glogin is a program that can be used to cause a terminal (usually a virtual console) to be logged in automatically, without having to type a userid and password. Stick it in place of getty in /etc/inittab to have terminals come up logged in and at a shell prompt at every boot. Same purpose as 'alogin', but you use it a little differently, and it does a little more of the usual login stuff. It is a simple Perl program, and can be easily customized.
va (virtual administration) is a console based script for the administration of virtual Web, mail, and DNS servers for multiple domains hosted on one or two Linux machines. It configures the standard (suse) Linux servers, and allows you to make changes to the configuration files. It will configure the following servers: Web server, apache with virtual hosts (create and remove domains) ftp server, set up ftp upload accounts mail server, and bind (set up primary and secondary name servers).
The Kraftwurfel is a Linux-based appliance server for use in small organisations, which can be administered with an easy-to-use and good-looking Web interface. The focus of the administration interface is to offer a good chosen subset of the service's features to the administrator. Behind the surface of the Web based administration and user interface is an expandable software architecture build around a database, which holds the all configuration information.
These games are recreations of simple ASCII graphics games originally written in BASIC. They are ideal for use as Perl programming tutorials. Some of the first few games are PerlBlaster (defend your planet from invading aliens), PerlRacer (steer your car through the twisting passages), and PerlArena (eliminate the mutant hordes).