,----[ laro <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ]
| I tried to use freeipmi on SE7320VP2 Intel mainboard.
| bmc-info (from FreeBSD ports) hangs, kdump output is as follows:
VolcanoPeak motherboards should have mBMC on board and provide option
for IPMI-2.0 daughter card. I can get GNU FreeIPMI work on this
board. Can you give me remote access?.

,----[ laro <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ]
-DFREEIPMI_LIBRARY -D_REENTRANT -g -O2 -MT ipmi-interface.lo -MD -MP -MF 
.deps/ipmi-interface.Tpo -c ipmi-interface.c  -fPIC -DPIC -o 
| ipmi-interface.c: In function `ipmi_open_inband':
| ipmi-interface.c:313: error: structure has no member named `private'
| ipmi-interface.c:314: error: structure has no member named `private'
| ipmi-interface.c: In function `ipmi_inband_close':
| ipmi-interface.c:442: error: structure has no member named `private'
| gmake[3]: *** [ipmi-interface.lo] Error 1
| gmake[3]: Leaving directory `/root/freeipmi/libfreeipmi/src'
| gmake[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
| gmake[2]: Leaving directory `/root/freeipmi/libfreeipmi'
| gmake[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
| gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/root/freeipmi'
| gmake: *** [all] Error 2
This must have been fixed in CVS.

,----[ laro <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ]
| After having looked at CVS logs, I assume that structure ipmi_device
| have changed some time ago, and not all source files use new
| structure. Is there a way to sucessfuly compile freeipmi which work on
| SE7320VP2 Intel mainboard, SE7320VP2, SE7221BK1, SE7520JR2 Intel
| boards (and other 1 U Intel platforms) or Tyan 2881 platform?
Tyan S2881 works already. Our SSIF driver for SE7221BK1 requires
testing. Intel SE7520AF2 works too. I don't know about SE7320VP2 and
SE7520JR2 mother boards which are similar to AF. Intel is very
cooperative with us and I can assure you complete IPMI support for

I always preferred a special skew of SE7520AF2 board (lacks onboard
SCSI controller and other unwanted features, costs around 450$) over
VP and JR for EM64T platform. I prefer SE7230NH1LX (PentiumD) over

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