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5 best open source board games to play online
Board games have seen a resurgence in recent years, and Linux has a good range of board games to choose from. There is a credible implementation of Catan called Pioneers. But for my favourite implementations of classic board games to play online, check out the recommendations below.

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Chandler is intended to be an open source personal information manager for email, calendars, contacts, tasks, and general information management, as well as a platform for developing information management applications. It is currently under development and will run on Windows, Mac, and Linux-based PC's. Read more

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  • aftpd
    Anonymous FTP Daemon (aftpd) is designed to make the work of anonymous ftp-archives more efficient, but does not provide facilities of typical ftp - login available only with permissions of an anonymous user.
  • Allegro FTPd
    Allegro FTPd is an FTP server for Linux/Solaris written in Allegro Common Lisp. Because it is written in Common Lisp, one class of security issues, related to buffer overflows, has been eliminated.
  • BetaFTPD
    a GPLed, single-threaded FTP daemon. Although it lacks some functions (in particular uploading and shadow passwords), the current version is extremely small and has pretty much functionality
  • bftpd
    an FTP server for Linux that runs only in inetd mode
  • Bsdftpd-ssl
    Bsdftpd-ssl is an RFC2228 "FTP Security Extensions"-compliant FTP server. It is based on FreeBSD ftpd, so it seems to be a stable and secure solution for authorized user access.
  • Dumb As Fudge FTP Daemon
    a simple FTP daemon that runs on a basic Perl 5 installation without special modules (currently only PERL 5.6)
  • ftpcluster
    integrates a number of individual FTP servers into a single large server. You can think of it as a network disk array with FTP as the access protocol
  • ftpd-BSD
    a GNU/Linux port of the FTP server from OpenBSD
  • GProFTPD
    GProFTPD is a GNOME Frontend for Proftpd standalone with FTPwho, show FTPusers, useradd, userdel and an editor for proftpd.conf.
  • jftpgw
    a very small ftp proxy
  • KcmPureFTPd
    KcmPureFTPd is a KDE KControl module for configuring pure-ftpd FTP server. The goal is to allow medium users to configure their server securely and conveniently, without the burden of knowing tons of command line switches.
  • MetaFTPD
    MetaFTPD is an FTP server with a number of unusual features like 'MODE Z' compress ed file transfers, chrooting, file locking, firewall scripts, XMD5 and XSHA1 commands, etc, etc.
  • mod_ratio for ProFTPD
    a File/Byte Ratio module for ProFTPD. Feature packed and SQL support for storing user credits using mod_sql
  • moftpd
    moftpd is a powerful yet easy to use ftp daemon with good support for virtual hosts, IPv6, encryption, fine grained permissions and internationalisation.
  • mtftpd
    an ftp server with a main objective to obtain a full featured ftp server with the best performance
  • MuddleFtpd
    Muddleftpd is a secure, lightweight and flexible FTP server originally written by Beau Kuiper. The server was designed to allow a vast number of configurations; from closely integrating with the system and using PAM to running as a non-root user with per-directory configurations.
  • MySecureShell
    a secure FTP server that uses SSH. It is easy to install and manage
  • ncftpd_admin
    ncftpd_admin is an easy to use frontend to ncftpd password program. It is writen in tcl/tk.
  • Net::FTPServer
    a full-featured, secure, extensible, and configurable FTP server written in Perl
  • neteK
    neteK is a user-friendly personal FTP and WebDAV server. The program stays in the system tray without using too many system resources. Creating a share is as simple as clicking on a create button, selecting the shared folder and clicking OK.
  • oftpd
    designed to be as secure as an anonymous FTP server can possibly be. It runs as non-root for most of the time, and uses the Unix chroot() command to hide most of the systems directories from external users - they cannot change into them even if the server is totally compromised! It contains its own directory change code, so that it can run efficiently as a threaded server, and its own directory listing code
  • pftpd
    Pftpd is an implementation of an anonymous FTP daemon written from scratch. It uses multithreading (where available) in order to be lightweight, but still have high performance.
  • ProFTPD
    ProFTPD grew out of the desire to have a secure and configurable FTP server, and out of a significant admiration of the Apache web server. ProFTPD is not a hack based on any other server, it's an independent source tree from the ground up. A number of well known and high traffic sites use ProFTPD.
  • proftpd-ldap
    a patch to ProFTPD that enables ProFTPD to do password lookups from an LDAP database
  • Pure-FTPd
    a fast, production-quality, standard-conformant FTP server, based upon Troll-FTPd. Unlike other popular FTP servers, it has no known security flaw, it is really trivial to set up and it is especially designed for modern Linux kernels
  • PurePostPro
    The PurePostPro suite uses Perl and a MySQL database to handle uploads.
  • pyftpd
    pyftpd is an advanced ftp server written in python.
  • stupid-ftpd
    a ftp server, which provides a normal ftp-daemon functionality and a command-line mode. It has got a /etc/passwd independent user database which allows many variations of permissions
  • TFTP Server
    TFTP Server is a multi-threaded TFTP server, which means any number of clients can connect simultaneously. It supports tsize, blksize, and interval options, supports PXE boot, and can be run standalone or as a daemon.
  • tftp-hpa
    an enhanced version of the BSD TFTP client and server. It possesses a number of bugfixes and enhancements over the original
  • tnftpd
    tnftpd is a port of the NetBSD FTP server to other systems. It offers many enhancements over the traditional BSD ftpd, including per-class configuration directives via ftpd.conf(5), RFC 2389 and draft-ietf-ftpext-mlst-11 support, IPv6, transfer rate throttling, and more.
  • Troll-FTPd
    Troll-FTPd is an FTP daemon that does not execute any external program and never switches uid's.
  • twoftpd
    there are two parts to the server -- an authenticating front end, which contains no file or data transfer code, and one of two back ends, which contain all the data transfer code
  • uftpd
    uftpd is a micro FTP daemon with no configuration file.
  • utftpd
    utftpd is a tftpd replacement. Its features include a fine grained access control, giving you the possibility to assign the right to access a file or directory for every single client.
  • vsftpd
    a GPL licensed FTP server for UNIX systems, including Linux
  • wu-ftpd
    wu-ftpd is a replacement ftp daemon for Unix systems developed at Washington University.
  • WvTftp
    an advanced TFTP server. It employs "negative latency", which sends data ahead of time to speed up the transaction
  • wzdftpd
    a ftp server designed to be modular, work under linux/win32/freebsd/openbsd, and to be entirely configurable online using SITE commands



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