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Update cron script to check for empty values and not send me mail about it. Check this to see if it works with Open/dd-wrt DIY cheap wifi dish Make note that this is how you do openssl with a verisign cert (3.85K) openssl pkcs7 -in eigms.cert -out -print_certs This takes eigms.cert (from verisign) and makes The key will be in there. !!! Vladd44_B6965A421A23 Try Check out these downloads: SSH tunneling Make a sig for thunderbird: Daddy, what does "Formatting Drive C:" mean? A television may insult your intelligence, but nothing rubs it in like a computer. It said: 'Insert disk 3...' but only 2 fit in the drive. A much wittier reply came to mind immediately after I clicked the 'Send' button. Don't make me use uppercase! The lottery is a tax on those with poor math skills. The cook book said to clean the turkey the oven had a clean button Law of the Perversity of Nature: You cannot successfully determine beforehand which side of the bread to butter. The 3 R's of Windows tech support: Reboot Reinstall Reformat The 3 R's of Linux tech support: RTFM RTFM Again RTFS Always a pallbearer, never a corpse. dalbum has a good/easy gallery script, and after that would be coppermine. Create a set of html docs to use as techsupport troubleshooting key. Use named anchors to navigate. (learn php and do a real key :P ) newsgroups: control freak = ^freak Updated hwclock and sysclock(?) at 4:10 on 12/27/05 stupid shell question of the day: I'd like a command to copy a file that's in my path, say 'robots' for this example. 'which robots' will output the path /usr/games/robots what combination of pipes and <> do I need to copy robots to the working directory? I've tried things like: $ cp < "which robots" > robot $ which < robots < cp > robot And the answer is: cp `which robots` robo Use this to replace partition magic: Use this to create cusotm Linux Live CD: user accounts on a system: cut -f1 -d: /etc/passwd irbrown@tirion:~$ echo "thisisiatest" | cut -f1 -ds thi rbrown@tirion:~$ echo "thisisiatest" | cut -f1 -ds thi rbrown@tirion:~$ echo "thisisatest" | cut -f2 -ds i rbrown@tirion:~$ echo "thisisatest" | cut -f3 -ds ate rbrown@tirion:~$ echo "thisisatest" | cut -f4 -ds t rbrown@tirion:~$ echo "thisisatest" | cut -f2- -ds isatest rbrown@tirion:~$ echo "thisisatest" | cut -f-3 -ds thisisate Ryan Brown (2:56 AM): To get centericq to send a message at a certain time, use: at now + 20 minutes echo "hi" | centericq --send msg --proto aim --to nesman64 >> /dev/null 2>&1 BitchX detached from /dev/pts/0. To re-attach type scr-bx