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The DBI module enables your Perl applications to access multiple database types transparently. You can connect to a large number of databases, including MySQL, MSSQL, Oracle, Informix, Sybase, ODBC etc. without having to know the different underlying interfaces of each. The API defined by DBI will work on all these database types and many more.
Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any modern web browser, you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and much more. Webmin removes the need to manually edit Unix configuration files like /etc/passwd, and lets you manage a system from the console or ... [More]
Melody is an open source content management and publishing system derived from the popular blogging tool Movable Type. Melody is for those who find value in belonging to, supporting and contributing to a community of helpful, passionate and devoted users, but it is also for people who want a secure ... [More]
Jifty::DBI is the Perl-based object-relational database framework built for use with the Jifty project. It can be used separately.
LedgerSMB is a free software double entry accounting and ERP system. Data is stored in a server-based PostgreSQL database with a web browser based user interface accessible from anywhere in the world. The system uses PL/pgSQL and Perl as its main languages. Screens and customer visible output are ... [More]
VHFFS is a virtual hosting platform for free software. Initially developed by Tuxfamily.org, it can be used for shared hosting on several shared servers or for personal hosting on a single computer. It is designed to be used by many users, providing an user-friendly interface to configure web ... [More]
ODBC Driver for perl DBI. Provides the Perl DBI::DBD interface to ODBC drivers allowing Perl access to any database which has an ODBC driver.
Postgres monitoring script for use with Nagis, MRTG, or standalone usage. Includes checks for locks, table and index bloat, number of connections, database size, idle transactions, and many others.