Tivoli Provisioning Manager for OS Deployment Introduction to Kernel Free Mode



This STE will cover:
- What is a pre-OS engine?
- What functions are preformed by the Rembo Kernel?
- Why use the Kernel Free Mode?
- A Brief History of TPMfOSd
- Kernel vs Kernel Free Flow
- Kernel Free features
- What is the Switcher?
- Switcher tasks
- How to enable Kernel Free
- Kernel Free data and configuration files
- What is the Engine.ini?
- Kernel Free logs
- Kernel Free error handling
- Questions?

Date: October 11 2011
10:00 AM Eastern US

Presented by: Bruce Freedman and Assunta Zaccaria

Audience: Level 2 and Level 3 Support, Services, GTS, Business Partners, Customers


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