Linux for Intel Release Notes
Network Shutdown Software for Your UPS
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Linux Download Instructions/Requirements
- Read the operating requirements for this software:
- A Linux distribution with a version 2.6.27 or later kernel running on an Intel Pentium-class processor. Use uname -r to determine the version of your kernel and note that, in most cases, this will be different than the version of your Linux distribution.
- GNU C Runtime Library (glibc) version 2.1 or greater. To check the version of glibc that you have, use ls -l /lib/libc.so.6. If this is not found, you do not have glibc on your system. If the file to which this is linked begins with libc-2.1, then you have an acceptable version of glibc. Consult the documentation for your Linux distribution for more information on upgrading to the required version of glibc.
- A Linux distribution that manages services (daemons) using the System V method. This uses an init.d directory and several rc?.d directories located either in /etc/rc.d or just /etc (e.g., /etc/rc.d/init.d).
- At least 20 MB of free disk space (during installation, the /tmp directory must have at least 30MB free)
- Xfree86 (X Window System) with either the KDE or Gnome desktop environment
- A mouse
- TCP/IP network protocol
- Most recent popular Linux distributions meet these requirements. MultiLink has been tested on:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3
- SuSE Linux Enterprise 11
- MultiLink has been tested with both KDE and Gnome desktop environments.
- Log on to the host as root. You may need to add "execute" mode to the saved file (chmod +x ML_15_xxx_Linux_x86.bin).
If you decide to purchase a cable instead of building one, you can contact your local Liebert Representative, Value-Added Reseller, or distributor and ask to purchase a MultiLink UPS cable.
Cable for Serial Port Connections
|MLADPT||MultiLink Contact Closure Adapter Kit|