Uldramar is a fantasy RPG and adventure game. You can cast spells like the mushroom morph spell and pick up objects for later use. The story is about a plane called Uldramar where there is a quest or two waiting for you. The game was influenced by the Ultima series and the Legend of Zelda.
Ulim is a Linux kernel module which enforces resource limits on every process in the system. There are already solutions like pam_limit, but there are some places where the user can execute his programs, but PAM is not used (for example .forward or .procmailrc files, or CGI scripts). Ulim works in the kernel and sets the limits whenever a process changes its real UID, so every process run by a user will have the correct limits.
ulock locks the entire virtual console system, completely disabling all console access. It gives up these locks when either the password of the user who started ulock or the root password is typed. It is able to invoke any program (i.e. a screen saver), which will be terminated on any keystroke. The idea of the program was taken from Michael K. Johnson's vlock.
ulogipac is a powerful IP traffic accounting tool for Linux routers and hosts. Users can use the power of iptables rules to specify which traffic to be accounted and which not to be accounted. The size of IP packets sent through iptables ULOG is counted and buffered. After a configurable time period the daemon submits the traffic information to database servers. Traffic information can be sent to more than one server to provide redundancy.
Unarc unpacks an archive and creates a top-level directory to unpack into if it's needed. Unarc works with lots of archives, not just tarballs (bz2, zip, and even rpm are supported). There is a companion program arcdir which provides a uniform way to archive directories into tarfiles, zipfiles, etc.