there are some more small apps as mentioned here on the page, just take a look at the cvs tree to see them all
Simple bootmanager for x86 inspired by Booteasy and OpenBSD MBR code.
Execute program periodically, showing output fullscreen. A free counterpart to GNU watch.
Select cheapest phone provider in Germany. (uses databases from www.billiger-telefonieren.de)
This tool is still a dirty hack, even if it works. It's discontinued and I have no plans to release it. Thus if you want to play with, check out it from the cvs.
- Browse CVS: src/tgeb
dima's dyndns updater -- yet another dyndns tool
- Browse CVS: src/dddup
`graphical' throughput-meter for OpenBSD's network interfaces
- Browse CVS: src/netmet2
a result of some studies: a turing machine with infinity tape
- Browse CVS: src/turing
- Browse CVS: src/bf
The last release of OpenBSD includes a new monitoring mode in its audio daemon aucat(1).
Thus, this little hack visualizes anything, what is being played using this new mode, no matter where the sound data came from.
- Browse CVS: src/spectrogram
Used libs: sndio, SDL, fftw3
A very nice and small bootmanager written by Serge Vakulenko in 1995.
Here is a patched version with some cosmetic improvements like new labels for OpenBSD, NetBSD and Plan 9
- Download: booteasy-1.7.1.tar.gz [16KB] - MD5
- Original: ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/3.5/tools/booteasy/
- Browse CVS: src/booteasy
Thunderbird PGP extention compiled for OpenBSD i386
- Download version 0.94.0 for OpenBSD 3.9 (Thunderbird 1.5.x): enigmail-0.94.0-openbsd-i386.xpi
- Download version 0.93.0 for OpenBSD 3.8 (Thunderbird 1.0.x): enigmail-0.93.0-openbsd-i386.xpi
- Download version 0.92.0 for OpenBSD 3.7 (Thunderbird 1.0.x): enigmail-0.92.0-openbsd-i386.xpi
- For other platforms or source code visit http://enigmail.mozdev.org
simple GTK clone of WriteRoom/DarkRoom for the *NIX world
- Browse CVS: src/writeroom
Port of AVR SP12 programmer to OpenBSD with some impovements and clean-up.
- Requires kern.securelevel ≤ 0 or machdep.allowaperture > 0 (see sysctl(3) for details)
- Browse CVS: src/sp12
fake RLIMIT_AS as required by some bogus Linux apps
- Browse CVS: src/lkm/rlimit
here are some ports available on CVS:
- ports/devel/zziplib libZ-based ZIP-access Library
- ports/net/ez-ipupdate client for dynamic IP service
- ports/plan9/drawterm Plan 9 terminal emulator
- ports/x11/xbelld small daemon replacing the standatd X Window System terminal bell
access to anonymous CVS
- password: anoncvs
- protocol: ssh
alternatively you can also use WebCVS frontend