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Grasp PL/SQL/pgSQL Programming with Free Books
Structured Query Language (SQL) is a specialized programming language originally developed by IBM in the early 1970s. The language is designed specifically for accessing and manipulating data held in a relational database management system (RDBMS).

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Pingus is a free Lemmings clone. The complete project is available and licensed under the GPL. Pingus uses ClanLib as its GFX/Sound library, so it will be playable in both X and Console (640x480). Its a puzzle game developed in 1991 by DMA Design. The player takes command in the game of a bunch of small animals and has to guide them around in levels. Since the animals walk on their own, the player can only influence them by giving them commands, like build a bridge, dig a hole or redirect all animals in the other direction. Read more


  • findwild
    findwild is (yet another) utility program to search for files. It works quite differently from other file search programs you have seen.
  • fldiff
    fldiff is a graphical diff program that shows the differences between two files or a file and a CVS or Subversion repository. It is inspired by xxdiff, which originally was a Motif program but has since migrated to Qt.
  • Freesplitter
    a free, easy to use file splitting tool for Linux (and other unices). It can split files in smaler parts and merge those parts back together, and supports changeble media
  • gatO
    Gtk ATOperation is an interface to the at UNIX command.
  • gclip_select
    gclip_select is a small program that allows you to re-select text from that were selected at one time or another as the X Primary Selection.
  • gcrontab
    gcrontab is a crontab editor for the UNIX cron system.
  • GDU
    displays a graphical tree showing the disk space used by each file/folder like du
  • GEncfsM
    The Gnome Encfs Manager is an easy to use manager and mounter for encfs stashes featuring per-stash configuration, Gnome Keyring support, a tray menu inspired by Cryptkeeper but using the AppIndicator API and lots of unique features.
  • getgui
    getgui is a simple X11 graphical user interface (GUI) box that can be invoked from the command line or from shell scripts to get user responses using buttons and/or key input.
  • giq
    the GNU interactive queue - essentially manages a list of processes
  • GKsu
    a Gtk+ frontend to /bin/su. It supports login shells and preserving environment when acting as a su frontend. It is useful to menu items or other graphical programs that need to ask a user's password to run another program as another user
  • gLaptop
    gLaptop is a software applet for GNOME. It provides easy access to suspend, standby, battery charge level, pcmcia (pc-card) swapping, and two generic "script on/off" buttons.
  • Glipper
    Glipper is a clipboard utility for the GNOME panel. It allows users of Unix-like operating systems to access a history of X Selections, any item of which can be reselected for pasting. Read more
  • gmbar
    gmbar provides a library and a set of programs for producing graphical multibars for dzen2.
  • Gmount-iso
    Gmount-iso is a small tool written using PyGTK and Glade. It allows you to easily mount your cd images. This is a frontend to the 'mount -o loop -t iso9660 foo.iso /mountpoint' command.
  • gMUTOO
    gMUTOO is an elegant service launcher/stopper/monitor that resides in the window manager tray. It has been mostly thought for the launch of daemons (httpd, ftpd, sshd and so on), but it can be used to start/stop pretty much anything.
  • GNOME Clipboard Manager
    an application for managing selections and clipboards. It auto- collects selections on a shelf and has the option to choose which selection is to be pasted. Selections can be edited, manually created, deleted, copied, and pasted. The available selection types are clipboard, primary, secondary, or a custom atom
  • GNOME Do
    GNOME Do allows you to quickly search for many items present in your GNOME desktop environment (applications, Evolution contacts, Firefox bookmarks, files, artists and albums in Rhythmbox, Pidgin buddies, etc.) and perform commonly used actions on those items (Run, Open, Email, Chat, Play, etc.). Read more
  • GNOME Launch Box
    GNOME Launch Box is generally an application launcher. It's very influenced by Quicksilver for Mac OSX.
  • Gnome Process Tree
    displays via GNOME/GTK the Unix processes as a tree or forest; the roots of the tree are on the left-hand side and the leaf processes (with no children) are on the right-hand side
  • GNOME Task Scheduler
    The GNOME Task Scheduler (Gat) allows you to schedule and manage one-time and recurring tasks using a simple GNOME interface. Gat is a front-end for "cron" and "at" but should be simple enough that users can use it without prior knowledge of "cron" or "at."
  • GNOME Translate
    a GNOME interface to libtranslate. It can translate a text or web page between several natural languages, and it can automatically detect the source language as you type
  • gnome-find
    an easy-to-use, but powerful, graphical version of the GNU "find" utility. It is not just a front-end which just forks and execs "find", nor is it a utility that reinvents the wheel by rewriting the "find" utility itself
  • gnome-ls
    gnome-ls is a file listing utility, similar in scope and behavior to the GNU ls utility and tree, but tries to improve on them. It is based on GNOME-VFS.
  • gnome-run-dialog
    gnome-run-dialog uses the same history as GNOME's one, but sorts it alphabetically.
  • GnomeRAR
    an archiver for GNOME based on GTK+ that currently supports only RAR archives
  • googsystray
    googsystray is a set of system tray notifications and easily accessed interfaces to Google Voice, Google Calendar, GMail, and Google Reader.
  • GPing
    a small Gnome applet which pings a host and displays the RTT (round trip time) of the ICMP package
  • GPRename
    a GUI batch file renamer based on Gtk-Perl
  • GProc
    GProc is a program that allow you to manage your running processes with only a few mouse clicks. You can build it as a 'tiny skinnable' gtk application wich takes a small place on your desktop, or you can use the gnome version, wich will dock GProc into the panel.
  • GPytage
    GPytage is a utility that helps manage Portage's user config files with a GTK interface. It supports the package directory structure as well as the traditional file package.[keywords, unmask, mask, use] file structure. Adding, editing, and removing package's from Portage's user config files is easy.
  • Gromit-MPX
    Gromit-MPX is a multi-pointer GTK3 port of the original Gromit desktop annotation tool. It enables graphical annotations with several pointers at once.
  • gsendfile
    gsendfile is a frontend to the Unix tools sendfile and receive. Unlike FTP, sendfile (and the saft protocol), allows asynchronous file transfer via the Internet (similar to e-mail).
  • gtail
    a program, like unix tail, for continuously displaying text appearing at the end of a stream like in log file or with the output of a command
  • GTK xset
    GTK xset IS a graphical frontend to the X command line tool xset. It is a gtk application, designed with Glade.
  • GTK-server
    GTK-server is a standalone binary, which is able to communicate by a 2-way pipe or by a TCP port. The Shell-script invokes this binary, sets up a pipe or a TCP connection and prints the GTK call in plain text to the pipe or socket. The server then sends information back which can be used in the script. In this way, all kinds of GUI's can be created.
  • gtk-splitter
    splits files into smaller pieces and combine them back together. It can also generate a DOS batch file so that the split files can be combined on DOS/Windows systems. gtk-splitter is good for working around file limitations with floppy disks, email attachments, etc. gtk-splitter is coded and tested on Linux, but should work on other POSIX systems
  • gtkdiff
    gtkdiff is a graphical diff tool. It has diff3 and merge features. It's written with GTK+. After gtkdiff-0.8.0, it requires GNOME.
  • GTKMan
    GTKMan is a simple manual page viewer. Manual pages are viewed by specifying their name and optionally the section they are in, just as with the original man command.
  • gtkmotd
    a small utility to display the message of the day in an X window
  • GtkOrphan
    GtkOrphan (a Perl/Gtk2 application for debian systems) is a graphical tool which analyzes the status of your installations, looking for orphaned libraries. It implements a GUI front-end for deborphan, adding the package-removal capability. Read more
  • GtkRecover
    GtkRecover is a GTK version of the console program recover.
  • GTKtalog
    GTKtalog is a tool to make disk catalog: you can use it to create a really small database with images of files and directories of your CDs.
  • GTKtrue
    GTKtrue is a graphical front-end to /bin/true written using the popular GTK+ widget set.
  • gts
    gts is a gnome task scheduler (interface to at and cron).
  • Hashish
    a file and string hashing utility that computes cryptograhpic hashes. It is cross platform and includes a gui front end
  • Hawkscope
    Hawkscope is a productivity tool that allows you to access your hard drive contents quickly via a system tray icon with a dynamic popup menu.
  • IDRA
    IDRA is a GUI that act as a frontend for various terminal apps commonly shipped in a Linux Distro. This give a simple way to monitor system and devices process. This GUI is generatad with GAMBAS
  • im-chooser
    im-chooser is a GUI frontend application featured with IMSettings to choose the input method you want to use. It can also disable input methods entirely on the desktop. This allows you to pick an input method and switch it on demand without restarting either your applications or your desktop.

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