This is one of those things I just wanted to do because I thought it would be cool. I woke up this morning at 4:00 AM for no apparent reason, and could not get back to sleep. I started fiddling around with some work servers when the idea hit me that me and Alex needed a cool ssh banner for the tools server. This is probably the lamest article ever but I may want to do this again someday so I decided to document it.
If you have been following my progress over the last few days you will know that after a complete rebuild of the tools server and a change of the operating system, I have been working hard to get all our temp monitoring back online. The server previously ran Gentoo Linux, which although is still my favorite distro, is just not suited for a production server environment. So we decided to go with Cent OS which is a very well built distro aimed at running on production servers. My only complaint is that its kernel and some of its packages are a little bit out of date. On the bright side, this has given us a few challenges to work through and more importantly some good articles to share. So after getting my GPU temps going and graphing I turned my attention to the cpu. We are currently running a Intel i7 965 Extreme edition which I just put in last night. In the following article I will show how I eventually got lm_sensors and the coretemp module to work on Cent OS 5.4
So as every one knows we just rebuilt our massive cracking server. On the old server I was doing temperature monitoring with LM_Sensors, which for CPU temps is very good but I was not to sure about its accuracy on GPU Temperatures. So I decided to do some investigation into another solution.
Creating Photo Albums on your iPhone is not really straight forward so below I will describe numerous ways to organize images on your iPhone. You can use third party applications to organize folders and images or you can use the built in Photo Album functionality. Below I describe how to use either method including tips on what to watch out for and allow you to make an educated decision on the best way to manage your images.