Collection of freeware utilities and/or source code. Some are GUI and others are CLI.
Gui utility to probe and monitor the core temperatures of Intel i7 processors in Linux GUI environments.
Readings update every 3 seconds and outputs are colour coded using the form:
1. Green - Cool (0c <= 59c)
2. Yellow - Under Load (60c <= 79c)
3. Red - Within 20c of Tj Max ( >= 80 )
Do not allow your cores to reach 98c which is the threshold given by Intel of a severe heat issue in your system build.
LOC is a python command line utility to display the individual lines of code and the overall metric after an entire directory and its sub directories have been traversed.
LOC is invoked using the form:python loc.py ENTRY_PATH EXTENSION_1,EXTENSION_2,...,EXTENSION_N
You need specify at least one extension. Multiple extensions are optional albeit supported. LOC ignores comments found in source code files. All operations are read-only.
WF is a wipe file binary for unix/linux to fill files with a pattern definable within a character array and thereafter securely remove the file from the file system. It is very simple and effective. Personnel can invoke wf to dispose of file contents safely which will inherit intellectual property (IP) and/or data sensitive contents to ensure files are thereafter unrestorable on removable media.
Invoke the software using the command "wf" from a terminal excluding the quotes.
WF includes minor flags to adjust the operation of filling files and supports deleting files after a fill operation has taken place.
To simply fill files, invoke wf and include space separated file paths for the files you wish to fill. Alternatively to delete files after they have been filled you may use the form:
The "-d" flag informs the process to delete the files after they have been filled. If you want to fill files with random data to make it appear that no prior fill operation has taken place then replace "-d" with "-rd". If you want to apply a random pattern to file filling without file removal thereafter, simply use the "-r" flag without the appended "d".
WF can fill and prune all contents within directories and any sub directories therein. To use this feature, provide the "-rdd" flag. If you wish to fill the contents of the current working directory from a terminal, you may use the form:
List Wizard is a multi-function list manipulation tool for seemlessly managing various data processing tasks via lists.