WoL via Command Line query

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  • #648

    yueh
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    Is wolcmd only usable with MacOS 10.6?
    Have only dabbled with Terminal so far, but purchase of Airport Extreme has lost me the ability to Port Forward to the broadcast address :(
    Looking to SSH into an always-on Mac running 10.4 to talk to my LAN.

    #649

    Depicus
    Member

    It was compiled against 10.6 because that was the oldest version I had to test on but I can recompile to 10.4 if you want.

    #650

    yueh
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    Thanks, if it’s not a lot of trouble- please do. And a 10.5 version would be useful to me in the future and perhaps to others as they press older machines into “sentry duty”?
    All I can tell you as a Darwin n00b is that the Dynamic Linker was unhappy :)

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by  yueh.
    #653

    Depicus
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    Ok here is the link

    http://www.depicus.com/downloads/wolcmd10.4.zip

    Should work on 10.4 onwards.

    #654

    yueh
    Member

    Thanks.
    Two problems:
    1) Forgot to tell you 10.4 machine is PPC, so get “bad cpu type”.
    2)Fails under 10.5 on Intel machine with:
    :~ admin$ /Users/admin/Desktop/wolcmd
    dyld: Symbol not found: __NSConcreteGlobalBlock
    Referenced from: /Users/admin/Desktop/wolcmd
    Expected in: /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib

    Trace/BPT trap

    If I boot the Intel machine into 10.6, the original version works as expected.
    Sorry to be a pain!

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by  yueh.
    #656

    Depicus
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    Well I don’t have a working PPC so 10.4 is out then.

    10.5 not sure why that doesn’t work but will have a look.

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