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    Remote Power on/Wake on LAN
 
 
 Notes : 
-  Supports remote power on/wake on LAN via Link-change, Magic packet, MS wakeup frame 
-  Power adapter is connected to X725 via the DC jack / Micro-USB power socket,  or X725 Ethernet powered by batteries
-  Ethernet cable plugged into the X720 Ethernet port 
-  X725 and your PC are connected to same router /network switch /domain 
   
 
 
 Testing the Wake-on-LAN function
<1> Finding Your X725's MAC Address
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  ifconfig eth1
   
<2> Download Magic Packet Utility
   
<3> Sending a Magic Packet to power on X720 and Raspberry Pi
  a. Run the utility in Windows
  b. Select 'Power On One Host'
  C. Enter X725's MAC address, not Pi's
  D. Click 'Send' button to send out a Magic Packet
  E. The LEDs 'PWR, 'WOL' and '5V0' turning on
 
     
    Raspbian Stretch
 
 
<1>  To setup I2C support on the Raspbian
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  sudo raspi-config
   
  Select 5 Interfacing Options and then  P5 I2C - Enable/Disable automatic loading. A prompt will appear asking Would you like the ARM I2C interface to be enabled?, select "Yes" 


   
<2> Select "Back"
Select "Finish" to return to the command line and reboot your raspberry pi.
   
<3> Once you have logged into your Raspberry Pi from the command line, run the following command to install i2c-tools
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  sudo apt-get install python-smbus 
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  sudo apt-get install i2c-tools 
   
<4> Download the required script
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/suptronics/x750_x725-script/master/x750.sh
   
<5> Install the script
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  sudo bash x750.sh
   
<6> Setting up the command to turn off X720 from software 
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  printf "%s\n" "alias x750off='sudo x750shutdown.sh'" >> ~/.bashrc 
   
<7> Reboot the Raspberry Pi
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  sudo reboot
 
<8>  Set and Read the RTC time
  If you need to set the system time for any reason you can use the following command :  
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $   date -s "5 MAR 2019 13:00:00"
   
  Once correct you can write the system date and time to the RTC module using :  
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  sudo hwclock -w  
   
  You should be able to read the date and time back from the RTC using :  
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  sudo hwclock -r  
   
<9>  Reading battery voltage and percentage  
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  sudo python x750ups.py
   
<10>  Powering off the Raspberry Pi from software 
  pi@raspberrypi ~ $  x750off 
   
 
     
 
       
 
     
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