[mythtv-users] wakeonlan the backend at boot from a client

Yves de Brauer ydebx2 at free.fr
Mon Nov 26 19:25:22 UTC 2007

Yves de Brauer a écrit :
> Boleslaw Ciesielski a écrit :
>> Yves de Brauer wrote:
>>> Boleslaw Ciesielski a écrit :
>>>> On Fedora you can create the /sbin/ifup-local script, which will be 
>>>> called with the name of the interface when this interface is brought up.
>>>> See /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifup-post for details.
>>  >
>>> Could you be more precise. How it is called during boot up ? And what to 
>>> change ?
>> Did you look at ifup-post? Towards the end you will see how it's calling 
>> ifup-local. Just add the call to ether-wake to ifup-local (create one if 
>> it doesn't exist).
>> Bolek
> Ok. I have made some tests. ifup-post is called twice at boot time. 
> ifup-local does not!
> I'll see that later.
> Yves
Oups! I have forgoten to change the attributes of file 
"/sbin/ifup-local" so that it is executable

Now it is run. I have to check if it send the wakeonlan correctly (but 
right now it is in use by the other people of the family :o)



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