Driver Details

Dell Client Configuration Toolkit, v., A00

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

Fixes & Enhancements

Initial release.


Version A00, A00


Systems Management

Release date

31 Jul 2009

Last Updated

03 Nov 2011


Available formats

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Supported Operating Systems
Red Hat Ent Linux 5
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 and save it on your system.
2. Untar the file.
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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