From: Damian O'Sullivan (sullivad at domain piercom.ie)
Date: Fri 28 Jul 2000 - 10:10:23 IST
I thought of that except how to get the NT machine to run the expect
script? I know a small program running on a port on the linux box waiting
for a defined command would work but its a bit drastic I think. And when
NT is shutting down can it be set to run a command? Is there a remote
booting tool for NT in linux?
On Fri, 28 Jul 2000, Liam Bedford wrote:
> really stupid suggestion, can you get the APC software to run an expect script
> when it tells the NT box to shutdown (apart from the fact that the APC software
> is crap... it tells the NT box to shutdown, and janks the power <timeout> later,
> without checking if the machine is ready yet... or at least in our case it does),
> and the expect script tells the linux box to shutdown?
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