Jun 222009
 

Back In Time is a simple free backup tool for Linux. The backup is done by taking snapshots of a specified set of directories. “Back In Time” in real terms is a nice GUI that holds and stears the most common unix/linux commands to performs backups for you. “Back In Time” has got a nice GUI which works well both for GNOME & KDE (KDE4 and higher)

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Jun 212009
 

Nagios is a free opensource enterprise-class monitoring system released under GPL License. It allows you to gain insight into your network and fix problems before customers know they even exist. It’s stable, scalable, supported, and extensible. Nagios is Stable, Reliable, and Respected Platform with 10 years in development scaling to 100,000+ nodes. From my personal view, Nagios is one of the best if not the best monitoring system and being opensource makes it that extra special. Nagios is simple and at the same time very flexible made possible by the plugin architecture and most importantly as the author puts it, it just works.

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Jun 172009
 

gPodder is a simple, free opensource software (licensed under GPLv3) to download free audio and video content (“podcasts”) from the Internet and watch it on your computer or on the go on your mobile or iPod. gPodder can support feeds from RSS, Atom and Youtube. gPodder is available in most Linux distributions, FreeBSD, Windows and on Maemo-based devices and supports iPod, MP3 player and mobile phones (e.g. Nokia N800 and N810). The user interfaces supported on gPodder are GTK+, Maemo 4, Maemo 5 and CLI.

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Jun 172009
 

WinFF is a simple GUI for ffmpeg, the command line video converter. WinFF will convert almost any video file that FFmpeg will convert. WinFF converts multiple files in multiple formats at one time. WinFF is free opensource software released under GPLv3 license and is supported in Linux and Windows. WinFF supports multiple languages like Brazillian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Chinese Tradditional, Danish, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Turkish.

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