This can be used to make a single install scipt from an existing tar archive with executables or installable software.
SSL certificate installer for Cpanel
SHC is a generic shell script compiler. It takes a script, which is specified on the command line and produces C source code. The generated source code is then compiled and linked to produce a stripped binary.
The lampi script can install the required packages automatically and setup LAMP for you. It can also be used to create custom sites (both http and https) on localhost.
The installation is only for Ubuntu (Linux Mint and derivatives), other functionality (like setting up custom sites) is available for other versions as well as other Linux flavors
Bulk rename utility for Linux (in general Unix or Unix like operating systems). It lets you rename files or directories in mass.
lcget is a wrapper (written in Tcl/expect) for letsencrypt which automates the task of completing challenges for remote server/domains from a local machine. It relieves you of the pain of running multiple commands in multiple terminals. Most of the time, a single command in a single terminal will be enough to get the certificate from Let's Encrypt. It doesn't require sudo access on remote host if the document root is in /home directory i.e for shared hosting.
Oracle java (jdk/jre) installler script for linux. It simplifies the installation of Oracle java from a downloaded source (tar.gz). It also maintains consistency among multiple versions of java (jdk/jre) installed with this script. Uninstalling any java version installed with this script will fall back to the next most recently installed (with this script) version of java.
This is a Python script (Python 3.4) to convert PHP scripts to static HTML pages. PHP scripts needs to be convertible to static pages to make use of this tool. This project emerged from complete self interest and won't be able to meet the needs of most PHP developers out there, so use at your own risk.
The letsacme script automates the process of getting a signed TLS/SSL certificate from Let's Encrypt using the ACME protocol. It will need to be run on your server and have access to your private account key. It gets both the certificate and the chain (CABUNDLE) and prints them on stdout unless specified otherwise.
A script written in Bash scripting language to copy an entire website from within Linux. It uses the wget tool of the Linux OS to download website pages and associated data.
This is an easy installation and modified package of the official Mediatek MT7630E Wifi + Bluetooth combo chip for Linux.
JLIVECD is a live CD/DVD customization tool for Linux Mint or Ubuntu and it's derivatives. It's a command line tool and the basic task of this tool is to create an environment for it's users where they can apply all kinds of customizations on the operating system and finally create a live ISO image which can be used as a live system such as live bootable USB or CD/DVD.
jssh is a wrapper utility for the Unix tool
ssh. It slightly simplifies the login process of ssh and adds some extra facility. It uses per domain configuration files to store the login related information like IP or domain name, username, working directory, port number etc.. and uses this info to run the actual ssh command with all user-passed options and arguments. It doesn't store password; passwords are prompted or managed the usual way. With this script you wont't need to remember the credentials for your domains anymore.
Simple CSR (SSL/TLS Certificate Signing Request) generator
PCRE2 is the name used for a revised API for the PCRE library, which is a set of functions, written in C, that implement regular expression pattern matching using the same syntax and semantics as Perl, with just a few differences. Some features that appeared in Python and the original PCRE before they appeared in Perl are also available using the Python syntax.
This provides some C++ wrapper functions to provide some useful utilities like regex match and regex replace.