Auto Power on [was RE: Auto shutdown]
robertachmann at syd.eastlink.ca
Wed May 12 11:13:48 UTC 2004
WOL, etc , yes, but Dell Optiplex GXnnn systems have BIOS timers to wake
up... too bad their servers don't have that ability.
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On Behalf Of Edward
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2004 11:12 PM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: Re: Auto Power on [was RE: Auto shutdown]
Polashek, Matthew wrote:
> Is there a reverse command for this? i.e. auto powerup?
No - think about it. Linux needs to be running to give it a command and
if it is shut down, there is no Linux.
Only way I can think of is WOL, WOM, or if you have a decent UPS
attached, you maybe able to do some power timing with that, or maybe
even a wall mains timer or something like that. Or CeBUS.
These are all to turn the PC on, which in turn fires up Linux if the
BIOS is configured right.
Other than that, no.
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