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* 2024-03-01

ILO1 : ilo196.bin (30-Apr-2014)
ILO2 : ilo2_233.bin (30-Mar-2018)
ILO3 : ilo3_194.bin (iLO3 v 1.94.2 06-Dec-2020)
ILO4 : ilo4_282.bin (iLO4 v 2.82.5 06-Feb-2023)
ILO5 : ilo5_302.bin (28-Feb-2024)
ILO6 : ilo6_155.bin (15-Dec-2023)

*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:
[code]
$ chmod +x CP022551.scexe
$ ./CP022551.scexe –unpack=/tmp/iLO3
$ ls -l /tmp/iLO3
..
ilo3_180.bin
..
[/code]

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
ilo3_191.bin
ilo3_192.bin
ilo3_193.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
ilo4_270.bin
ilo4_272.bin
ilo4_273.bin
ilo4_275.bin
ilo4_276.bin
ilo4_277.bin
ilo4_278.bin
ilo4_279.bin
ilo4_280.bin
ilo4_281.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*
ilo5_145.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_145.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_146.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_146.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_210.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_210.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_214.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_214.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_215.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_215.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_216.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_216.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_218.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_218.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_230.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_230.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_231.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_231.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_233.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_233.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_235.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_235.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_241.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_241.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_244.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_244.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_246.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_248.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_248.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_255.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_255.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_260.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_260.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_260.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_260.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_263.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_263.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_265.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_265.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_271.bin *Linux RPM*
ilo5_271.bin *Windows exe*
ilo5_272.bin
ilo5_278.bin
ilo5_281.bin
ilo5_291.bin
ilo5_296.bin
ilo5_297.bin
ilo5_298.bin
ilo5_299.bin
ilo5_300.bin
ilo5_301.bin

ILO6:
ilo6_110.bin
ilo6_120.bin
ilo6_130.bin
ilo6_151.bin
ilo6_152.bin
ilo6_153.bin

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:

[code]
“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”
}
[/code]
Now restart btsync serviceby running:
[code]service btsync restart[/code]

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

Kodi video buffer cache location

When you disable RAM caching by setting “cachemembuffersize = 0” in .kodi/userdata/advancedsettings.xml Kodi will write video cache to disk.
Video cache will be written to kodi temporary folder:
[code]~/.kodi/userdata/temp[/code]

with filename:

[code]filecache000.cache[/code]

transaction check error – mysql-community-libs-compat conflicts with file from package compat-mysql51

While upgrading MySQL server on centos 6 from 5.5 to 5.7 you may encounter following error:

[code]
Transaction Check Error:
file /usr/lib64/mysql/libmysqlclient.so.16.0.0 from install of mysql-community-libs-compat-5.7.11-1.el6.x86_64 conflicts with file from package compat-mysql51-5.1.54-1.el6.remi.x86_64
file /usr/lib64/mysql/libmysqlclient_r.so.16.0.0 from install of mysql-community-libs-compat-5.7.11-1.el6.x86_64 conflicts with file from package compat-mysql51-5.1.54-1.el6.remi.x86_64
[/code]

It can be resolved by running following yum transaction:

[code]
$ yum shell
> remove compat-mysql51
> install mysql-community-libs-compat
> run
[/code]

This will update affected mysql libraries to newer version without breaking any dependencies.