Sleep Fedora Core 2?
I have a Dell D600 Latitude notebook running Fedora Core 2. I can now get email on my school's Exchange server and I have wireless internet working with my cheap Microsoft wifi card. My last challenge: does Fedora ship with the ability to sleep native, or do I have a lot of work to do to get that working? Sorry for the silly question, but when it comes to sleeping Linux I don't know where to start.