Linux/AMT Developers have no doubt been waiting a long time for this. Updated MEI and LMS drivers for Linux. They can be download HERE. (and below as well)
Are you a Linux Developer interested in writing tools for supporting Intel AMT? We would love to hear from you.
Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) Linux support includes two components that allow interaction between the Intel® AMT FW and the Linux OS: Intel® MEI (Intel® Management Engine Interface) driver and LMS (Local Management Service) driver. Intel® MEI driver allows application to communicate with the FW using host interface, and LMS driver allows applications to access the Intel® AMT FW via the local Intel® Management Engine Interface (Intel® MEI).
Intel® Local Manageability Service:
The Local Manageability Service (LMS) allows applications to access the Intel® Active Management Technology FW via the local Intel® Management Engine Interface (Intel® MEI). The LMS is dependent on the Intel® MEI driver. Intel® MEI driver should be installed prior to installing the LMS. The LMS runs as a daemon. Messages from the service will be sent to the syslog. The LMS messages will be marked with a source of "LMS". Once the LMS is running, it listens for incoming connection requests on the following ports:
- Port 16992 for soap and WS-Management requests.
- Port 623 for WS-Management requests
If a secure connection with the Intel® AMT device is enabled (TLS), LMS also listens on these ports:
- Port 16993 for secure soap and WS-Management requests.
- Port 664 for secure WS-Management requests.
Learn how to install the software here - or you can use the RPMs included in the SLED-11, Kernel 220.127.116.11-0.7.