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Open Free Fiasco Firmware Flasher

The ‘Open Free Fiasco Firmware Flasher’ aka 0xFFFF utility implements a free userspace handler for the NOLO bootloader and extended features for flashing, dumping and getting information for the Nokia Internet Tablets. Thus it's a free alternative to Nokia's closed source flashing utility called flasher. . Supported operations currently include, but are not limited to: * generating and unpacking FIASCO images on local device * editing Maemo firmware packages * flashing any kind image type to Maemo devices via USB * "cold" flashing for devices with bricked bootloaders * direct kernel boot without flashing it to NAND * changing configuration of Maemo device (R&D flags, HW revision strings, ...) . Supported are the Nokia 770, N800, N810, N810w, N900, N950 and N9.

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dependently typed functional programming language

Agda is a dependently typed functional programming language: It has inductive families, which are like Haskell's GADTs, but they can be indexed by values and not just types. It also has parameterised modules, mixfix operators, Unicode characters, and an interactive Emacs interface (the type checker can assist in the development of your code). . Agda is also a proof assistant: It is an interactive system for writing and checking proofs. Agda is based on intuitionistic type theory, a foundational system for constructive mathematics developed by the Swedish logician Per Martin-Löf. It has many similarities with other proof assistants based on dependent types, such as Coq, Epigram and NuPRL. . This is a meta package which provides Agda's emacs mode, executable, standard library and its documentation.


MySQL storage backend for Akonadi

Akonadi is an extensible cross-desktop Personal Information Management (PIM) storage service. It provides a common framework for applications to store and access mail, calendars, addressbooks, and other PIM data. . This package installs everything what's needed for Akonadi to work with MySQL as underlying data storage engine. By default, a local MySQL server instance will be started for each user. Alternatively, connection to an external MySQL database is supported as well.


PostgreSQL storage backend for Akonadi

Akonadi is an extensible cross-desktop Personal Information Management (PIM) storage service. It provides a common framework for applications to store and access mail, calendars, addressbooks, and other PIM data. . This package installs everything what's needed for Akonadi to work with PostgreSQL as underlying data storage engine. By default, a local PostgreSQL server instance will be started for each user. Alternatively, connection to an external PostgreSQL database is supported as well.


SQLite storage backend for Akonadi

Akonadi is an extensible cross-desktop Personal Information Management (PIM) storage service. It provides a common framework for applications to store and access mail, calendars, addressbooks, and other PIM data. . This package installs everything what's needed for Akonadi to work with SQLite as underlying data storage engine. Since SQLite is an embedded database engine, a separate SQL server daemon is not necessary. . In addition, the package contains an improved QSql driver for SQLite named "QSQLite3". It can be used by any application that needs to access SQLite databases via standard Qt QSql framework.


Amazon ECR Credential Helper for Docker

A Docker credential helper to automatically manage credentials for Amazon ECR. . Once configured, the Amazon ECR Credential Helper lets you "docker pull" and "docker push" container images from Amazon ECR without running "docker login". . Amazon ECR is a container registry and requires authentication for pushing and pulling images. You can use the AWS CLI or the AWS SDK to obtain a time-limited authentication token. This credential helper automatically manages obtaining and refreshing authentication tokens when using the Docker CLI. . For more information about Amazon ECR and how to use it, see the documentation at https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonECR/latest/userguide/.

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Auto Nice Daemon

The auto nice daemon activates itself in certain intervals and renices jobs according to their priority and CPU usage. Jobs owned by root are left alone. Jobs are never increased in their priority. . The renice intervals can be adjusted as well as the default nice level and the activation intervals. A priority database stores user/group/job tuples along with their renice values for three CPU usage time ranges. Negative nice levels are interpreted as signals to be sent to a process, triggered by CPU usage; this way, Netscapes going berserk can be killed automatically. The strategy for searching the priority database can be configured. . AND also provides network-wide configuration files with host-specific sections, as well as wildcard/regexp support for commands in the priority database.


reliable MTP client with minimalistic UI

Android-File-Transfer is a reliable MTP client with minimalistic UI. Its features are: 1. Simple Qt UI with progress dialogs. 2. FUSE wrapper, supporting partial read/writes, allowing instant access to your files. 3. No file size limits. 4. Automatically renames album cover to make it visible from media player. 5. USB ‘Zerocopy’ support found in recent Linux kernel (no user/kernel data copying). 6. No extra dependencies (e.g. libptp/libmtp). 7. Available as static/shared library. 8. Command line tool (aft-mtp-cli).


lint tool for Ansible playbooks

Ansible playbooks express configuration, deployment and orchestration in YAML format. They can describe a policy you want your remote systems to enforce, or a set of steps in a general IT process. . ansible-lint checks Ansible playbooks for practices and behaviour that could potentially be improved.

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Aozora Bunko viewer

Aozora Bunko (青空文庫, literally the "Blue Sky Library", also known as the "Open Air Library") is a Japanese digital library. This online collection encompasses several thousands of works of Japanese-language fiction and non-fiction, most of them are public domain books/works, and some are the authors wish to make freely available. See https://www.aozora.gr.jp/ . aobook is a viwer for the books/works those are provided by Aozora Bunko.


A D-Bus service for the Apertium machine translation system

A D-Bus service for the Apertium machine translation system, allows Apertium to be used for machine translation for any installed language pair from inside any programming language which has D-Bus bindings. . To use this service you need the Apertium engine installed, and at least one linguistic package or language pair.


Apertium linguistic data to translate between French and Catalan

This is a linguistic package for the Apertium shallow-transfer machine translation system. The package can be used to translate between French and Catalan, both Romance languages. French is spoken in France, and around the world, Catalan is spoken largely in Spain and southern France, although they are also speakers in the city of l'Aluger (Alghero) in Italy. . To use this package you will need to install both lttoolbox, the lexical-processing tools, and apertium, the tagger and transfer engine.


Graphical user interface for Apertium

A Python and GTK+ based graphical user interface for the Apertium machine translation system. Translate text between natural languages in real-time. Uses the apertium-dbus backend.

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Assembly course aid

A virtual machine (a CPU) created for teaching purposes. All the programs are written in Python and are very easy to extend to incorporate new assembly-like pseudo-instuctions. A gtk2-based interface is provided, to help debugging or just examining the execution of programs. Another program permits a tutor to create exercises and write rules to automatically grade the students' solutions.


APT configuration snippet to enable large icon downloads

This package contains an APT configuration snippet that enables the download of an icon tarball containing application icons for display in software centers. Icons get downloaded directly from the archive via regular cache updates, and match the software currently available in the respective archive suites. . This snippet enables icon tarball downloads in large, 128x128px size. If these bigger icons are not downloaded by APT, a software center may decide to fetch them on-demand from a web location.


APT configuration snippet to enable icon downloads

This package contains an APT configuration snippet that enables the download of an icon tarball containing application icons for display in software centers. Icons get downloaded directly from the archive via regular cache updates, and match the software currently available in the respective archive suites. . This snippet enables icons of the default icon size set in the AppStream specification for software centers, 64x64px. It also enables downloads of smaller 48x48px icons.


APT configuration snippet to enable HiDPI icon downloads

This package contains an APT configuration snippet that enables the download of an icon tarball containing application icons for display in software centers. Icons get downloaded directly from the archive via regular cache updates, and match the software currently available in the respective archive suites. . This snippet enables icons in the size of 64x64@2, that are suitable for HiDPI displays.


APT configuration snippet to enable large HiDPI icon downloads

This package contains an APT configuration snippet that enables the download of an icon tarball containing application icons for display in software centers. Icons get downloaded directly from the archive via regular cache updates, and match the software currently available in the respective archive suites. . This snippet enables icon tarball downloads in large, 128x128@2 size that are also suitable for HiDPI displays. If these bigger icons are not downloaded by APT, a software center may decide to fetch them on-demand from a web location.


Generator for AppStream metadata

AppStream is a cross-distribution effort for creating and sharing metadata of software components available in the package repositories of a distribution. It provides specifications for an unified software component metadata format as well as tools to read, write and validate the metadata. . This package contains a tool to generate collection metadata from package repositories. It will extract icons, download screenshots, validate and transform the metadata and return XML or YAML files that can be read by AppStream clients, such as software centers. The `appstream-generator` tool will also generate issue reports as JSON documents and HTML pages.


APT configuration for automatic cache updates

This package contains configuration snippets for the APT package manager to make it automatically update its package cache. . This is useful for systems which do not use a daemon like PackageKit to trigger cache refreshes at convenient times. The configuration will not trigger automatic installation of updates, for this functionality consider using the `unattended-upgrades` utility.


Flat theme with transparent elements

Arc is a flat theme with transparent elements for GTK+ 3, GTK+ 2 and GNOME Shell which supports GTK+ 3 and GTK+ 2 based desktop environments like GNOME, Unity, Budgie, Pantheon, Xfce, MATE, etc. Arc also includes a GTK+ theme for Plank. . Arc is available in four variants: Arc, Arc-Darker, Arc-Dark, Arc-Lighter


Convert between ASCII, hexadecimal and binary representations

This package contains: * ascii2binary reads input consisting of ascii or hexadecimal representation numbers separated by whitespace and produces as output the binary equivalents. The type and precision of the binary output is selected using command line flags. * binary2ascii reads input consisting of binary numbers and converts them to their ascii or hexadecimal representation. Command line flags specify the type and size of the binary numbers and provide control over the format of the output. Unsigned integers may be written out in binary, octal, decimal, or hexadecimal. Signed integers may be written out only in binary or decimal. Floating point numbers may be written out only decimal, either in standard or scientific notation. (If you want to examine the binary representation of floating point numbers, just treat the input as a sequence of unsigned characters.) . The two programs are useful for generating test data, for inspecting binary files, and for interfacing programs that generate textual output to programs that require binary input and conversely. They can also be useful when it is desired to reformat numbers.


command line tool to turn images into ASCII art

This gem provides a command line utility to turn images into ASCII art. It can be used as an executable which may be called from the terminal as well as a library so that it can be used in other programs.


AT-SPI 2 toolkit bridge

This package includes a gtk-module that bridges ATK to the new D-Bus based AT-SPI.


Assistive Technology Service Provider Interface (dbus core)

This package contains the core components of GNOME Accessibility.


Common files for the ATK accessibility toolkit

ATK is a toolkit providing accessibility interfaces for applications or other toolkits. By implementing these interfaces, those other toolkits or applications can be used with tools such as screen readers, magnifiers, and other alternative input devices. . This contains the common files which the runtime libraries need.


Set of lenses needed by libaugeas0 to parse config files

Augeas parses configuration files described in lenses into a tree structure, which it exposes through its public API. Changes made through the API are written back to the initially read files. . Lenses are the building blocks of the file <-> tree transformation; they combine parsing a file and building the tree (the get transformation), with turning the tree back into an (updated) file (the put transformation). . The transformation works very hard to preserve comments and formatting details. It is controlled by ``lens'' definitions that describe the file format and the transformation into a tree. This package includes the official set of lenses.


toolkit for libavifile

Library that allows programs to read and write compressed AVI files (Indeo Video, DivX ;-), etc.) under GNU. (De)Compression is performed with various audio/video plugins (FFMpeg, Vorbis, Win32, ...). Formats like mpeg, mov are partly supported. For more info about usage of Win32, Lame and OpenDivX plugin see README.debian. . This package contains the toolkit for libavifile.


toolkit for libavifile

Library that allows programs to read and write compressed AVI files (Indeo Video, DivX ;-), etc.) under GNU. (De)Compression is performed with various audio/video plugins (FFMpeg, Vorbis, Win32, ...). Formats like mpeg, mov are partly supported. For more info about usage of Win32, Lame and OpenDivX plugin see README.debian. . This package contains the common files which libavifile needed.


AVR watchdog daemon for Linkstation/Kuroboxes

avr-evtd is a simple and small user space interface to the Linkstation AVR micro-controller. It doesn't have a lot of special features, but it's main task is to provide 'keep-alive' messages to the Linkstation's on-board AVR device. . This device controls/monitors the fan, various LEDs, timed power up and two buttons. This daemon provides the necessary initialisation to the device and also stimulates the LEDs depending on various fault conditions. It also monitors a power button (located at the front) and a reset button (located at the rear).