On Tue, Jun 27, 2006 at 04:45:50PM +0200, Gernot Hueber wrote:
,----
| attached you find patches for compilation of freeipmi-0.2.2 on
| FreeBSD 5.4.
`----

Hi Gernot, We are doing more test on LAN and SSIF driver. I will
include your changes and re-upload 0.2.2 once again freshly, before
making a public announcement. Here after, I will make qa-releases
before the final release.

BTW, your bmc-info patch is against an auto-generated script. I
presume, it is about removal of error.h inclusion. Albert already
changed fd_set to read_set for lan interface patch. 

Thanks for the patches.
--
Anand Babu


On Tue, 2006-06-27 at 09:23 +0200, Gernot Hueber wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> The system is a FreeBSD 5.4-RELEASE with a Intel SE7221BK1-E
> motherboard. No luck yet as you can see below.
> I am not sure if ipmiping and rmccping can work at all due to that I
> tried on the local machine (I dont have access to a second within the
> same subnet?!).
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Gernot
> 
> 
> boyle# ipmi-locate --version
> IPMI Locate [ipmi-locate-0.2.2]
> Copyright (C) 2003-2005 FreeIPMI Core Team
> This program is free software; you may redistribute it under the terms
> of
> the GNU General Public License.  This program has absolutely no
> warranty.
> boyle# bmc-info --no-probing -D SSIF
> ipmi_open_inband(): Invalid argument
> boyle# bmc-info --no-probing -D SSIF --driver-address=66
> ipmi_open_inband(): Invalid argument
> boyle# ipmi-locate
> Probing KCS device using SMBIOS... FAILED
> 
> Probing SMIC device using SMBIOS... FAILED
> 
> Probing BT device using SMBIOS... FAILED
> 
> Probing SSIF device using SMBIOS... FAILED
> 
> Probing KCS device using ACPI... FAILED
> 
> Probing SMIC device using ACPI... FAILED
> 
> Probing BT device using ACPI... FAILED
> 
> Probing SSIF device using ACPI... FAILED
> 
> Probing KCS device using PCI... FAILED
> 
> Probing SMIC device using PCI... FAILED
> 
> Probing BT device using PCI... FAILED
> 
> Probing SSIF device using PCI... FAILED
> 
> KCS device default values:
> IPMI Version: 1.5
> IPMI locate driver: DEFAULT
> IPMI locate driver: 0
> IPMI interface: KCS
> BMC I2C device: (null)
> BMC I/O base address: CA2
> Register space: 1
> 
> SMIC device default values:
> IPMI Version: 1.5
> IPMI locate driver: DEFAULT
> IPMI locate driver: 0
> IPMI interface: SMIC
> BMC I2C device: (null)
> BMC I/O base address: CA9
> Register space: 1
> 
> BT device default values:
> 
> SSIF device default values:
> IPMI Version: 1.5
> IPMI locate driver: DEFAULT
> IPMI locate driver: 0
> IPMI interface: SSIF
> BMC I2C device: /dev/i2c-0
> BMC SMBUS slave address: 42
> Register space: 1
> 
> boyle#ipmiping #myip#
> ipmiping: ipmi_sendto: Illegal seek
> 
> boyle#rmccpping #myip#
> rmcpping: ipmi_sendto: Unknown error: 0
> 
> 
> On Mon, 2006-06-26 at 07:43 -0700, Anand Babu wrote:
> > Hi Al,
> > Uploaded 0.2.2 release. We have done testing from outside. Please test
> > and approve before I make a public announcement. 
> > 


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