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Some programs might even be experimental/not extensively tested (so called “alpha” software). USE WITH CAUTION!
See license information in the comment on top of each script file. You must not use any tool without accepting its license!
This tool can be used to extract the boot image from bootable “El Torito”
ISO9660 filesystems (bootable CDs or DVDs). The tool can handle “no emulation”
boot images and floppy images. There is no support for hard disk images,
because those are rarely used. Run with
--help to get information
figdepths.awk prints out the depths used in Xfig graphics
files (FIG 3.2 format). This is mainly useful for further processing by other
tools that only transform parts of Xfig files depending on the depths used in
the files. For example, overlay effects in a drawing in LaTeX's beamer class
can be realized by one Xfig file using different depths and the conversion
tool might need to know the depths used in the files.
maildups.sh is a script that recursively searches a directory
for maildirs. For each maildir duplicates of mails are printed to stdout. Two
mails are considered to be identical, if the Message-Id are the same and the
bodies of the mails are identical. The tool can also be used to print
statistics for the maildirs only.
This tool resizes a floppy image with FAT12 filesystem including boot
sector. The resized floppy images can then be used in conjuction with, e.g.
syslinux, to be burned on and booted from a CD. The tool is based on
mkfloppyimg.sh by Murali Krishnan Ganapathy and Carsten Grohmann
(see top of file). Run with
--help to get information on