trackGoogleContentAds.cgi is a tool to see where your Google AdWords contextual ads are being displayed. Now that Google will let you create negative sites for a campaign, you can use this tool to decide which AdSense publisher domains to block. This script will examine an Apache Web server log and will display hits generated by clicks from Google contextual advertising.
trackSearchHits.cgi examines the traffic your site is receiving from the major search engines by processing Apache Web server logs. It displays hits generated by clicks from Yahoo, MSN, and Google searches and displays a bar chart comparing the number of hits from each search engine.
trackYahooPaidSearchHits.cgi lets you see which of your Yahoo Search Marketing (Overture) keywords are resulting in hits. It examines an Apache Web server log and displays hits generated by clicks on Yahoo Search Marketing ads. Each hit from a Yahoo search ad will be displayed in a row with these columns: Time, IP Address, Ad Type, Source of Hit, Search Keywords. Ad types will be A (Advanced Match), S (Standard Match), or C (Content Match). The Yahoo Search Marketing Easy Track feature needs to be turned on in order to track the search keywords and see the ad type.
trackpeer is an agent that helps network and server administrators with tracking their users' computers. It makes it possible to determine the MAC addresses of computers over a network, even when the computers are behind NATed gateways. This agent is intended to be used by the administrators who need to identify and locate malicious computers and virus-infected computers in a network such as a middle-sized wireless LAN, public Ethernet jack system, campus, or corporate network.
ttmkfdir is a tool to create valid and complete fonts.dir files from TrueType fonts. It is very useful when you plan to use a TrueType enabled font server that is based on the X11R6 sample implementation (xfsft for instance). Great care has been taken to correctly identify the encodings that a given TrueType font supports.
tuitest is a tool to create and run automated tests of text user interfaces. It is meant as a complement to the widespread use of unit tests, and uses concepts known from GUI testing tools with the difference that it applies them specifically to text- and terminal-based user interfaces. It consists of a recorder that records the interaction with an application under tests and generates a Ruby script that replays the same interaction, optionally with the same timing. Ruby replaying is supported through a native Ruby module.