The following packages are
widely and freely available:
- The OS/2 Command Line Utilities, a suite of useful command-line utilities for performing a wide variety of tasks;
- A Tagline Manager for OS/2, for use with off-line and on-line mail reading programs;
- The 32-bit Unicode Console API, a 32-bit console subsystem to replace the 16-bit console API that exists in IBM OS/2 even today;
- The 32-bit Command Interpreter, a modular and extensible replacement for the 16-bit CMD that IBM bundles with OS/2 Warp 4;
- The Internet Utilities, a suite of Internet Utilites for OS/2 including DNS, SMTP, and IM2000 servers and DNS, SMTP, IM2000, and NNTP clients.
Unix and Linux
nosh package, containing a system manager, a service manager, process control tools, and various other system utilities.
redo — my from-the-ground-up implementation
Daniel J. Bernstein's idea,
my improvements to the redo scripts that were implemented by Alan Grosskurth.
Daniel J. Bernstein's ptyget, clockspeed, djbdns, publicfile, daemontools, and ucspi-tcp packages all in one
incorporating my previously standalone
minor softwares for use with Dan Bernstein's djbdns
minor softwares for use with Dan Bernstein's ucspi-tcp.
- A slightly different C++ pre-processor.
- An improved version of Uwe Ohse's uschedule.
Unix and Linux
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