Mail and Spam stuff

amavis-exim (woody)
Woody comes with a nice amavis package for postfix, on which this package is based. I modified just a few things in the documentation and the install script.

dsbl testers DSBL blacklisting testers. See

Vipul's Razor v2 Vipul's Razor is a distributed, collaborative, spam detection and filtering network. Through user contribution, Razor establishes a distributed and constantly updating catalogue of spam in propagation that is consulted by email clients to filter out known spam. Detection is done with statistical and randomized signatures that efficiently spot mutating spam content. User input is validated through reputation assignments based on consensus on report and revoke assertions which in turn is used for computing confidence values associated with individual signatures. See for further information.


spread Spread is a toolkit that provides a high performance messaging service that is resilient to faults across external or internal networks. Spread functions as a unified message bus for distributed applications, and provides highly tuned application-level multicast and group communication support. Spread services range from reliable message passing to fully ordered messages with delivery guarantees, even in case of computer failures and network partitions. See If you are interested in apache load balancing, take a look at There exists a debian package for mod_backhand.

The download page also includes mod_log_spread, an apache module to be used in conjunction with spread to collect logfiles from distributed hosts, and spreadlogd to write those logs into a file.

tleds for asus L2D notebook

tleds This program runs as a daemon and helps you monitor network traffic. It blinks the asus wled when network packets leave or enter the machine. This package is a derivate from the original tleds package as shipped with debian. I've removed the keyboard and X11 code.
Please note: This debian packages have been created for the stable and/or unstable distributions (woody/sid). It's possible that they won't work on other distributions.
Standard Disclaimer: If one of those packages break something, it is not my fault. It is yours.
These are NOT official debian packages