A curated list of awesome command-line frameworks, toolkits, guides and gizmos. Inspired by awesome-php. This awesome collection is also available on Unix-Shell.ZEEF.com.
A set of utility functions for iterators, functions, and dictionaries.
A curated list of command line apps.
In order to get maximum capability of these utilities, you should be running with a kernel that provides support of the GPUs you have installed. If using AMD GPUs, installing the latest amdgpu driver package or the latest ROCm release, may provide additional capabilities. If you have Nvidia GPUs installed, you should have nvidia-smi installed in order for the utility reading of the cards to be possible. Writing to GPUs is currently only possible for AMD GPUs.
A collection of free homebrew games for a number of (emulated) systems, packaged for easily running on a Retropie.
The file renaming utilities (renameutils for short) are a set of programs designed to make renaming of files faster and less cumbersome.
The file renaming utilities consists of five programs - qmv, qcp, imv, icp and deurlname.
This is the set of code and utilities for running and managing the tilde.club server.
An impressive collection of research papers, exploits, and utilities.
Go to this site and it'll tell you what your IP address and hostname are, what port you connected from, and what web browser you're using.
Software that you can copy onto a USB key and run from any Windows system without having to actually install it.
A Windows password cracker that uses rainbow tables. A LiveCD is also available.
textfiles.com now offers the contents of entire BBS file and shareware CD-ROMs for download. Some of these are quite famous.
A utility that works like the top utility of Unix machines, only it watches MySQL threads to tell you what they're doing and how busy they are. Useful for figuring out where your apps are bogging down.
A utility for Windows XP and Vista that makes it easy to reinstall your system because it hunts down and packages up every device driver installed on your system, zips them up, and asks you to save them off somewhere. After the reinstall, DriverMax will help you reinstall them.
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