|Wake on Lan||reuben....@gmail.com||8/5/12 10:29 PM|
I contacted you a while ago and I thought that now I have it working I should give you an update.
Enabling Wake on Lan for MineOS is quite simple. As long as you have hardware that supports WoL (initially I didn't) there are only three steps.
1 Rebuild the kernel with suspend to ram and/or hibernate support. (in ACPI options)
2 enable wol in the network card using ethtool, run " ethtool -s eth0 wol g" as root, depending on system may need to add to startup scripts/wake up scripts else run manually before sleeping
3 using pm-utils run "pm-suspend" or "pm-hibernate" as root.
then you can wake it from online with such sites as wakeonlan.me.
for stability i recommend stopping and backing up the worlds before sleep and then waiting several minutes before restoring and starting. I've had a few world files corrupt by trying to play too soon after resuming.
NB. no matter how fast the mineOS box boots (mine is up and running in <7 seconds from full off) it's much MUCH slower to resume from suspend.
|Re: Wake on Lan||j.v.tr...@gmail.com||10/24/12 4:47 PM|
Do you have further instructions on how to rebuild the kernel?
|Re: Wake on Lan||Brian Lowery||12/24/12 6:50 PM|
|Re: Wake on Lan||Will||12/27/12 9:22 AM|
Why not the http://minecraft.codeemo.com/mineoswiki/index.php/Upgrading_the_Kernel page instead, since 'build a kernel' has the following notice:
Note! These instructions are meant for the original CRUX media ONLY and NOT MineOS CRUX; to build a kernel on a working MineOS installation, you should be following the instructions on Upgrading the Kernel.
|Re: Wake on Lan||Brian Lowery||12/27/12 11:56 AM|
I came across that one to, but I guess I didnt update that post after the original post.