Latest HP ILO firmwares

Here you can download the most recent HP iLO (Integrated Lights-Out) firmware files I could find on the HP’s website :

*UPDATED* 2019-07-03

ILO1 : ilo196.bin (30-Apr-2014)
ILO2 : ilo2_233.bin (30-Mar-2018)
ILO3 : ilo3_191.bin (iLO3 v 1.91.1 22-Oct-2018)
ILO4 : ilo4_270.bin (iLO4 v 2.70.12 07-May-2019)
ILO5 : ilo5_145.bin (03-Jul-2019) *Linux RPM*
ILO5 : ilo5_145.bin (03-Jul-2019) *Windows exe*

*Note*
i got “Notice of Copyright Infringement” from HP for hosting binary firmwares on my website, so I was forced to delete them, I will try to keep links to HP website in working order.

To extract .bin files from these links unpack them:

on Linux:

$ chmod 755 CP022551.scexe
$ ./CP022551.scexe  --unpack=/tmp/iLO3
$ ls -l /tmp/iLO3
..
ilo3_180.bin
..

on Windows use 7-zip:

extract_ilo

Old versions:

ILO1:
ilo187.bin
ilo188.bin
ilo189.bin
ilo191.bin
ilo192.bin
ilo193.bin
ilo194.bin
ilo195.bin

ILO2:
ilo2_120.bin
ilo2_122.bin
ilo2_124.bin
ilo2_126.bin
ilo2_129.bin
ilo2_130.bin
ilo2_135.bin
ilo2_140.bin
ilo2_142.bin
ilo2_143.bin
ilo2_150.bin
ilo2_160.bin
ilo2_161.bin
ilo2_170.bin
ilo2_175.bin
ilo2_177.bin
ilo2_178.bin
ilo2_179.bin
ilo2_180.bin
ilo2_181.bin
ilo2_182.bin
ilo2_183.bin
ilo2_201.bin
ilo2_205.bin
ilo2_206.bin
ilo2_207.bin
ilo2_208.bin
ilo2_209.bin
ilo2_212.bin
ilo2_213.bin
ilo2_215.bin
ilo2_220.bin
ilo2_222.bin
ilo2_223.bin
ilo2_225.bin
ilo2_227.bin
ilo2_228.bin
ilo2_229.bin
ilo2_230.bin
ilo2_231.bin
ilo2_232.bin

ILO3:
ilo3_187.bin
ilo3_100.bin
ilo3_105.bin
ilo3_110.bin
ilo3_115.bin
ilo3_116.bin
ilo3_120.bin
ilo3_126.bin
ilo3_128.bin
ilo3_150.bin
ilo3_155.bin
ilo3_157.bin
ilo3_161.bin
ilo3_165.bin
ilo3_170.bin
ilo3_180.bin
ilo3_182.bin
ilo3_185.bin
ilo3_187.bin
ilo3_188.bin
ilo3_189.bin
ilo3_190.bin

ILO4:
ilo4_101.bin
ilo4_105.bin
ilo4_110.bin
ilo4_113.bin
ilo4_120.bin
ilo4_122.bin
ilo4_130.bin
ilo4_132.bin
ilo4_140.bin
ilo4_150.bin
ilo4_151.bin
ilo4_153.bin
ilo4_200.bin
ilo4_202.bin
ilo4_203.bin
ilo4_210.bin
ilo4_211.bin
ilo4_220.bin
ilo4_222.bin
ilo4_230.bin
ilo4_231.bin
ilo4_240.bin
ilo4_242.bin
ilo4_244.bin
ilo4_250.bin
ilo4_253.bin
ilo4_254.bin
ilo4_255.bin
ilo4_260.bin
ilo4_261.bin
ilo4_262.bin

ILO5:
ilo5_117.bin
ilo5_120.bin
ilo5_130.bin
ilo5_135.bin
ilo5_137.bin
ilo5_139.bin
ilo5_140.bin

ilo5_143.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_143.bin *Windows exe*

This extra save data is not compatible

After few days playing aamazing Resident Evil 2 remake I got this message during game launch:
This extra save data is not compatible.
The reason for that message was changing the system language in Windows settings. Steam forums also mention major Windows updates may cause the same effect.

In my case it was enough to revert changes to language settings in Windows.

Acestream for Raspberry Pi (armv7)

I have made a Github repository for acestream engine extracted from official APK:

You can download latest version here:

acestream_3.1.24_ARMv7.tar.gz

If you have not yet registered in Acestream, you can do it here: https://accounts.acestream.net/register

Installation instructions:

1. Unzip latest release to /opt/acestream

2. Edit androidfs/acestream.engine/acestream.conf: change --login and --password

3. Run /opt/acestream/acestream.start

   -OR-

   Copy acestream.service to /etc/systemd/system
   Enable service to run at boot and start it: systemctl enable acestream; systemctl start acestream

Btsync – reset password

in case you have forgotten password for btsync Web UI, you can override it in config file.
For example on Debian it is located in: /etc/btsync/debconf-default.conf

Find webui section in configuration and add 2 options: username and password:

“login”: “admin”,
“password”: “password”

So “webui” configuration section will look like this:

        "webui" :
        {
                "directory_root" : "/var/btsync",
                "listen" : "0.0.0.0:8888",
                "force_https" : true,
                "ssl_certificate" : "/etc/btsync/debconf-default.crt",
                "ssl_private_key" : "/etc/btsync/debconf-default.key",
                "login": "admin",
                "password": "password"
        }

Now restart btsync serviceby running:

service btsync restart

You can now login using username “admin” and password “password” and reset password in WebUI.