I am going to be away for a few days but I still want to have access to my Mac over the internet. I can use LogMeIn for that, though I haven't tested it yet. The problem here is that it cannot be used when the computer is asleep and its feature to wake up the Mac can only be done from the local network. So I have three options: set the Mac to stay awake for the whole time I am gone, find a way to wake it up over the internet, or schedule it to wake up every hour on the hour. The thing about the first is that I don't want the screen to get burned in and the third is that thebscheduler provided by Apple only works on a daily basis. I am wondering if the Mac can stay awake with the screen being black. Can this be done? Or does anyone know how I can schedule hourly wakeups or remotely wake it up? If I need to restart the Mac will I subsequently lose the capability to remotely control it? I am running Mac OS X Leopard.