Once in awhile I'll write a tutorial on something just because I'm tired of constantly looking it up. So it's kinda half tutorial and half command ref.
Radeon VE 7000 Tutorial This is just a small tutorial on setting up a dual headed (two monitor)
setup with an ATI Radeon VE 7000 Video Card. This should handle Redhat's
Fedora Core 2 and Fedora Core 3 with Xv (X video) support (very important
for xine.) Update: This works on CentOS 5 and Fedora Core 4/5
Ntpd Tutorial Ntp (Network Time Protocol) is used to sync the clocks of servers
with the atomic clocks of the world. You really can use it for many
things (like external clock sources...) but, That's all I use it for.
ntpd is the program on linux that will sync the system clock.
FC4 1Gig USB Stick Tutorial Yes, You CAN fit an upgraded install of FC4 on a 1GB usbstick...
here's how.
Scheduled Energy Savings Tired of your computer's monitor ALWAYS turning off when you're working?
Want to save some money on your electric bill when you're NOT working?
Read here on how to Schedule Power Profile changes.
This is primarily for windows, but there is a small note for Linux.
Quick Kiosk A very quick Internet/workstation kiosk example.
Exim Debugging These commands are Buried in the FAQ. They are here for quick Ref.
-d = debug
-M <id>= Force delivery of message with <id>
-bh <ip-addr> = simulate SMTP connection from <ip-addr>
-bt <addr> = simulate delivery for e-mail to <addr>

Common Debuging Commands.
exim -d -M 0z6CXU-0005RR-00
exim -d -bh
exim -d -bt root
exim -d -bt junkmail@aserver.com
Sendmail Smarthost -w- Auth Most mailhosts require authorization to send mail nowaday's, this shows how to set sendmail (a recent version) to use a smarthost WITH auth.
Top STAT Codes STAT = Information about the status of the process
  * R = runnable
  * S = sleeping
  * D = uninterruptible sleep
  * T = stopped or traced
  * Z = zombie process
  * Second field = W if the process has no resident pages.
  * Third field = N if the process has a positive nice value