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Scheduled sleep in Jag

Message #1 - Posted 2003/11/17 - Richard P. Grant

We've done this, but I cannae remember the answer. How do we, in Jaguar, make the machine sleep and awake at scheduled times?

I want to send this iMac to sleep at 23h (after I've finished using it - over ssh - from home) and wake at say 07h before I either get into work or work on it from home again. I want it to sleep so that it cools down properly.

r

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Message #2 - Posted 2003/11/17 - Jonas Voss

In uk.comp.sys.mac, Richard P. Grant wrote:

We've done this, but I cannae remember the answer. How do we, in Jaguar, make the machine sleep and awake at scheduled times?

<http://ibeezz.reboute.net/en/>

That should cut your cake.

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Message #3 - Posted 2003/11/17 - Hans Sluiman

Previously, Richard P. Grant wrote:

We've done this, but I cannae remember the answer. How do we, in Jaguar, make the machine sleep and awake at scheduled times?

I want to send this iMac to sleep at 23h (after I've finished using it - over ssh - from home) and wake at say 07h before I either get into work or work on it from home again. I want it to sleep so that it cools down properly.

r

On my system (Cube) there's a Schedule tab in the Energy Saver system pref that allows you to do this but maybe this feature is not available for all hardware configurations.

Hans

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Message #4 - Posted 2003/11/17 - Hans Sluiman

Previously, Hans Sluiman wrote:

Previously, Richard P. Grant wrote:

We've done this, but I cannae remember the answer. How do we, in Jaguar, make the machine sleep and awake at scheduled times?

I want to send this iMac to sleep at 23h (after I've finished using it - over ssh - from home) and wake at say 07h before I either get into work or work on it from home again. I want it to sleep so that it cools down properly.

r

On my system (Cube) there's a Schedule tab in the Energy Saver system pref that allows you to do this but maybe this feature is not available for all hardware configurations.

minor correction: this will shut down & start up the machine rather than sending it to sleep.

for a valid reply email address see homepage.mac.com/hsluiman/

Message #5 - Posted 2003/11/17 - Richard P. Grant

Jonas Voss wrote:

In uk.comp.sys.mac, Richard P. Grant wrote:

We've done this, but I cannae remember the answer. How do we, in Jaguar, make the machine sleep and awake at scheduled times?

<http://ibeezz.reboute.net/en/>

That should cut your cake.

Looks neat, thanks.

r

Richard P. Grant 0x5F9559B1 MRC Lab of Mol Biol rpg 'at' mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk http://www.rg-d.com/BioLOG/

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Message #6 - Posted 2003/11/17 - Darren Wheatcroft

On Mon, 17 Nov 2003 12:46:21 +0000, Richard P. Grant wrote:

We've done this, but I cannae remember the answer. How do we, in Jaguar, make the machine sleep and awake at scheduled times?

I want to send this iMac to sleep at 23h (after I've finished using it - over ssh - from home) and wake at say 07h before I either get into work or work on it from home again. I want it to sleep so that it cools down properly.

r

I set mine to sleep after an hour of non-use, and told it to wake up with a telephone ring. Clunky, but it worked fine.

Now I just leave it on 24/7...

Darren

Message #7 - Posted 2003/11/17 - Andrew Collier

Previously, Hans Sluiman wrote:

On my system (Cube) there's a Schedule tab in the Energy Saver system pref that allows you to do this but maybe this feature is not available for all hardware configurations.

minor correction: this will shut down & start up the machine rather than sending it to sleep.

On my G4, in that pane there's a pop-up menu which lets me choose between sleep or shut-down.

Andrew

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Message #8 - Posted 2003/11/22 - Bob Wardrope

"Richard P. Grant" wrote:

We've done this, but I cannae remember the answer. How do we, in Jaguar, make the machine sleep and awake at scheduled times?

I want to send this iMac to sleep at 23h (after I've finished using it - over ssh - from home) and wake at say 07h before I either get into work or work on it from home again. I want it to sleep so that it cools down properly.

<snip>

Just tripped over this <http://www.kualosw.com/English/Pages/Utilities.html>

Bob W

Message #9 - Posted 2003/11/24 - Richard P. Grant

Jonas Voss wrote:

In uk.comp.sys.mac, Richard P. Grant wrote:

We've done this, but I cannae remember the answer. How do we, in Jaguar, make the machine sleep and awake at scheduled times?

<http://ibeezz.reboute.net/en/>

That should cut your cake.

And . . . I've just installed Panther. W00t!

Richard P. Grant 0x5F9559B1 MRC Lab of Mol Biol rpg 'at' mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk http://www.rg-d.com/BioLOG/ -- Silence! - in Polish!! --

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