alsamixer Alsamixer is a graphical mixer program for the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture that is used to configure sound settings and adjust the volume. It has an ncurses user interface and does not require the X Window System. It supports multiple sound cards with multiple devices.
naim (chat program) naim is a messaging and chat program written by Daniel Reed in C; it supports the protocols AIM, ICQ, IRC, and RPI's Lily CMC protocols.
naim (software) naim is a messaging and chat program written by Daniel Reed in C; it supports the protocols AIM, ICQ, IRC, and RPI's Lily CMC protocols.
nano (text editor) In computing, nano is a GPL Licensed curses-based text editor for Unix and Unix-like systems.
NcFTP NcFTP is an FTP client program which debuted in 1990 as the first alternative FTP client.
ncurses Ncurses is a programming library that provides an API which allows the programmer to write text-based user interfaces in a terminal-independent manner. It is a toolkit for developing "GUI-like" application software that runs under a terminal emulator.
nmon nmon (short for Nigel's Monitor) is a system monitor tool for the AIX and Linux operating systems.
nvi nvi (new vi) is a re-implementation of the classic Berkeley text editor, ex/vi, traditionally distributed with BSD and, later, Unix systems.
Openkore OpenKore is a community-maintained descendant of Solos Kore, a custom client and an advanced automated assistant for the MMORPG Ragnarok Online.
PDCurses PDCurses is a public domain curses programming library for DOS, Windows, X11 and SDL. While development of the original curses library halted in the mid-1990s, the development of ncurses and PDc...
Rogue (video game) Rogue is a dungeon crawling video game first developed by Michael Toy and Glenn Wichman around 1980.
rTorrent rTorrent is a text-based ncurses BitTorrent client written in C++, based on the libTorrent libraries for Unix, whose author's goal is “a focus on high performance and good code”.
Sysinstall Sysinstall, also known as sysinstall(8), is a fullscreen character-mode FreeBSD system installation and configuration tool.
The Hessling Editor The Hessling Editor (THE) is one of the older open source text editor projects (started in 1990, first released in August 1992 according to its history file).
Tin (newsreader) tin is an open source text-based and threaded news client, used to read and post messages on the USENET global communications network.
vile (editor) vile is a text editor that attempts to combine the best aspects of the popular Emacs and vi editors.