Anyone know of way to get the IDRAC IP without racadm?
OMSA, but you'd have racadm access if that were installed. Why can't you use racadm? What OS? The only other way is to reboot to CTRL-D/E or scan the network and hope it is on the same subnet. Default is 192.168.0.120.
Is there a way to get such rpms/download a CD for Fedora 24 ? this is what I have on Dell PowerEdge R720 server
Try the Linux version on the Drivers and Downloads site. Not sure if it will run in Fedora.
It's not that I can't use racadm.. Was trying to perform in band without any dependency. Recently tried iDRAC to OS pass through, but can't seem to get that working either.
Fedora: The community releases are officially unsupported in this repository. You can, however, fake it by editing the yum config and changing "fc" to "el5". This is completely unsupported. If it breaks you can keep all the pieces.
Posted From > http://linux.dell.com/repo/hardware/omsa.html#Supported_Operating_Systems
Thanks for the quick response.
1) What is exactly meant by "editing the yum config and changing "fc" to "el5" ?
which file should I edit and change ? I assume it is not /etc/yum.conf as there is no "fc" there.
2) I am going to make a try after getting an answer. If it fails and the machine breaks, should installing
CentOS Linux 7 and then trying to install the software from DELL site work?