CDE - Common Desktop Environment 2.5.1

The Common Desktop Environment (CDE) was an X11/Motif desktop environment developed by IBM, HP, Sun, Fujitsu and Hitachi for UNIX. It was also commercialized for Linux. CDE has become Open Source in 2012. It comprises file manager, text editor, terminal emulator, agenda, email client and extensive help. An extension of the Korn Shell can be used to write graphical applications. Compared with KDE or GNOME, it uses very little memory and CPU power, making it appropriate for old or low-powered (ARM

XLennart 1.0

XLennart is an adaption of the well known XBill game. The virtual antagonists of this point-and-shoot game are running around sabotaging a working computer network to install a virus disguised as init system. The threat can be ended by squashing the intruders per mouse click, before all systems become inoperable. The game GUI requires Motif or Athena X11 libraries to be present, possibly also has an unneeded dependency on systemd.

IUP 3.11.2

IUP is a graphical UI toolkit. It's portable and provides language bindings for C, Lua and LED. There are styles for a native Windows, a styled version, Motif and a Gtk+ look and feel. There are over 100 functions for commanding dialogs, an asbtract box-and-glue layout model is used, widgets for dialogs, text and labels, buttons or toggle and checkboxes, lists, canvas and frames, vertical and horizontal or fill boxes, menus, tabs, and some complex dialogs (color and file chooser, wanrings/notice