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  • LogMon - A program that will monitor one or more log files, updating when more data is available ala 'tail -f' , within a common terminal window via a "split window". User can scroll up/down/left/right through all the windows. A header displays each frames file name, and number of lines in the file.
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  • Minicom - Linux dialer/terminal useful for establishing ppp and other console use.
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  • Ncurses at the Free Software Foundation (FSF) - Ncurses is software for controlling writing to the console screen under Unix, Linux and other operating systems.
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  • Pip - make any program a filter - Pip is a wrapper for programs that won't use stdin and stdout, but require filenames to be given on the command line.
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  • SanTools: tools for Linux - A set of utilities that includes a file manager Screen Shell, text editor Ned, binary editor EDX, Screen library and some other utilities. The only thing necessary is a web browser (Explorer or Netscape) and you will have a graphic user interface without X11.
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  • Scroller - Scroller is a replacement for the command "while true; do clear; xxx; sleep 10; done". It uses ncurses to redraw the new output much more smoothly, and truncates the output to the size of the screen, without causing the program to abort.
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  • Twin - A console based X11 type windowing system.
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  • Wily Homepage - Wily is a mouse-oriented, text-based working environment for programmers. It lets you interact with your files, directories and other programs through mouse and keyboard operations on plain text.
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  • Zsh - Linux shell - Zsh is a shell designed for interactive use, although it is also a powerful scripting language.
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