To: None <email@example.com>
From: Jesse Peterson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/22/2003 16:19:20
Scouring groups.google.com revealed this page:
Which is an excellent resource. However it is for Linux. It basicly
says to send the hex string 0x011301 to the CUDA chip. In linux-powerpc
the CUDA chip is accessible via /dev/adb. So with a file containing
those three characters, you can essentialy do a "cat 3bytefile >
/dev/adb" and the system will turn itself on in the event of power
applied to it after a power-outage.
I've tried this verbatim in netbsd-macppc-1.6. It doesn't work: it
results in: "cat: stdout: Operation not supported by device". How would
one make this work?
Any help on this is grately appreciated!