PPPstat is designed to provide statistics on dial-up Internet connections. It uses the system logs of the pppd daemon. It can store information about connections in a separate file. After getting information about Internet connections from the logs, PPPstat can group the information by the user who started pppd, by the ISP, or by time period. It can also count the costs of the connections.
WeHelpBUS is a Web-based help browser for Unix-like systems. It is a set of CGI scripts that enables users to browse documentation, stored in various formats, using their preferred Web browser. Current formats supported include Unix man pages, Texinfo pages, Scrollkeeper documentation catalogue (help system of GNOME and KDE), information about installed RPM packages, and C/C++ header files.