Hey Bryan, Andrew,

I looked more closely and I think I found the Intel 2.0 authentication
workaround issues that prohibited ipmi-chassis from working.  I also
gave the "activate payload" command an intel specific tweak so that
ipmiconsole can hopefully now connect for a SOL session.  

So hopefully this release will fix them.  Could you give the tar.gz
below a shot?  Also, could you tell me what motherboards you are testing
against?  So I can add it into the documentation.

http://ftp.zresearch.com/pub/freeipmi/qa-
release/freeipmi-0.7.4.beta1.tar.gz

Thanks,
Al

P.S.  Remember to use the "intel20" workaround flag.

On Tue, 2008-12-09 at 01:10 +0000, Bryan Henderson wrote:
> Follow-up Comment #5, bug #24300 (project freeipmi):
> 
> I tried freeIPMI 0.3.0, and ipmipower works:
> 
>   $ ipmipower -h xiv3-ipmi -R 2.0 --intel-2-0-session
>   > stat
> 
> But that also works in freeIPMI 0.7.2:
> 
>   $ ipmipower -h xiv3-ipmi --driver-type=LAN_2_0 --authent=NONE
> --workaround=intel20
>   > stat
> 
> ipmi-chassis 0.7.2 continues to fail with k_g invalid.
> 
> I said before that ipmiconsole 0.7.2 fails with k_g_invalid, but today I see
> it really fails with "password" invalid, as for the other reporter.  I'm not
> specifying a userid or password (and the BMC is fine with that with
> Ipmitool).
> 
> On 0.3.0, ipmiconsole --intel-2-0-session hangs for about a minute, then
> fails with "BMC Error".
> 
> 
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Albert Chu
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High Performance Systems Division
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory



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