./sysutils/amtterm, Active Management Technology (AMT) tools

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Branch: pkgsrc-2018Q3, Version: 1.4nb7, Package name: amtterm-1.4nb7, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Active Management Technology (AMT) tools

descriptions from man pages:

amttool - remotely control Intel AMT managed machines.
amtterm - Intel AMT serial-over-lan (sol) client.

from amt-howto(7):

What is AMT and why I should care?
AMT stands for "Active Management Technology". It provides some remote
management facilities. They are handled by the hardware and firmware,
thus they work independant from the operation system. Means: It works
before Linux bootet up to the point where it activated the network
interface. It works even when your most recent test kernel deadlocked
the machine. Which makes it quite useful for development machines ...

Intel AMT is part of the vPro Platform. Recent intel-chipset based
business machines should have it. My fairly new Intel SDV machine has
it too.

Required to run:
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Required to build:

Master sites:

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RMD160: fac39807990870f88884e541f4b062db8b8d1236
Filesize: 37.544 KB

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