MakeImg enables you to create an image of a device. This device can be, for example, a CD-ROM or disk partition. In case of the CD-ROM the output will be an ISO image.|
syslogd is an utility which receives syslog-messages from a UNIX (Linux, etc.)-computer and logs it to the local
event-file. Because of the event-file, this program will only run under windows NT or windows 2000.|
This article from MSDN will tell you how to install and run this application as a service. Please ignore references to "TP", "SNA", etc.
serread reads one line from a serial port, printing it on the screen, and then it terminates.|
I use this to read the temperature from a Papouch RS232 thermometer.
eventlogtail is a tool which shows the last 3 (number is configurable) events from a configurable eventlog
(Application/etc.) and all the new events that appear in it. It's like doing a "tail -f logfile" on a UNIX computer.|
|A program which lets you view several files at once (like the original tail) in a windowed terminal-window (with ncurses). Colors can be used to emphasize lines. Look here.|
|NBD-Server lets you use an image of a filesystem or even a local partition(!) hosted on a windows box on your Linux machine. For more detailed information, visit the NBD pages at SourceForge. For now, the sources and executable can be obtained here: nbdsrvr.|