(From Wikipedia) Wake-on-LAN is an Ethernet computer networking standard that allows a computer to be turned on or woken up by a network message. If you want to wake your computer up from the outside of LAN, it's mostly about your router. I'll give a shot to explain how it works for me. First you should install ethtool on which box you're planning to wake up. And check the ethernet card if its wol capable with a command like "ethtool eth0".
Reiser4, a.k.a wife killer fs [link] + GRUB Here it is, i won't warn you about nothing, if you don't know what the hell are you doing, don't! Create >20mB ext2 partition and mount as /boot I'll say /boot as sda1 and root directory (/) is sda3 mkdir gdeneme sudo mount /dev/sda1 gdeneme sudo cp -aR /boot/* gdeneme/ sudo umount gdeneme rmdir gdeneme Now boot sda1 as /boot : sudo mount /dev/sda1 /boot