Question on DRAC...

Mark Watts m.watts at eris.qinetiq.com
Fri May 25 09:22:41 CDT 2007


The DRAC card can operate independently of the installed OS.

During boot, you will see a message with a key-press sequence to change the IP 
Address of the DRAC card.
Once you've done this, https://<ipaddress>
The default login is "root" with a password of "calvin".
Change this ASAP!

Mark.

> Hello everyone!
>    A hopefully simple question...
> Is there any way (and if you can you point me in the right direction) to
> use a DRAC card on SuSE Linux v10.x?
> (I am running OSS 10.0 and 10.2, but SELS info is good too)
>
> Thanks so much!   -Cheers, Peter.
>
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