Software for Linux
My own projects, primarily maintained here:
- MyEnv -- custom scripts for *ix environment
- LogRider -- better LogCheck replacement
- rpmuncovered -- prepare list of files
either unmanaged by RPM or modified after install,
useful for backups
- ls4sweep -- prepare list
of old daily-created backups to be removed,
based on intellectual schedule policy
- MicroBackup --
simple, but powerful and extensible backup manager
- chconf --
easy switching between multiple system configurations
- EBilling -- unfinished russian documentation
for ultimate billing system developed by Leonid Shalupov
- Samba-related -- various tools and patches,
not included to official branch (smbconfdir, gensmbpass, etc.)
- up2rshare --
small utility for upload files to RapidShare in batch mode
Third-party software, with my modifications:
Another third-party software mantained/packaged by me
can be found in Subversion repository (specfiles, service scripts, patches, etc.)
and/or in RPM form (see below).
My Subversion repository is located on
Remember that most of my software is xxx-specific:
uses command line switches provided
by actual versions of GNU utilities but missed in POSIX, etc.
- Linux-specific (may be you know another GNU OS?;-):
uses BASH instead of pure sh, etc.
all compiling/installation scripts are primarily provided
as part of RPM specfiles, no documentation except RPM descriptions, etc.
uses /etc/sysconfig, etc.
is developed and used by me on the ALTLinux Master only.
ALTLinux is deriviation of Mandrake.
All RPM stuff packaged by me for ALTLinux Sisyphus project is available on
(and on modern Sisyphus site,
but with russian-only interface ;-( )
Remaining RPM stuff is located here in two directories,
so you can mirror it easily by yum/rsync/lftp/...:
There is APT repository for ALTLinux users.
Put following lines to your /etc/apt/sources.list file:
..then rebuild your APT database by "apt-get update" command.
rpm ftp://apt1.homelinux.net pub/apt/ix86 ilya-evseev
rpm-src ftp://apt1.homelinux.net pub/apt/ix86 ilya-evseev
Several packages are signed
by my GnuPG key
since I'm a proud member of ALT Linux Team.
Here is key fingerprint:
A5A1 8C2B A11F 3209 3783 DAAA CB49 C914 E457 31F1
Last changed at 01 January 2006 MSK 07:45
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