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Dell Client Configuration Toolkit, v., A00
The Dell Client Configuration Tool Kit is provided to configure BIOS options.
Release Date 7/31/2009
Importance: Optional
Version: A00

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File Name:

cctk-linux-1.0.0-108.tar.gz

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Download Type: HTTP
File Size: 1MB

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Download Type: HTTP
File Size: 0.2KB

Previous Versions

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Description

The Dell Client Configuration Tool Kit is provided to configure BIOS options.

Level of Importance:Optional

Dell recommends the customer review specifics about the update to determine if it applies to your system. The update contains changes that impact only certain configurations, or provides new features that may/may not apply to your environment.

Compatibility

Systems
Precision 370
Precision 380
Precision 390
Precision 450
Precision 470
Precision 490 Desktop
Precision 650
Precision 670
Precision 690
Precision M20
Precision M2300
Precision M4300
Precision M4400
Precision M6300
Precision M65
Precision M70
Precision M90
Precision R5400
Precision T3400
Precision T3500
Precision T5400
Precision T5500
Precision T7400
Precision T7500
Operating Systems
Red Hat Ent Linux 5

Applies to

  • Client Configuration Toolkit

Fixes & Enhancements

Initial release.

Installation instructions

            
Custom Instructions for cctk-linux-1.0.0-108.tar.gz:

Ensure that you have:
• The CCTK installation file (cctk-linux-a.b.c-buildnum.tar.gz)
• A Linux work station

Use the following procedure to install CCTK on a Linux system:
NOTE: You should be a user with root privileges to install CCTK.
1. Download the cctk-linux-a.b.c-buildnum.tar.gz file from the
Dell Support website at support.dell.com and save it on your system.
2. Untar the file.
Example:
tar -zxvf cctk-linux-a.b.c.-buildnum.tar.gz
The file contains the following: srvadmin-omilcore-6.0.1-800.i386.rpm,
srvadmin-ipmi-6.0.1-800.DUP.i386.rpm, srvadmin-hapi-6.0.1-800.i386.rpm,
and cctk-1.0.0-buildnum.i386.rpm.
3. Install the RPMs in the following order:
rpm –ivh srvadmin-ipmi-6.0.1-800.DUP.i386.rpm
rpm –ivh srvadmin-omilcore-6.0.1-800.i386.rpm
rpm –ivh srvadmin-hapi-6.0.1-800.i386.rpm
rpm –ivh cctk-linux-1.0.0-1.i386.rpm
4. Using the command prompt, navigate to the /opt/dell/toolkit/bin
directory to run the CCTK commands.
Custom Instructions for cctk-linux-1.0.0-108.tar.gz.sign: 

This is a sign file which could be used along with the cctk-linux-a.b.c-buildnum.tar.gz file.            
        

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