A simple wake-on-lan utility
Nodewol is a simple wake-on-lan tool written with node, underscore, backbone, Raphaël, jQuery and Twitter Bootstrap. It is intended for the low-power Raspberry Pi.
At the moment the (web-based) UI is optimized for desktop/laptop use. A fully responsive mobile UI is in progress. And yes, the clock widget is a shameless ripoff from the exquisite Nokia N9.
Required packages are node and npm. It is recommended to install nbtscan as well for NetBIOS name resolution and subnet scanning. Nodewol supports reverse DNS as well.
On a Debian Wheezy box (such as the Raspbian edition), the recommended installation procedure is:
sudo apt-get install nodejs npm nbtscan npm install nodewol
Currently Nodewol requires root privileges because of the packet capturing feature (which automatically adds devices to the list). In the Nodewol directory, do a "sudo node app.js".
Copyright (c) 2013 Jari Huilla
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