The DataBrowser is a Java-based tool for browsing virtually any database. It has been tested with Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL/Postgres, MySQL, DB2, and MS Access (among some others). It requires a Java 2 runtime environment. The DataBrowser allows you to execute dynamic SQL, import and export data, view the schema in a treeview, and view query results in a table view. It also logs all SQL executed with the SQLLog feature.
iSQL(IndependentSQL)-Viewer is a JDBC 2.0-compliant application that can take advantage of platform features such as transactions, running batch modes, and database abstraction. Even in heterogeneous database environments, it supports all database platforms with a JDBC 2.0-compliant driver, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, and Oracle. It provides a variety of tools to carry out both simple and complex database activities.
RealPlayer plays streaming audio and video over the Internet in real-time. It plays RealAudio, RealVideo, MP3, 3GPP Video, Flash, SMIL 2.0, JPEG, GIF, PNG, RealPix, RealText, Ogg Vorbis, and Ogg Theora. It is available for Windows, Macintosh, Pocket PC, Nokia 9200 Series, Nokia 7650, Palm OS 5-based handhelds, Linux, Solaris, and many Unix variants.
jOggplayer is a platform-independent, graphical Ogg Vorbis player developed using Java. It features the usual basics needed to enjoy your files, including playing files from your hard drive or streaming from an URL, individual file play or multiple file looping play, sequential or random play, volume control that goes to 11, a visual song progress indicator, and more. It also Scrobbles to Last.fm.
GWintree is a GEDCOM-based genealogy program. It provides facilities to record, view, edit, and merge genealogy data, and to produce genealogy charts, family trees, and reports in a range of formats, including HTML. Charts can show all relatives, ancestors only, or descendants only. HTML charts allow you to click on a person in your HTML report to see where they are on the chart. Automatic matching and merging of genealogy data between files is supported.
LFT (Layer Four Traceroute) is a sort of "traceroute" that often works much faster than the commonly-used Van Jacobson method and goes through many configurations of packet-filter based firewalls. More importantly, LFT implements numerous other features, including TCP, UDP, or ICMP-based traces, AS number lookups through several reliable sources, loose source routing, netblock name lookups, and more. LFT also distinguishes between layer-4 protocols, which make its statistics slightly more realistic, and gives a savvy user the ability to trace protocol routes, not just layer-3 hops.