Package Details: etherwake 1.09-7

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Package Base: etherwake
Description: Utility for waking up computers via wake-on-lan (wol)
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Licenses: GPL
Submitter: None
Maintainer: mtorromeo
Last Packager: mtorromeo
Votes: 55
Popularity: 0.007277
First Submitted: 2005-08-02 13:05 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2020-04-27 16:28 (UTC)

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Scary_987 commented on 2020-04-27 15:48 (UTC)

Maintainer: Massimiliano Torromeo
Contributor: Markus Volkmann

pkgname=etherwake pkgver=1.09 pkgrel=7 arch=(i686 x86_64 armv6h armv7h) pkgdesc="Utility for waking up computers via wake-on-lan (wol)" license=("GPL") url="" depends=("glibc") source=( sha256sums=('54241c7689579dc86e29e6afbc6d60e69f97135091a1395c8a10f6d5a2daec1d')

build() { cd "$srcdir/$pkgname-$pkgver.orig" rm -f etherwake gcc ether-wake.c -o etherwake }

package() { cd "$srcdir/$pkgname-$pkgver.orig" install -Dm0755 etherwake "$pkgdir/usr/bin/etherwake" install -Dm0644 etherwake.8 "$pkgdir/usr/share/man/man8/etherwake.8" }

please change it like this, this it runs perfect on these architectures

feherneoh commented on 2019-07-26 07:33 (UTC)

Works on aarch64 too

ggalt commented on 2018-10-13 19:14 (UTC)

Works on older Raspberry Pi (armv6h) architecture too by adding 'armv6h' to PKBUILD.

kalsan commented on 2017-05-18 07:34 (UTC)

Would you mind adding armv7h to the supported architectures? Simply adding this word to the PKGBUILD makes it work fine on Raspberry Pi

Maxwel commented on 2013-06-10 08:04 (UTC)

Here's a simple patch to move binary into /usr/bin

snack commented on 2013-06-03 16:52 (UTC)

I think this package needs to be fixed because of the recent /bin -> /usr/bin move. As suggested in the news post at point 1, I searched for non-official packages with files in /bin, and I got: $ pacman -Qqo /bin /sbin /usr/sbin | pacman -Qm - etherwake 1.09-5

galaux commented on 2012-09-09 08:40 (UTC)

Hello. FYI, no need to gzip the man page. makepkg takes care of it. Thanks for that neat package.

msx commented on 2012-09-08 23:27 (UTC)

Excellent, thanks for your answer, I will give it a try.

mtorromeo commented on 2012-09-03 08:30 (UTC)

It's just a different implementation. Practically speaking, etherwake only runs as root, while wol will work with unprivileged users, except that, in that case, it will use the wrong packet type and most network adapters won't catch the wake up signal. The worst thing is that wol won't tell you anything about it and I had to find it out by inspecting the packets with wireshark.

msx commented on 2012-09-03 08:05 (UTC)

A n00b's question: in what way is this app different from community/wol? I'm using the latter and just got aware of etherwake and I'm curious about it. Greets!