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BRLTTY also provides a client/server based infrastructure for applications wishing to utilize a Braille display. The daemon process listens for incoming TCP/IP connections on a certain port. A shared object library for clients is provided in the package libbrlapi0.5. A static library, header files and documentation is provided in package libbrlapi-dev. Bindings to other programming languages can be found in libbrlapi-java (Java) and python3-brlapi (Python).
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Located in Package: brltty
This package contains all server daemons and management tools for creating, running, and administering a Ceph storage cluster. This does not include the POSIX filesystem server, as that has been split into the ceph-mds package.
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Located in Package: ceph
Ceph is a distributed network file system designed to provide excellent performance, reliability, and scalability. This is a collection of common tools, including the mount utility, that allows one to mount the ceph fs with the kernel client.
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Located in Package: ceph-fs-common-dbg Package: ceph-fs-common Package: ceph-common-dbg Package: ceph-common
This package contains the ceph-mds daemon, used for serving the distributed ceph filesystem on top of the distributed storage cluster.
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Located in Package: ceph-mds
- annotate-output: run a command and prepend time and stream (O for stdout,
E for stderr) for every line of output
- archpath: print tla/Bazaar package names [tla | bazaar]
- bts: a command-line tool for manipulating the BTS [www-browser,
libauthen-sasl-perl, libnet-smtp-ssl-perl, libsoap-lite-perl, libwww-perl,
bsd-mailx | mailx]
- build-rdeps: search for all packages that build-depend on a given package
- chdist: tool to easily play with several distributions [dctrl-tools]
- checkbashisms: check whether a /bin/sh script contains any common
bash-specific contructs
- cowpoke: upload a Debian source package to a cowbuilder host and build it,
optionally also signing and uploading the result to an incoming queue
- cvs-debi, cvs-debc: wrappers around debi and debc respectively (see below)
which allow them to be called from the CVS working directory
- cvs-debrelease: wrapper around debrelease which allows it to be called
from the CVS working directory [cvs-buildpackage, dupload | dput,
- cvs-debuild: wrapper for cvs-buildpackage to use debuild as its package
building program [cvs-buildpackage, fakeroot, lintian, gnupg]
- dcmd: run a given command replacing the name of a .changes or .dsc file
with each of the files referenced therein
- dcontrol: remotely query package and source control files for all Debian
distributions [liburl-perl, libwww-perl]
- dd-list: given a list of packages, pretty-print it ordered by maintainer
- debc: display the contents of just-built .debs
- debchange/dch: automagically add entries to debian/changelog files
[libparse-debcontrol-perl, libsoap-lite-perl]
- debcheckout: checkout the development repository of a Debian package
- debclean: clean a Debian source tree [fakeroot]
- debcommit: commit changes to cvs, darcs, svn, svk, tla, bzr, git, or hg,
basing commit message on changelog [cvs | darcs | subversion | svk | tla |
bzr | git-core | mercurial, libtimedate-perl]
- debdiff: compare two versions of a Debian package to check for
added and removed files [wdiff, patchutils]
- debi: install a just-built package
- debpkg: dpkg wrapper to be able to manage/test packages without su
- debrelease: wrapper around dupload or dput [dupload | dput, ssh-client]
- debsign, debrsign: sign a .changes/.dsc pair without needing any of
the rest of the package to be present; can sign the pair remotely
or fetch the pair from a remote machine for signing [gnupg,
debian-keyring, ssh-client]
- debsnap: grab packages from [libwww-perl,
- debuild: wrapper to build a package without having to su or worry
about how to invoke dpkg to build using fakeroot. Also deals
with common environment problems, umask etc. [fakeroot, lintian, gnupg]
- deb-reversion: increase a binary package version number and repacks the
package, useful for porters and the like
- dep3changelog: generate a changelog entry from a DEP3-style patch header
- desktop2menu: given a desktop file, generate a skeleton
for a menu file [libfile-desktopentry-perl]
- dget: download Debian source and binary packages [wget | curl]
- diff2patches: extract patches from a .diff.gz file placing them under
debian/ or, if present, debian/patches [patchutils]
- dpkg-depcheck, dpkg-genbuilddeps: determine the packages used during
the build of a Debian package; useful for determining the Build-Depends
control field needed [build-essential, strace]
- dscextract: extract a single file from a Debian source package [patchutils]
- dscverify: verify the integrity of a Debian package from the
.changes or .dsc files [gnupg, debian-keyring, libdigest-md5-perl]
- edit-patch: add/edit a patch for a source package and commit the changes
[quilt | dpatch | cdbs]
- getbuildlog: download package build logs from Debian auto-builders [wget]
- grep-excuses: grep the update_excuses.html file for your packages
[libterm-size-perl, wget, w3m]
- licensecheck: attempt to determine the license of source files
- list-unreleased: search for unreleased packages
- manpage-alert: locate binaries without corresponding manpages [man-db]
- mass-bug: mass-file bug reports [bsd-mailx | mailx]
- mergechanges: merge .changes files from the same release but built
on different architectures
- mk-build-deps: given a package name and/or control file, generate a binary
package which may be installed to satisfy the build-dependencies of the
given package [equivs]
- namecheck: check project names are not already taken
- nmudiff: mail a diff of the current package against the previous version
to the BTS to assist in tracking NMUs [patchutils, mutt]
- origtargz: fetch the orig tarball of a Debian package from various sources,
and unpack it
- plotchangelog: view a nice plot of the data in a changelog file
[libtimedate-perl, gnuplot]
- pts-subscribe: subscribe to the PTS for a limited period of time
[bsd-mailx | mailx, at]
- rc-alert: list installed packages which have release-critical bugs
[wget | curl]
- rmadison: remotely query the Debian archive database about packages
[liburi-perl, wget | curl]
- suspicious-source: output a list of files which are not common source
files [python3-magic]
- svnpath: print Subversion repository paths [subversion]
- tagpending: run from a Debian source tree and tag bugs that are to be
closed in the latest changelog as pending [libsoap-lite-perl]
- transition-check: check a list of source packages for involvement in
transitions for which uploads to unstable are currently blocked
[libwww-perl, libyaml-syck-perl]
- uscan: scan upstream sites for new releases of packages
[libcrypt-ssleay-perl, libwww-perl, unzip, lzma, xz-utils]
- uupdate: integrate upstream changes into a source package [patch]
- what-patch: determine what patch system, if any, a source package is using
- whodepends: check which maintainers' packages depend on a package
- who-uploads: determine the most recent uploaders of a package to the Debian
archive [gnupg, debian-keyring, debian-maintainers, wget]
- wnpp-alert: list installed packages which are orphaned or up for adoption
[wget | curl]
- wnpp-check: check whether there is an open request for packaging or
intention to package bug for a package [wget | curl]
- wrap-and-sort: wrap long lines and sort items in packaging files
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Located in Package: devscripts
Fence Agents for Red Hat Cluster
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Located in Package: fence-agents
Red Hat Fence Agents is a collection of scripts to handle remote power management for several devices. They allow failed or unreachable nodes to be forcibly restarted and removed from the cluster.
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Located in Package: fence-agents-common Package: fence-agents-base Package: fence-agents
Global File System 2 - cluster tools
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Located in Package: gfs2-cluster
The Global File System allows a cluster of machines to concurrently access shared storage hardware like SANs or iSCSI and network block devices. GFS can be deployed to build high-availability services without the single point of failure of a file server.
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Located in Package: gfs2-tools Package: gfs-tools
- ghostscript, netpbm, psutils: required for HTML output;
- imagemagick: required for the pic2graph and eqn2graph programs;
- libpaper1: paper size detection in dvi, lbp, lj4, and ps devices (falls
back to a4 if not installed);
- perl: required for PDF output.
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Located in Package: groff
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