Mitch,

The NSC mini-BMC uses the SMBus System Interface (SSIF).  
FreeIPMI will support that soon, as Anand mentioned.

If you are in a bind, the OpenIPMI driver does also have an SMBus module
that supports this board, but I've never tried OpenIPMI on FreeBSD.  Not
sure how that would port.
OpenIPMI's smbus leverages the lm-sensors i2c-i801 code.

Andy 

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Sent: Monday, June 20, 2005 6:28 PM
To: 'Albert Chu'
Cc: freeipmi-devel@gnu.org
Subject: RE: [Freeipmi-devel] FreeBSD 5.4 / freeipmi 0.1.3 w/ Intel
SE7210motherboard

Hi Al - not sure, if you are referring to the BMC, it's a National
Semiconductor PC87431 - the brand is Intel if you were asking about the
manufacturer.

Anand says it's being worked on and will be in CVS after his next commit
(found that out off list while the mailman settings were being worked
on)

cheers

m/

> Hi Mitch,
> 
> The SE7210 is a Tiger4??
> 
> Al




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