Most of what we procuce we make freely available from
http://www.crufty.net/ftp/pub/ we also have a few products and services
which are not free but that may be of interest.
Our support policy is very simple:- you get what you pay for.
The deal with all of these offerings is that you are welcome to use
them, just don't pretend that you wrote them. If there is a License
file (LICENSE*) its terms must be honoured.
- Secure FreeWare
Our security and crypto related FreeWare offereings.
- The Public Domain Korn Shell is no longer maintained here, see here for details.
- Many UNIX systems do not provide an add user script. This one
works on BSD, SunOS, Solaris, HP-UX and probably many more.
Documentation is included at the top of the script.
- APC Smart-UPS monitoring with apcmon
contains scripts to monitor an APC Smart-UPS.
Handles programming, monitoring and shutdown when needed.
Be sure to have the correct cable (included with
APC's power-chute software) to avoid nasty surprises.
We develop most of our packages on BSD systems,
is the BSD
make(1) utility ported to several non-BSD systems. It
supports GNU's autoconf. You need this or at least the macros in
to build any of our packages (that need compilation).
Both archives are also available from
- picalbum and other pic tools
- A collection of some of the tools I use to manage my photo album.
The Public Crufty Gallery isn't very exciting, most of my pics are of our kids, but you can see what the tools do.
config-sh.tar.gz is a very generic host
configuration tool. A single config tree can support many different
architectures and UNIX systems, and allow a coherent configuration and
tool set to be installed on all.
This is an example configs tree for the above. It is actually a
sub-set of the configs tree here.
- A generic implementation of the System V rcN script.
This is the script that drives Configs
and many others. See rc.sh(8).
DNSMagic is a suite of tools for managing
small to very large DNS installations using CVS and a DNS regression
tool to avoid disasters.
- rtfm(1) is another
man2html script. This one however caches the result such that even a httpd
that is chrooted with no access to the manual pages (like this one) can
present HTML man pages from the cache.
For contractors or others who need to keep track of
time spent on various tasks.
Does everything but print the invoices :-) (another
script does that...)
- Contains uumail.sh,[un]shar.sh and bsplit.sh
You can uumail.sh a large file to someone and it will
be split into small chunks that are individually
uuencoded and shar'd and mailed. At the other end
they can be unshar'd in any order and they'll
automagically reconstitute the original file and clean
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