LPRng printing server
- This package contains the LPRng enhanced UNIX print server needed to
provide printing services to clients compatible with the lpr or LPRng
NFS automount daemon
- amd is the Berkeley automount daemon. It has the ability to automatically
mount filesystems of all types, including NFS filesystems, CD-ROM's, and
local drives, and unmount them when they are not being used any more.
The default setup allows you to 'cd /net/[hostname]' and get a list of
directories exported from that host.
HTTP server daemon to provide WWW services
- The Apache web server is the best free web server available in the UNIX
world today. It uses HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) to allow web
browsers to view documents and submit data remotely. It has the ability
to perform a number of different functions, including proxying and
caching, and offers features such as a status monitor, dynamic type
conversion, and more.
Recompiled with gcc272 pentium pl9
-O6 -mpentium -fomit-frame-pointer
BIND - DNS name server
- Includes the named.init name server, which is used to define host name
to IP address translations (and vice versa). It can be used on
workstations as a caching name server, but is generally only needed
on one machine for an entire network.
DNS documentation - Bind Operations Guide (BOG), RFC's and other.
- Documentation for the BIND name server and utilities. The Bind Operations
Guide describes the name server and it's configuration. The rfc's describe
the protocol standards used in the BIND server. A FAQ file is also included.
- a high speed, lightweight web server (HTTP protocol).
based on direct use of the select(2) system call, it
internally multiplexes all connections without forking,
for maximum speed and minimum system resource use.
Daemon to give old Sun clients booting information
- This program is used to supply startup information to older computers that
don't speak the bootp protocol, such as Sun workstations.
caching proxy for www/ftp/gopher
- This is a special distribution that contains only the Harvest object
cache. The cache is an element of the Harvest Information Discovery and
Access System, offering high performance proxy caching for Mosaic,
Netscape, Lynx, and other World Wide Web clients. It supports URLs via
HTTP, FTP, and Gopher.
CMU SNMP agent
- This is a derivative of the original Carnegie Mellon University
Simple Network Management Protocol. It is useful for managing
networks and doing accounting.
Cubic Circle POP3 mail daemon
- Cubic Circle's POP3 daemon has support for just about everything
including APOP, UIDL, flexible authenication mechanisms including hooks for
RADIUS and shadow. It can also be used as a standalone daemon for heavy POP
traffic systems. It's fast and it's small. Please read the README for
Dynamic Host Configuragtion Protocol Daemon
- The Internet Software Consortium DHCP Server, dhcpd, implements the
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and the Internet Bootstrap
Protocol (BOOTP). DHCP allows hosts on a TCP/IP network to request and be
assigned IP addresses, and also to discover information about the net-
work to which they are attached.
- This is an Internet Draft (draft-ietf-dhc-dhcp-07) and RFC1541
compliant DHCP client daemon. It gets an IP address and other
information from a corresponding DHCP server, configures the network
interface automatically, and tries to renew the lease time according
to RFC1541 or the Internet Draft depending on the command line option.
(packaged by firstname.lastname@example.org)
Daemon that provides on demand IP links via SLIP or PPP.
- The purpose of diald is to make it transparently appear that you have a
permanent connection to a remote site. Diald sets up a "proxy" device
which stands in for the physical connection to a remote site. It then
monitors the proxy, waiting for packets to arrive. When interesting
packets arrive it will attempt to establish the physical link to the
remote site using either SLIP or PPP, and if it succeeds it will forward
traffic from the proxy to the physical link. As well, diald will monitor
traffic once the physical link is up, and when it has determined that the
link is idle, the remote connection is terminated. The criteria for
bringing the link up and taking it down are configurable at run time, and
are based upon the type of traffic passing over the link.
GNU MP is a library for arbitrary precision arithmetic.
- GNU MP is a library for arbitrary precision arithmetic, operating on signed
integers, rational numbers, and floating point numbers. It has a rich set
of functions, and the functions have a regular interface.
logs TCP and ICMP connections to syslog.
- These two programs let you log tcp and icmp connections in syslog,
along with the hostname. They are just something I whipped up quickly,
and could be improved alot - especially the icmp logging program.
Utilities for ISDN connections
- This package includes the utilities necessary to establish and monitor an
- ident daemon with configurable reply
NetWare file/print server that runs under Linux
- MARS is a NetWare compatible file and printer server. It lets you use
a Linux machine as a file and print server for NetWare based clients
using NetWare's native IPX protocol suite.
network-aware replacement for write(1)
- A version of write(1) that supports connections across the net.
Includes writed(8). Derived from MIT Athena code, cleaned up and fixed.
NFS server daemons
- The NFS and mount daemons are used to create an NFS server which
can export filesystems to other machines. This package is not
needed to mount NFS filesystems -- that functionality is already
in the Linux kernel.
Provides support for POP3 mail.
- POP3 daemon from QUALCOMM.
- NEC Socks5 server
Squid Internet Object Cache
- Squid is a caching proxy for www/ftp/gopher
The user 'nobody' with group 'nobody' has to exist before installing the rpm
(in the RedHat-distribution it exists normally).
Please read the documentation-Files!!
Network Time Protocol utilities
- This package contains utilities and daemons to help synchronize your
computer with the rest of the world. It includes ntpdate, a program
similar to rdate, and xntpd, a daemon which continually keeps your
machines clock accurate, even when you aren't connected to the 'net.
- NIS/YP server.