On Wed, 2012-12-05 at 20:10 +0100, Arnaud Quette wrote:
> Hi Albert and the list,
> 2012/12/5 Albert Chu <address@hidden
> Hi Patrick,
> > first of all your tool is really awesome. I like the concept
> > respect the effort you guys are putting into development.
> > Release you are constantly updating this tool and making it
> I'm seconding Patrick. And especially you Al, you are doing an awesome
> work with FreeIPMI!
> > I have one little question. We are having many Windows Based
> > here, so there is no chance I can use and benefit from
> freeipmi. So my
> > question is if you have ever considered to do an windows
> version of
> > free ipmi. There is only one tool available “ipmiutil” that
> > windows, it is also open source, but lacks some relevant
> things. I
> > would be please to use your free ipmi tool on a windows
> I personally wouldn't mind trying to get FreeIPMI to work in
> however I've never had access to Windows running on an IPMI
> server. It's something my company just doesn't do.
> So I just don't have the capability to do it. I have always
> hoped that
> someone from the community would be able to add support.
> It's great to see that this thread is still alive.
> I've some Windows server that are IPMI capable, under the hand.
> And I'm seriously considering the option of a mingw port of FreeIPMI,
> and would be pouring some resources into this effort.
> A member of my team very quickly tried a compilation, but it has been
> so miserably failing that he thrown the towel almost instantly...
> So, would you be considering a mingw effort?
> How could we help and synchronize?
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