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Old 17th June 2008
EvoIX_MR2006 EvoIX_MR2006 is offline
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Default Question about FreeBSD 7 and older HP Hardware.

I have an HP DL380 G3 server and an HP DL360 G4 server, both of which I'd like to install FreeBSD 7 on. The DL380 G3 currently runs Windows Server.

I was wondering if anyone had experience with installing FreeBSD on HP servers while keeping some of the HP management software, such as iLO, intact.

Also, if anyone has installed FreeBSD on a 380 G3, did the 64 bit version work for you?

Thanks for any help!
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But no today data, but it should be possible.
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