OpenBMC Starting Point
sdherts at gmail.com
Sat Feb 1 04:15:19 AEDT 2020
We got the Hello World to work perfectly, thank you for the assistance! How
would we now go about doing the exact same thing, but hardware implemented?
By that, I mean actually running the phosphor state manager modified module
on the physical BMC chip? How do we install the OpenBMC sdk? Also, is there
a method to read from the computer's BIOS chip from this modified state
On Tue, Jan 21, 2020 at 11:52 AM Andrew Geissler <geissonator at gmail.com>
> On Jan 20, 2020, at 11:03 AM, Samuel Herts <sdherts at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you!
> I have a supermicro X9 with ast2400 BMC chip. How would we go about
> installing it? openBMC onto it? We currently have a fresh install of Ubuntu
> LTS on it, and nothing else.
> The only AST2400 config I’m familiar with is our Palmetto.
> You could start with that machine and tweak it for yours.
> In terms of the development virtual machine. I keep running into an issue
> when trying to wget the sdk.
> Specifically, this line: wget
> After running that inside the romulus emulator, it runs out of space and
> won't complete the download. Does this mean I need to either increase the
> storage for the romulus, or am I simply installing it in the wrong place,
> and instead need to wget that into the regular VM?
> The SDK is not meant to be downloaded to the actual OpenBMC
> system. I’t meant to be downloaded to your development system.
> You can then use it to build OpenBMC software that you then copy
> over to your OpenBMC and run.
> Apologies for all the questions, I am doing as much research as I can, and
> this mailing list seems to be the largest wealth of knowledge I have
> On Mon, Jan 20, 2020 at 1:57 AM Michael Richardson <mcr at sandelman.ca>
>> Samuel Herts <sdherts at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I am currently working on getting a working OpenBMC test environment
>> > up and running. I am using VirtualBox and the github Development
>> > Environment tutorial. I had a couple questions regarding how to make
>> > our own modules. Would it be possible to upload files to the bmc on
>> > the virtual server?
>> You can do that.
>> The disk is rather small by default.
>> If you are using VirtualBox, you may be able to use the vboxfs file
>> system to
>> mount the host. That might require adding modules to the kernel.
>> > And would I be able to make a script which can read text off of that
>> > file inside the bmc chip?
>> > I have a physical server which I am not using yet, would I be able
>> > install openbmc and the scripts and insert the file onto the actual
>> > bmc chip, and eventually read from that file?
>> Maybe. What server do you have?
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> Samuel Herts
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