I'd like to introduce WSL (pronounced "whistle"). It is a wsman client tool comprised of scripts that uses wget and other standard tools readily available to a Linux install.
Why did I create WSL?
In the past, I found myself jumping from one client to another depending on availability and required environment. RedHat is pretty much standard here so no surprise there. However, going to Ubuntu, CentOS, FreeBSD and others then compound that with 32-bit versus 64-bit I found myself having to build or install wsmancli and its dependencies. Then runtime gave me segmentation fault which later got fixed. But what if there's a way to get around the binary dependency.
Well, not entirely binary independent. At the least, make use of tools already present or readily available to Linux. This is what WSL has done. WSL is all bash script. Drop it into any distro and you should be ready to fire off that wsman command.
Check out this blog post<http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/b/techcenter/archive/2012/08/29/a-lightweight-wsman-client-for-ubuntu-wsl.aspx> to get more info. I hope you find it useful.
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