Aqui está uma lista de sugestão que irá provavelmente ao meu "Extra", no Backtrack 4 na versão brasileira, quem quiser voltar ou sugerir, digite o numero + nome do pacote (ex.: 1. WhoIs, 2.KDing e assim por diante... ), você poderá votar em até 10 itens da enquete:

1. WhoIs

Content KDE-Apps.org
Description:
WhoIs is developed in C#. It's a tool to query Whois servers that runs either on Mono or .NET Framework.
It allows to obtain informations about a domain name owner by querying Whois search services provided by Internet registers.

Requirements
Mono 2.0 or .NET Framework 3.5

Current Status
Supported languages :
- English
- French

Supported platforms :
- Linux
- Windows

To Do
- Add MacOS support
- Add other TLDs support

License: GPL

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2. KNemo

KNemo KDE-Apps.org

Description:
Many thanks to HagbardCeline who wrote and developed KNemo up through version 0.4.8. He kindly handed over future maintenance to me.

KNemo - the KDE Network Monitor

A detailed review of KNemo can be found at Softpedia:
http://www.softpedia.com/reviews/linux/ ... 3310.shtml

KNemo offers a network monitor similar to the one found in Windows. For every network interface it displays an icon in the systray.

To configure KNemo, go to System Settings / Network Settings / Network Monitor and configure which interfaces you want to monitor.

Users upgrading from KDE 3 versions of KNemo can migrate by copying their knemorc file to the appropriate config directory. On many distributions this is ~/.kde4/share/config. If you also move your statistics files, remember to update the location in knemorc.

Version 0.5.1 and later also stores the configured icon set differently. Users upgrading from 0.5.0 or earlier should run KNemo's config in System Settings to make sure that the icon set is what they expect.

Changelog:
Version 0.5.2:
* fix config dialog so it preserves new position and size settings
* events work again
* sys backend uses iwlib instead of deprecated /sys/class/net/*/wireless
* backends check the wireless access point for the encryption status
* each monitored interface creates a plotter on startup but keeps it hidden; this way the plotter already has a history before it's made visible for the first time
* don't inadvertently force libiw as a dependency
* take range (or lack of it) into account when showing wireless link quality
* if there is no config file, KNemo will monitor the default route interface; this should reduce confusion for first time users while remaining discreet
* sys backend is now the default

License: GPL

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3. KWakeOnLan

KWakeOnLan KDE-Apps.org

Description:
KWakeOnLan is a graphical front end for sending Wake On Lan packets to your computer. WOL packets cause a target computer to wake up. This appliation allows you to wake any computer from Mac address, and also to store that address for future waking.

Usage
Extract the tarball
./kwakeonlay.py

License: GPL

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4. KDing

KDing KDE-Apps.org

Description:
KDing is a KDE port of Ding (http://www-user.tu-chemnitz.de/~fri/ding/), a dictionary lookup program. It is a simple program sitting in KDE's system tray that can translate the current clipboard content. The user can also enter a single word or a phrase for translation.
KDing is intended to translate between German and English, but it can be used for every language for which a word list is available for Ding.

Changelog:
0.5.1

- added options how to position the window and how to handle clicks on the system tray icon
- fixed sorting algorithm to match the sort order of Ding again
- the result display now honors KDE's global font settings
- in case KDing's window is already shown, it is now raised when it is activated by a keyboard shortcut

0.5
- ported to KDE4

0.4.3
- fixed a bug when search text contained a '|'
- added preliminary support for compiling with cmake

License: GPL
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