FW: Dell staff, do you know what this file is in the aacraid util itie s zip file?

Tesfamariam_Michael@Dell.com Tesfamariam_Michael at Dell.com
Mon Apr 29 15:03:00 CDT 2002


-----Original Message-----
From: Michael, Tesfamariam 
Sent: Monday, April 29, 2002 3:00 PM
To: 'Hubbard, David'
Cc: 'linux-poweredge at dell.com'
Subject: RE: Dell staff, do you know what this file is in the aacraid
utilitie s zip file?


That file isn't needed for the afacli. It doesn't seem to contain anything
useful related to the cli. So, you can remove it. The only file you need to
for the afacli is afaapps-2.1.0-i386.rpm. There is a later release of afacli
that you can download from
http://support.dell.com/us/en/filelib/download/download.asp?fileid=R28814.

Thanks,
Tesfamariam Michael
http://www.dell.com/linux


-----Original Message-----
From: Hubbard, David 
Sent: Sunday, April 28, 2002 9:08 PM
To: Linux-Poweredge at dell.com
Subject: What the heck is this file in the afacli apps zip file?


Hi all,
	can someone on the list give me a hint
at what this QDATA.ABD file is that comes in
the zip file download of the PERC client
utilities from the following web site:

http://support.dell.com/us/en/filelib/download/index.asp?fileid=R16686

I can't tell what the file is supposed to be
but running strings against it reveals a bunch
of very odd things that I really don't think
should be included with a raid client utilities
package.  I'm kind of scared to use the rpm
from it.  

Thanks!

Here's an example of the text strings contained
in the file, it seems to be a bunch of Texas-based
businesses with a few others thrown in.

Allied Burgess Insurance
7801 N. Lamar, Suite #A-142
Austin
78752
American Statesman
P.O. Box 2914
Austin
78768-2914
AT&T
P.O. Box 78522
Phoenix
85062-8522
Central Texas Med. Found/MED
P.O. Box 650152
Austin
78765-0152
Dianna Marsh
5214 Tall Timber Trail
Ft.. Wayne
46804
Fine Homebuilding
63 South Main Street
P>O> Box
5501

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