PhpWiki is a WikiWikiWeb clone written in PHP. A Wiki is a Web site where anyone can edit or create the pages through the Web browser, with no authentication. PhpWiki works right out of the box with zero configuration, and comes with a set of default pages. It's useful for collaborating on documentation on a project, having freeform discussions, and easy editing and searching.
It does so have cc and gdb
Like any Linux distro, you have to choose to install the developer tools. I've used Red Hat for seven years and have always done a custom install to get every last developer goodie installed.
OS X comes with a Developer's CD with all the dev tools; cc is really a version of gcc ((2.95.2 on my system) and gdb is the one and only. Apple's "Project Builder" IDE uses gcc and gdb for compiling/debugging.
My most recent version of Red Hat does not install 'fortune' by default. I don't even think it comes on the disks.
Re: Is the tarball broken?
You are correct... the tarball on Sourceforge is broken! You can get the version off FTP right now, which I just tested with gzip -t and tar -tzvf to be sure it's OK:
I'll upload a new tarball right now.