Difference: DTCDebugLog (5 vs. 6)

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2010-03-11

Can access with ipmitool as follows:

[cms1] ~/NatView/ipmitool-1.8.11/src > ./ipmitool -H 192.168.1.10 -A NONE sdr list all
NAT-MCH-MCMC     | Log FRU @03h c2.61 | ok
Temp CPU         | 28 degrees C      | ok
Temp I/O         | 26 degrees C      | ok
HotSwap          | Not Readable      | ns
Version Change   | Not Readable      | ns
Volt 1.2V        | 1.20 Volts        | ok
Volt 1.5V        | 1.50 Volts        | ok
Volt 1.8V        | 1.80 Volts        | ok
Volt 2.5V        | 2.51 Volts        | ok
Volt 3.3V        | 2.66 Volts        | ok
Volt 12V         | 7.80 Volts        | ok
Base Current     | disabled          | ns
BP-FRU-253       | Phy FRU @A4h d0.61 | ok
BP-FRU-254       | Phy FRU @A4h f2.61 | ok
MCH-DTC          | Log FRU @3Ch c2.63 | ok
Temp Clock       | -1 degrees C      | nc
NMCH-CM          | Log FRU @00h c2.61 | ok
CEN Power Modul  | Log FRU @32h 0a.61 | ok
Hot Swap         | disabled          | ns
Temp Sensor 1    | 206 degrees C     | ok
Temp Sensor 2    | 255 degrees C     | ok
NMCH-ShM         | Dynamic MC @ 20h  | ok
[cms1] ~/NatView/ipmitool-1.8.11/src > 

Now trying to figure out to R/W arbitrary registers. Reading paper from openipmi web page.

 2010-03-10 - Spring break, no notes from Mike, on my own frown

Connect micro-USB cable to eeePC laptop. Install minicom. Run "sudo minicom -s" and set serial port to /dev/ttyACM0 as gleaned from dmesg output. Works fine, can talk to console.

 
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