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Old 28th September 2006, 08:38 AM
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ether-wake works but remote pc is not started

Want to start with crontab pc every day at 8..00, if it's not started yet.
I try to do it with eher-wake.
But no success. !

What I type is:
su -
[root@localhost ~]# ether-wake 00:14:85:34:5c:af
[root@localhost ~]#

and nothing happens!
What Im doing wrong?

In BIOS I have enabled ALL LAN options (even not related to WOL).

If anyone knows how to solve this, let me know.
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