This page lists some of the tools I wrote, mostly for my own purposes: To solve some issue I was having, or to facilitate my daily computer usage. The tools were usually not written with general re-usability in mind. But maybe you are having just the same problem as I did, in which case I hope they can be helpful.
- LiLaSS: A simple xrandr-based application to configure laptop screens on Linux. If you are using a Laptop, frequently work both with and without an external screen, and you are not happy with the configuration options your desktop provides, this may be for you.
- dyn-nsupdate: A tool to dynamically and securely update DNS zones via CGI. This provides self-hosted DynDNS services.
- zonemaker: A small script to generate DNS zone files from Python.
- schsh: A collection of scripts and configuration files which can be used to grant someone secure (SSH-based) access to a machine, without giving them a shell or read access to the entire file system.
- Rust-101: A small tutorial for the Rust language.
- git-mirror: This can keep multiple git repositories of the same project in sync automatically.
For some more of my projects, check out the public git repositories hosted on my server and my GitHub profile.