Linux Kernel tools supporting Intel Active Management Technology.

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  • openamt, no more features. thanks

  • Very smooth and non intrusive interface.

  • Agreed with Gillardino Boccacio

  • good idea, but unfortunately, not very good implementation.

  • I hate it when this happens :( F**** intel, stupid "let's abandon Linux" actions all the time. I want the AMT OS-side stuff to work, and I can't get it to compile. The sources are all there, but there are two bugs which prevent it from building. Now, I don't know C or C++ very well, so fixing that is out of the question. What if jerry_yu or nashif came over to fix it? I can't be that hard to them!

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C++, C

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2007-04-07