• isnt there supposed to be a wol command in /usr/local/bin/ ?
    services_wol.php refers to it


  • just what i thought….once i copied wol into /usr/local/bin/, wake on lan started to work....


  • which wol

    /usr/local/bin/wol

    It's on the couple installs I checked, anyone else seeing this?


  • @cmb:

    which wol

    /usr/local/bin/wol

    Yes that wol. Tried several installs and it was missing. had to find it somewhere else.
    Can wake on lan work without it? Is it enough with services_wol.php ? Here it dont…


  • He wasn't asking "which wol?", he was posting results from the "which" command, which shows the file is in place as it should be on the installs he checked.


  • @stechnique:

    He wasn't asking "which wol?", he was posting results from the "which" command, which shows the file is in place as it should be on the installs he checked.

    Yes, exactly.  :)  All mine have it.


  • Heh, ok sorry. i didnt know that.  :-X
    Still is/was strange tho…i never removed it,
    but probably something i did anyway.
    Couldnt understand how everybody was able to wake up computers from gui
    and i couldnt wake up anything. After i found and put the wol command in place all is fine.


  • Just checked mine

    which wol

    wol: Command not found.

    1.2.1-RC1
    built on Thu Aug 7 09:18:26 EDT 2008 (will upgrade to latest snapshot after the weekend)

    This install wasn't an upgrade from 1.2 btw. It was installed from (pfSense-20080727-1200.iso.gz)


  • yeah it doesn't seem to be in the update file at least, though I'm not sure how all my installs apparently ended up with it. It must have disappeared with a more recent change.  We'll check into it.


  • great, then it was something afterall :)


  • It'll be in the next snapshot.