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posted on May 3rd 2007, at 16:01
by lunarg
Some time ago, Debian has finally been adopted officially by HP as a supported Operating System. They even have released packages for Sarge for it.
Of course, in the meantime, Etch is the new stable of Debian, thus, I had to revert back to the old tweaking ways, described at On the various DL380 G5's I've worked with, this went very smoothly, and it runs perfectly. On the ML350 G5, it's something else...

The machine is a new ML350 G5, with a dual-core Xeon 5120. The system runs Etch AMD64 (stable), and everything seems to be in order. Installation of the agents went flawlessly either (with a bit of script tweaking to make up for the version difference).

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