The trivial network database is a networked multi-user database application designed for use in emergency management applications. It is written in perl, and runs on unix-like hosts. Though I really wrote it to be used in an AX.25 packet system, the service actually listens to a TCP/IP network port, and could be accessed by telnet. To use it in AX.25-land, you must place some kind of shim in front of it which translates incoming calls. The docs include brief description of how to accomplish this in Linux.
Release version (1.0)
Download the compressed tarball, trivnetdb-1.0.tar.gz, 22 kB.
Development version (rc1.1a)
Download the compressed tarball, trivnetdb-1.0rc1.1a.tar.gz, 23 kB.
Development version (rc1.1b)
Download the compressed tarball, trivnetdb-1.0rc1.1b.tar.gz, 23 kB.
Development version (rc1.2a)
Download the compressed tarball, trivnetdb-1.1rc1.2a.tar.gz, 25 kB.
NOTE: The trivnetdb.mysql file referred to in the installation documentation is missing from this tarball due to a developer headspace error. The missing file is here.
Development version (rc1.2b)
Download the compressed tarball, trivnetdb-1.1rc1.2b.tar.gz, 26 kB.