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A tool to read/write the WakeUp time from/to the BIOS
nvram-wakeup can read and write the wake up time in the BIOS
(via /dev/nvram on recent 2.4.x kernels or direct I/O port access).
On this wake up time the computer will be powered on automatically from
the soft-off state. For the video disc recorder VDR, nvram-wakeup installs
a hook script, that allows VDR to set a wake up time, when it powers down.
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Changes: nvram-wakeup (0.96-2) unstable; urgency=low
* First upload to official Debian-archive (closes: Bug#257347)
* Tobias Grimm <email@example.com>
- nvram-wakeup is now maintained on Alioth and also includes the
former vdr-addon-nvram-wakeup package from c't VDR
- using MAKEDEV instead of mknod now
- a regular wake up interval can be configured now
- the command to reboot before shutting down can be configured in
/etc/vdr/vdr-nvram-wakeup.conf, because there are no kernel-poweroff
or runlevel0-poweroff packages in the official Debian.
- moved manpage installation to debian/manpages
- added manpage for biosinfo, cat_nvram, guess, guess-helper.sh, rtc,
- added patch for set_timer that fixes the paths to refer to /usr/sbin/ for
'time' and to write its data between reboots to /var/tmp/
* Thomas Schmidt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Use po-debconf for translated debconf-templates
- Cleanup debian/rules a little bit
- Use dpatch, so build-dep on it
- Added 01_Makefile-fix.dpatch to disable optimizing for i686
- Added watch-file
- Added 02_nvram-wakeup-mb.c.dpatch mainboardlist from cvs, Rev. 1.210
- Depend on makedev
Announcing to email@example.com
Setting bugs to severity fixed: 257347
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