. I've written this
stuff for my own use, and I thought others might find some of it
useful too. Enjoy!
If you have any interest in downloading something from this page,
seriously consider dropping your state legistators a note about how
damaging the proposed UCITA laws would be!
If this legislation were in effect you would most certainly not have access
to this or most other free software!
See the GNU
page on UCITA for more information.
All free software here is available under the terms of the GNU General Public License. For more information on
the GNU project and its goals, visit
XCLAM, a SCSI user client for controlling tape drives under Apple
MacOS X. Mac X does not actually have any support for SCSI tape
drives, so this program attempts to provide most of the necessary
functions. The project homepage is
VCOND, a console server proxy, monitors consoles attached to a
terminal server and logs console output. It also allows telnet clients
to connect to the console and provides some administrative functions
for those connections and the consoles themselves. For more
information, and the distribution, go here.
New version: 1.1 beta, released 10/14/98.
Last updated 12/28/09