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There are files missing from "BIOS Attributes push pull".
It is specifically looking for BIOS0.01.xml and NIC0.01.xml, neither of which is present in the current bundle and is rendering the utility completely useless.
Does anyone know how we might get that addressed?
It's possible that the NIC0.01.xml fiel required is the same one found in the "NIC Attributes push pull" utility, but that doesn't help me with BIOS ... which is actually what I need right now.
Too bad this comment is so much later but for anybody else who has the problem that johnsterdotcom mentioned:
The BIOS attributes file required for "BIOS Attributes push pull" can be found at:
In order for the pullattr.py to work as specified in the README though, there are a couple things you need to do:
1.) put the BIOS attributes file into the same directory as pullattr.py and rename it BIOS0.01.xml
2.) there is an error inside of pullatr.py that will cause a "IndexError: list index out of range" error to be thrown. The fix is to change the for loop near line 226 to a while loop as follows:
i = 0
...continued from above...
hm... it won't let me post the while loop. well bottom line is you need to adjust the loop so that you don't go past the last index of attrlist or vallist