- From: Konstantin Svist <fry.kun@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 05 Apr 2009 10:29:30 -0700
Timothy Murphy wrote:
Has anyone experience with WOL under Fedora?
If so, how exactly do you put the machine to sleep,
and how exactly do you wake it up remotely?
I recently acquired an HP ML110 server (G5 Xeon 3065).
This is said to have Wake-on-LAN capability,
but when I suspend it to RAM I do not seem able
to wake it remotely.
Should one (or can one) suspend to disk for this purpose?
The OS doesn't need any support for WOL, all the settings are done in
Sometimes it's a setting that only says "low power mode" - when it's
enabled, no power is sent to the network card while the computer is
asleep, so no wakeup is possible. A simple way to check is to look at
the NIC while your computer is in sleep - the ethernet connection
light(s) should be on
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