[PC-BSD Commits] r21643 - pbi/update

svn at pcbsd.org svn at pcbsd.org
Mon Feb 25 14:22:58 PST 2013


Author: pbiapprove
Date: 2013-02-25 22:22:58 +0000 (Mon, 25 Feb 2013)
New Revision: 21643

Modified:
   pbi/update/pbi-meta-9
Log:
PBI-9 Meta-Update: slrn

Modified: pbi/update/pbi-meta-9
===================================================================
--- pbi/update/pbi-meta-9	2013-02-25 22:22:58 UTC (rev 21642)
+++ pbi/update/pbi-meta-9	2013-02-25 22:22:58 UTC (rev 21643)
@@ -1099,6 +1099,7 @@
 App=rsnapshot;System Utilities;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/rsnapshot.png;rsnapshot Team;http://www.rsnapshot.org;GPL;Text;system,backup,restore,snapshot;rsnapshot is a filesystem snapshot utility based on rsync(1). rsnapshot makes it easy to make periodic snapshots of local machines, and remote machines over ssh. The code makes extensive use of hard links whenever possible, to greatly reduce the disk space required.  It is written entirely in perl with no module dependencies, and has been tested with versions 5.004 through 5.8.1.;;
 App=rsync;Network;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/grsync.png;Wayne Davison;http://rsync.samba.org/;GPL;Text;Backup, sync, file;rsync uses the rsync algorithm, which provides a very fast method for bringing remote files into sync. It does this by sending just the differences in the files across the link, without requiring that both sets of files are present at one of the ends of the link beforehand. This makes rsync a good remote file distribution/synchronization utility in a dialup PPP/SLIP environment;YES;
 App=sdlCC;Games;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/sdlcc.png;sdlCC Team;http://jcatki.no-ip.org/CC/;Unknown;Graphical;game,board,chinese,checkers;This is a Chinese Checkers game, it has 5 AI players, and can easily support more for any hackers out there. It uses SDL and runs great in plain X11. It has some fun effects to liven things up a bit.  Multiplayer is supported on the same computer, although a net player would not be hard to add given the plugin player feature.;;
+App=slrn;News;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/slrn.png;slrn Team;http://slrn.sourceforge.net/;Unknown-Free;Text;news,reader,tracker;slrn is an easy to use but powerful NNTP/spool based newsreader.  It is highly customizable, supports scoring, free key bindings, and can be extended using the SLang macro language.  slrn supports SSL and IPv6.;;
 App=soundKonverter;Audio;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/soundkonverter.png;Daniel Faust;http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=29024 ;GPL;Graphical;audio,converter;soundKonverter is a frontend to various audio converters.  The key features are: - Audio conversion - Replay Gain calculation - CD ripping;;
 App=ssvnc;Network;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/ssvnc.png;Karl J. Runge;http://www.karlrunge.com/x11vnc/ssvnc.html;GPL;Text;vnc,ssh,network;The Enhanced TightVNC Viewer package started as a project to add some patches to the long neglected Unix TightVNC Viewer. However, now the front-end GUI and wrapper scripts features dwarf the Unix TightVNC Viewer patches (see the lists below).  It adds a GUI for Windows, Mac OS X, and Unix that automatically starts up STUNNEL SSL tunnel for SSL or SSH connections to x11vnc, and then launches the TightVNC Viewer to use the tunnel. It also enables SSL encrypted VNC connections to any other VNC Server running an SSL tunnel, such as STUNNEL, at their end. It can be used to perform SSH tunnelled connections to any VNC Server as well. The tool has many additional features (see below for a list).  The short name for this project is "ssvnc" for SSL/SSH VNC Viewer.;;
 App=stress;System Utilities;http://images.pbidir.com/progicons/stress.png;Amos Waterland;http://weather.ou.edu/~apw/projects/stress/;GPL;Text;system,testing;stress is a tool which imposes a configurable amount of CPU, memory, I/O, or disk stress on a POSIX-compliant operating system. It is written in portable ANSI C, and uses the GNU Autotools to compile on a great number of UNIX-like operating systems. <br> stress is not a benchmark. It is a tool used by system administrators to evaluate how well their systems will scale, by kernel programmers to evaluate perceived performance characteristics, and by systems programmers to expose the classes of bugs which only or more frequently manifest themselves when the system is under heavy load.;;



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