command history is a quick and dirty script created to show what commands were executed on the day command history is run. Its purpose is to help sysadmins conveniently keep a watchful eye over their users to make sure they aren't snooping around too much, and is best run from crontab to produce mail output each day.
randomsig is a program that creates a .signature file in your home directory as a named pipe. This pipe will produce a random line each time it is read from. This is useful for generating random signatures in email messages and the like. The program can also be run in safe mode where it will simply update the a text .signature file every so often according to how you've configured the program.
num-utils are a set of programs for dealing with numbers from the Unix command line. Much like the other command line utilities grep, awk, sort, cut, etc. these utilities work on numeric data from both standard in and data from files. The base utilities currently included are average, bound, interval, numgrep, numprocess, numsum, random, range, and round. If you work with pipelines on the command line, these tools will prove to be helpful.
This game is really great. I used to just play a level or two of the original level set, then my 3.5 year old daughter wanted to play and we tried a few different level sets. The Forest World level set is much better than the original set, so definitely don't give up on this game without trying Forest World, especially some of the higher levels in that world.
> Is version 2 the latest?
> Can anyone tell me if they stopped developing apache? Seems version 2 is
> around for a couple of years already.
2.0 came out in March of 2001 (released at ApacheCon 2001) 2 is what you call a major release version, 2.2 was nearly a major release and had lots of fixes and new features. 2.4 is supposed to have quite a few new features. You just have to get used to open source projects, their version numbers don't grow as fast as proprietary (read: commercial) software.