DTK 2.1 vs DTK 2.3

Ryan Dooley rd at powerset.com
Fri Oct 19 16:45:59 CDT 2007


FWIW, I found my own answer (sorta).  The README[0] for DTK2.3 makes no mention of support for the 2950 (2900 and 2970.  Back to 2.1 (or 2.2 as it looks like it should be supported).

Cheers,
Ryan

[0] - ftp://ftp.us.dell.com/sysman/DTK_2.3-LINUX-2546-README.TXT

On 10/16/07 11:14 PM, "Ryan Dooley" <rd at powerset.com> wrote:

So this is a little odd; in my setup (dell 2950 with fedora core 6) I don't
have access to the same commands from syscfg found with in DTK 2.3 vs. what
I get with DTK 2.1 (things like being able to set bios redirection):

Any ideas here?

###
### DTK 2.1
###

syscfg Version 2.1.0012 meg01 (Linux - Mar  2 2006, 11:11:30)
Copyright (c) 2002-2006 Dell Inc.

Usage: syscfg --option[=argument]

For more information about a particular command,
use the option '-h' followed by the command name.
Example: syscfg -h --asset

    --acpower               --identify              -r or --read*
    --adjcacheprefetch      --integratedraid        --redmem
    --asset                 -l or --logfile         --rptkeyerr
    -b or --byte            lancfgparams or lcp     -s
    --biosver*              lanchannelaccess or lca --sata0
    bmcversion              lanchannelinfo or lci   --sata1
    --bootseq               lanuseraccess or lua    serialcfgparams or scp
    --clearsel*             --lcd                   serialchannelaccess or
sca
    --conboot               --lcd1                  serialchannelinfo or sci
    --conterm               --loaddefaults*         --serialcomm
    --cpucount*             --mem*                  serialuseraccess or sua
    --cpuspeed*             --memtest               --setuppwd
    --dbs                   -n or --namefile        --snoopfilter
    --deviceguid*           --nextboot              solcfgparams
    --embnic1               --nmibutton             ssninfo
    --embnic2               --numlock               --svctag*
    --embsataraid           -o or --outfile         --sysid*
    --encryptkey            --oldsetuppwd           --sysname*
    --envar                 --oldsyspwd             --syspwd
    --envfile               --ovrwrt*               --usbports
    --extserial             passwordaction          useraction
    --fsbr                  --pci*                  username
    -h or --help            pefcfgparams or pcp     --uuid*
    --hwprefetcher          --powerbutton           --version*
    -i or --infile          --powerctl              --virtualization
    --idecdrom              --pwdlock               -x or --hex*


###
### DTK 2.3
###

syscfg Version 2.3.0010 meg01 (Linux - Feb 12 2007, 20:51:09)
Copyright (c) 2002-2007 Dell Inc.

Usage: syscfg --option[=argument]

For more information about a particular command,
use the option '-h' followed by the command name.
Example: syscfg -h --asset

    --acpower               --fsbr                  -r or --read*
    --adjcacheprefetch      -h or --help            --redmem
    --asset                 --hwprefetcher          --rptkeyerr
    --assignintr            -i or --infile          -s
    -b or --byte            --idecdrom              --sata0
    --biosver*              --integratedraid        --sata1
    --bootseq               -l or --logfile         --serialcomm
    --conboot               --mem*                  --setuppwd
    --conterm               --memtest               --snoopfilter
    --cpucount*             -n or --namefile        --svctag*
    --cpuspeed*             --nextboot              --sysid*
    --dbpm                  --numlock               --sysname*
    --deviceguid*           -o or --outfile         --syspwd
    --embnic1               --oldsetuppwd           --usbports
    --embnic2               --oldsyspwd             --uuid*
    --embsataraid           --ovrwrt*               --version*
    --envar                 --pci*                  --virtualization
    --envfile               --pwdlock               -x or --hex*


Cheers,
Ryan

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