OREGANO(1) General Commands Manual OREGANO(1)NAME
oregano - GNOME application for schematic capture of electrical circuits
This manual page briefly documents oregano. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original pro-
gram does not have a manual page.
oregano is an application for schematic capture and printing of electrical circuits. It can also be used for simulation if you have NG-
Spice or Gnucap.
This is under active development and things might not work as expected. Regarding backwards compatibility, when opening oregano 0.23 files
some wires might be out of place, and the probes will not be present.
Undo, redo has not yet been implemented.
oregano includes online help, found in the Help menu of the program. Relevant documentation included with the source can also be found in
oregano was written by Richard Hult <firstname.lastname@example.org>. And retaken by Ricardo Markiewicz <email@example.com> and Andres de Barbara
This manual page was originally written by Hugo van der Merwe <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system. Later modified by Maximil-
iano Curia <email@example.com>.
oregano September 12, 2004 OREGANO(1)
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MAILER(8) System Manager's Manual MAILER(8)NAME
mailer - script to warn users about their weak passwords
This manual page documents briefly the mailer command, which is part of the john package. This manual page was written for the Debian
GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. john, better known as John the Ripper, is a tool to find
weak passwords of users in a server.
The mailer tool is useful to inform users which have been found to be using weak passwords by mail.
You should edit the message mailer will send to the users, but remember to copy the script to a safe place before editing it, as it's gen-
erally a bad idea to modify things living in /usr.
SEE ALSO john(8), unafs(8), unique(8), unshadow(8).
The programs are documented fully by John's documentation, which should be available in /usr/share/doc/john or other location, depending on
This manual page was written by Jordi Mallach <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
John the Ripper and mailer were written by Solar Designer <email@example.com>. The complete list of contributors can be found in the CRED-
ITS file in the documentation directory.
john June 03, 2004 MAILER(8)
I am looking for the best software to make schematic diagrams availabe on linux or BSD.
Anyone with a suggestion?
Even if it is to let me know where I should have asked this question: Thanks for your input!
Take care, (5 Replies)