WakeOnLan command line
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Command line utility, wakes computers over a network.   Free
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With WOL command line you can 'wake up' your pc simply by sending a 'magic packet' over the network. For this I have ported wol.c written by R. Edwards to NetWare, Win32, OS X and OS/2; changed parameter parsing, added file input so that you can wake up a group of machines from cron; added switch for delay between sending packets; added switch for broadcast address to make directed broadcasts.
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Version 1.12: Updated with universal binary.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.1 or later







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xjcrawler01 commented on 19 Oct 2012
So Glad i found This. Thank You!
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/usr/bin/Paul reviewed on 08 Dec 2005
Finally! I have been waiting for a command line version of WakeOnLan forever! I have a lot of shell scripts that I've written for my personal use that could use this directly included in my scripts, instead of having to use AppleScript to script a GUI app like the original GUI WakeOnLan for Mac. Now I can wake my G5 from my Mac mini server to sync them. Simply awesome. Thank you so much!
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Downloads:10,142
Version Downloads:9,677
Type:Utilities : Network
License:Free
Date:08 Dec 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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With WOL command line you can 'wake up' your pc simply by sending a 'magic packet' over the network. For this I have ported wol.c written by R. Edwards to NetWare, Win32, OS X and OS/2; changed parameter parsing, added file input so that you can wake up a group of machines from cron; added switch for delay between sending packets; added switch for broadcast address to make directed broadcasts.


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