wakeup tool

Today was the first expose to public of  the wakeup tool. It’s available on github here https://github.com/alexbumbacea/wakeup/

The tool is designed for companies that want to reduce the amount of power consumer by the computers while employees are not using them, but also offer possibility during VPN connections to access the machines.

It requires wake-on-lan to be enabled from bios and, for the auto-discovery functionality, it requires that computer would have Windows Shares enabled( it uses netbios scans ). Also computer may be added manually to the list.

Currently documentation and interface are still in work, but the core functionality is working.

Discover PHP 5.4

Finally i had the time to have a look at PHP 5.4, as i heard it had built in web server ( a cool feature for a windows user).

To shortly describe my requirements: a on demand webserver for Windows systems that would understand php, would allow easy configuration, a rewrite mechanism and preferably would not require any install process. All the criteria above were successfully implemented in php 5.4 as explained here. Continue reading Discover PHP 5.4