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perl script to convert an addressbook to VCARD file format
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Located in Package: 2vcard
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Common files for IBM 3270 emulators and pr3287
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Located in Package: 3270-common
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3270-common contains files referenced in other 3270 packages
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Located in Package: 3270-common
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visualisation and analysis for single valued point data
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Located in Package: 3depict
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This program provides a graphical interface for the scientific analysis of real valued point data (x,y,z,value). This is primarily targeted towards Atom probe tomography applications, but may prove useful to other applications as well.
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Located in Package: 3depict
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Packet Capture and Interception for Switched Networks
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Located in Package: 4g8
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4G8 allows you to capture traffic from a third party in a switched environment at the expense of a slight increase in latency to that third party host. Utilizing ARP cache poisoning, packet capture and packet reconstruction techniques, 4G8 works with nearly all TCP, ICMP and UDP IPv4 traffic flows.
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Located in Package: 4g8
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TCP proxy for non-IPv6 applications
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Located in Package: 6tunnel
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6tunnel allows you to use services provided by IPv6 hosts with IPv4-only applications and vice versa. It can bind to any of your IPv4 or IPv6 addresses and forward all data to IPv4 or IPv6 host.
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Located in Package: 6tunnel
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It can be used for example as an IPv6-capable IRC proxy.
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Located in Package: 6tunnel
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