IBM - HMC V5.1 Readme

Hardware Management Console

HMC V5.1 Readme

Cumulative history and Readme for use with HMC V5.1

[ Last updated: June 15, 2006 ]

Contents

The information in this Readme contains hints and errata information about the Hardware Management Console.

There is no Corrective Service package to update to HMC Version 5 Release 1.0 from HMC Version 4. Users must perform a Save Upgrade Data task to preserve HMC configuration data such as partition profiles, HMC users and HMC configuration, and then use HMC Version 5 Release 1.0 media to upgrade.

Recommended code levels

To find recommended HMC and server code levels for the currently supported for IBM Power Systems, consult the POWER code matrix at.

Specific PTF information

This section lists the PTFs released for HMC V5 R1.0. The information for each PTF includes sections for enhancements and fixes, known issues (if applicable), and package information. The Package information section provides information to use during the download, installation and verification procedures for HMC corrective service/upgrade packages. For example, you can check the sizes and checksums of downloaded packages, and use the "Splash panel" information to verify that a fix or update was applied successfully. You can also access this PTF-specific information by clicking on the "View" link for any package on the "Downloads" pages of the HMC web site.

PTF MH00933

This package is critical for customers in China that connect to the IBM service provider using a modem for remote service and support.

The phone numbers used to connect to the IBM service provider from China have changed. You must make configuration changes and install this package prior by January 31, 2007, to avoid a disruption in remote service and support from China. Refer to Enhancements and Fixes for a full description of the steps required to make this change.

You can also reference this package by APAR MB01994.

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00933.zip
MH00933.iso
33,594,758
35,698,688
42425
52741
MB01994 MH00933
Splash panel information (lshmc -V command output)
MH00933: Update Modem Connectivity to the IBM service provider in China (01-15-2007)

Enhancements and fixes

This package provides the following fix:

Update Modem Connectivity to the IBM service provider in China

As of February 1, 2007, the existing phone numbers used by the HMC to connect to the IBM service provider within China will be discontinued. Effective immediately a new, expanded set of phone numbers are available to connect to IBM in China.

Before your HMC can successfully connect to the IBM service provider using these new numbers, this package must be installed on your HMC. We recommend that you configure a minimum of two phone numbers.


The new North China phone number 16970 can be dialed from the following cities.

The new South China phone number 4006 744444 can be dialed from the following cities.

The following phone numbers will be accessible throughout China.

  1. Beijing

    10 64690167

  2. Chongqing

    23 86304802

  3. Chengdu

    28 66001617

  4. Fuzhou

    591 28305594

  5. Guangzhou

    20 22235744

  6. Hangzhou

    571 28887167

  7. Hefei551

    551 7126504

  8. Kunming

    871 8099004

  1. Nanchang

    791 2174400

  2. Qingdao

    532 85765558

  3. Shanghai

    21 61006167

  4. Shenzhen

    755 33380169

  5. Suzhou

    512 85180144

  6. Tianjin

    86 22 83310772

  7. Wuhan

    86 27 59708844

  8. Xiamen

    86 592 3196244

You may continue to connect to the IBM service provider electronically from China without installing this package if you can do either of the following:

Use an existing broadband connection to connect to IBM.  You can configure either the Internet VPN or Internet SSL option.

OR

Configure your HMC to call home using an international call to an AT&T access point outside of China. The following numbers may be convenient alternatives. Note that international dialing codes must be added to call them from China.

  1. Hong Kong

    3001-1700

  2. Singapore

    6825-1800

  3. Seoul

    02-3018-3073

Steps required to change phone numbers used to connect to the IBM service provider

  1. Before you begin, install this package.
  2. Log on the Hardware Management Console. In the navigation area,  open Service Applications.  Select the Remote Support Option, and then click Configure Outbound Connectivity.
  3. Within the Customize Outbound Connectivity Pane, click the Local Modem Tab.  Within the Local Modem tab, locate the Telephone Number box, and then select Add.
  4. From the Add Telephone Number pane, make sure that China is selected as the Country or Region.  Compare the phone numbers displayed to the list shown above.  If the new numbers are displayed in the list, select a number from the list, and then click Add. 
  5. If the newer numbers are not yet on your list, you may type the numbers in the Telephone Number field instead of selecting of one of the numbers displayed. Note that if you manually enter these numbers, there is an additional requirement that the System Address, as specified in the Customize Customer Information Pane, is set to China. 
  6. IBM recommends that a minimum of two phone numbers be configured for each Call Home server.  You may test your connectivity to each phone number from the Customize Outbound Connectivity Pane.
  7. Once you have successfully tested your connectivity using the new numbers, you should remove the older numbers from the list of Telephone numbers.   From the Customize Outbound Connectivity Pane, select the phone number you wish to remove, and then click Remove.
  8. After you have completed all your changes, click OK from the Customize Outbound Connectivity Pane.

PTF MH00891 (Security fixes)

This package provides OpenSSL and Open SSH security fixes for HMC V5. You can also reference this package by APAR MB01905. It replaces MH00857

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00891.zip
MH00891.iso
3570046
3958784
40431
17045
MB01905 MH00891
Splash panel information (lshmc -V command output)
MH00891: OpenSSL/OpenSSH security fixes for HMC V5 (11-07-2006)

Enhancements and fixes

This package provides the following security fixes:

NameDescription
CVE-2006-3738/VU#547300 Fix buffer overflow condition.
CVE-2006-4343/VU#386964 OpenSSL SSLv2 client code fails to properly check for NULL which could lead to a server program using openssl to crash.
CVE-2006-2937 Fix mishandling of an error condition in parsing of certain invalid ASN1 structures, which could result in an infinite loop which consumes system memory.
CVE-2006-2940 Certain types of public keys can take disproportionate amounts of time to process. This could be used by an attacker in a denial of service attack to cause the remote side top spend an excessive amount of time in computation.
CVE-2006-4924 Denial of service problems have been fixed in OpenSSH which could be used to cause lots of CPU consumption on a remote openssh server.
CVE-2006-4925 Fix problem where remote attacker is able to inject network traffic that could cause a client connection to close.

PTF MH00857 (Security fix)

This package provides an OpenSSL security fix for HMC V5. You can also reference this package by APAR MB01870.

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00857.zip
MH00857.iso
3530344
3915776
33939
11789
MB01870 MH00857
Splash panel information (lshmc -V command output)
MH00857: OpenSSL security fix for HMC V5 (10-10-2006)

Enhancements and fixes

This package provides the following security fix:

CVE-2006-4339: OpenSSL RSA signature evasion

PTF MH00840

This PTF provides a command monkacpid, that allows processor usage of the keventd kernel daemon. This PTF can be referenced by APAR MB01844.

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00840.zip
MH00840.iso
4155
389120
06580
05331
MB01844 MH00840
Splash panel information displayed after installation
MH00840: monkacpid to monitor acpi events (09-14-2006)

Enhancements and fixes

A number of internal modems, when installed in HMC Machine Type 7310-C04 or 7310-C05, are affecting the performance of the HMC. If you have such an HMC configuration, install this PTF, and then run the monkacpid command from either

This command produces output similar to the following. The output is refreshed every 4 seconds.

 Every 4s: /usr/bin/top -s -b -n 1 -p 3                  Thu Sep 14 14:57:19 2006

  top - 14:57:20 up 53 min,  2 users,  load average: 0.17, 0.10, 0.08
  Tasks:   1 total,   0 running,   1 sleeping,   0 stopped,   0 zombie
  Cpu(s):   5.5% user,   1.0% system,   0.0% nice,  93.5% idle
  Mem:   1022096k total,   919596k used,   102500k free,    32516k buffers
  Swap:  2032212k total,        0k used,  2032212k free,   264288k cached

 PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND
   3 root      15   0     0    0    0 S  0.0  0.0   0:00.02 keventd 

If the number in the %CPU column is greater than 10.0, please contact IBM Hardware support to order a replacement modem. Please reference Retain Tip H187630.

PTF MH00837

Fix missing cron entries after an upgrade

This PTF fixes problems with missing cron entries and file permission that occur following an upgrade.

Notes:

This PTF can also be referenced by APAR MB01796.

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00837.zip
MH00837.iso
36151
25487
7798
403456
MB01796 MH00837
Splash panel information (or lshmc -v output)
MH00837: Fix missing cron entries (09-05-2006)

Enhancements and fixes

Fixes these problems following and Upgrade to HMC Version 5:

PTF MH00822

rstupgdata for HMC Version 5

This PTF provides a new command, rstupgdata, that can be used to restore upgrade data, saved on DVD-RAM, after a new Install of HMC Version 5. You can also reference this package by APAR MB01665.

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00822.zip
MH00822.iso
21432
440320
62248
05297
MB01665 MH00822
Splash panel information (or lshmc -v output)
MH00822: rstupgdata command for HMC V5 (08-18-2006)

Enhancements and fixes

A number of HMC machine types, 7310CR2/7315CR2/7310CR3/7315CR3, have experienced upgrade failures when moving from HMC V4.x to HMC V5.x, or from HMC V5.1 to HMC V5.2.x. Because of this issue, IBM strongly recommends the use of the following upgrade method to upgrade from HMC V4.X to HMC V5.X, or from HMC V5.1 to HMC V5.2.0 or V5.2.1. This method can be used on all machine types.

PTF MH00690

Fix /var filesystem full problem in V5R1.2

This PTF can only be installed on code level HMC V5R1.2. This PTF (MH00690) is also referenced by APAR MB01377.

Enhancements and fixes

This package includes fixes for the following issues:

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00690.zip
MH00690.iso
13244895
13838336
11740
09580
MB01377 MH00690
Splash panel information displayed after installation
MH00690: Fix /var filesystem full problem in V5R1.2 (05-19-2006)

PTF MH00593

HMC Maintenance Package Version 5, Release 1.2. This package includes fixes previously provided in MH00493, MH00507, MH00607, MH00534 and MH00523. If you are upgrading to HMC Version 5 Release 1.0, you must install this maintenance package.

Enhancements and fixes

This package includes the following fixes or enhancements:

DST

Fix for Daylight Saving Time changes

Code Update

Scheduled Operations

Correction of a problem that caused Scheduled Operations to be lost on reboot and the logging of reference code E3550046.

Logging

HMC Logging enhancements which reduce memory usage. Without this enhancement, over time, the creation of many different types of log entries could consume enough memory to impact the stability of the HMC.

Repair and Verify

Save Upgrade Data/Backup

Corrected problem causing virtual retain data to not be sent during a call home operation.

Problem Analysis/Call Home

Service Agent

User Management

HMC Management

Fix compatibility problem when remotely managing HMC's in a mixed environment, where HMC's are installed with different code levels.

Miscellaneous

Provides fix for IBNM performance/hang problems during rendering of IBNM dialogs.

Partition Management

Security

Fix to disable DNS look-up access for SSH (CVE-2003-0386)

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00593_1.zip
MH00593_2.zip
MH00593_1.iso
MH00593_2.iso
565676446
660638136
568715264
660987904
32476
53481
52385
24828
MB00005 MH00593
Installation verification
Display the Splash panel or run the lshmc -V command and check for the following information.
"version= Version: 5
Release: 1.2
HMC Build level 20060225.1
","base_version=V5.1.0
"

PTF MH00607

Fixes for Dump Collection issues on redundant FSP

This PTF can only be installed on an HMC that is a one of the following code levels:

For model 9119-590, 9119-595, 9406-595, 9116-561 and 9117-570 systems with redundant service processor feature at system firmware levels SF235_160, SF235_180, and SF235_185:

A system firmware problem has been identified that will cause the secondary service processor (FSP) to reset during run time causing an FSP dump to be taken. The HMC currently does not collect the dump from the secondary FSP so after multiple occurrences, the FSP dump space will fill up resulting in the secondary FSP becoming deconfigured (GARDed) when no hardware problem exists.

The system will lose service processor redundancy and continue to run without interruption. Restoring service processor redundancy will require a scheduled maintenance outage.

To prevent the secondary FSP from becoming GARDed, HMC PTF MH00607 has been created to collect dumps from the secondary FSP so that the FSP's dump space will not fill up.

Enhancements and fixes

This package includes fixes for the following issues:

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00607.zip
MH00607.iso
13849345
15079424
08944
41687
MB00011 MH00607
Splash panel information displayed after installation
MH00607: Fix Dump collection issues (02-25-2006)

PTF MH00523

Remote HMC Management fix


Notices:

Do not install this PTF if you are using the IBM Network Manager product.

Install this PTF ONLY if your HMC is currently at V5R1.1. That is, this package should be installed only if you have already installed PTF MH00534

Enhancements and fixes

This package includes fixes for the following issues:

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00523.zip
MH00523.iso
4396
395264
42746
40202
MB01300 MH00523
Splash panel information displayed after installation
MH00523: Remote HMC Management fix (01-12-2006)

PTF MH00534 (replaces PTF MH00522)

NLS enhancement for HMC Version 5 Release 1

This PTF can be applied on any HMC at Version 5 Release 1.0, including:

Applying PTF MH00534 to an HMC 5.1 with any of the following PTFs installed:

removes the information entry for the PTF(s) from the output of the lshmc -V command. The fixes provided in these PTFs are not removed, merely the entry for the PTF in the lshmc command output. This PTF includes all the fixes provided by MH00507 and MH00493. PTF MH00534 replaces the previously released PTF MH00522.

Enhancements and fixes

This package includes the following enhancements and fixes:

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
NLS_MH00534.zip
NLS_MH00534_1.iso
NLS_MH00534_2.iso
868656191
568571904
303470592
51911
59349
49936
MB01310 MH00534
Splash panel information displayed after installation
The Version is 5
The Release is 1.1
HMC Build level 20060104.1

PTF MH00507 (replaces PTF M00455)

Maintenance Fix that must be installed on HMC Version 5 Release 1.0. This fix replaces PTF MH00455. If you have not yet installed MH00455, do not install it. Install MH00507 instead. If you have already installed MH00455, install MH00507 as well.

Enhancements and fixes

This package contains all the fixes included in MH00455, as well as additional fixes. It addresses the following issues:

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00507.zip
MH00507.iso
476166630
485728256
47490
19470
MB00003 MH00507
Splash panel information displayed after installation
The Version is 5
The Release is 1.0
HMC Build level 20051110.1
MH00507: Maintenance Package for V5R1.0 (12-03-2005)

PTF MH00493

Notice:

Install this PTF ONLY if your HMC is currently at V5R1.0. Check the "About" splash panel on your HMC to find your current Version/Release level.


Fixes for leap second handling, DST time and openssl

Enhancements and fixes

This package includes fixes for the following issues:

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00493.zip
MH00493.iso
35701547
36104192
13029
31768
MB01275 MH00493
Splash panel information displayed after installation
MH00493: Fixes for leap second handling, DST time and openssl (11-29-2005)

PTF MH00464

InfoCenter update package

Enhancements and fixes

Update to Information Center for HMC V5R1.0.

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
MH00464.zip
MH00464.iso
366864620
368089088
61910
26943
MB01252 MH00464
Splash panel information displayed after installation
MH00464: InfoCenter Update for V5R1.0 (10-27-2005)

PTF MH00455 (replaced by MH00507)

This maintenance fix for HMC 5.1 was replaced by MH00507. All the enhancements and fixes for this package are included in MH00507. If you have not yet installed MH00455, do not install it. Install MH00507 instead. If you have already installed MH00455, install MH00507 as well.

Enhancements and fixes

The fixes in this package are included in MH00507:

PTF MH00407

HMC V5 R1.0 upgrade and recovery package

Enhancements and fixes

This package includes the following enhancements:

Known Issues with Upgrading from HMC Version 4 to Version 5

This package has the following known issues:

Package information
Package name Size (bytes) Checksum APAR # PTF#
HMC_Recovery_V5R1.0_1.iso
HMC_Recovery_V5R1.0_1.iso
1510375424
1098940416
40076
12769
MB01197 MH00407
Splash panel information displayed after installation
The Version is 5
The Release is 1.0
HMC Build level 20050926.1

Hints and Tips for the HMC Desktop

Enhancements and changes

The Ext3 File System has been enabled since HMC Version 4 Release 3. If you wish to take advantage of journaled file system, you must install or upgrade your HMC using the Version 4 Release 3 or higher Recovery CDs.

Server and Partition - Server Management

HMC 5.1 enhancements for server management include:

HMC Code Update

Provides Full Backup and Restore via Network.

LIC Code Update

Deferred Fixes. Deferred fixes have existed in the firmware fixpacks since HMC V4 R5, but the HMC ignored them. In HMC V5 R1.0, support has been added to display a message at the end of the code update to show that there are deferred fixes that have not been activated. The "system information" panel and the lslic command have also been enhanced to display the deferred fix level.

HMC Command Line

Known Issues

Server and Partition

Service Applications

Diskette Drive for 7310-CR3 HMC (x336)

The 7310-CR3 does not come with a diskette drive. If you want to configure the HMC as a Certificate of Authority Server, and then copy the public key signed by the server to diskette, you can contact IBM to order the USB diskette drive that can be used with the 7310-CR3.

LIC Code Update

National Language Support

Languages Supported or Not Supported Locales
English Supported en_US, en_GB, en_GB@euro, en_AU, en_BE, en_BE@preeuro, en_CA, en_HK, en_Ne, en_IE, en_IE@preeuro, en_NZ, en_PH, en_PK, en_ZA, en_SG
German Supported de_DE, de_DE@preeuro, de_CH, de_AT, de_AT@preeuro, de_LU, de_LU@euro
French Supported fr_FR, fr_FR@preeuro, fr_CH, fr_CA, fr_BE, fr_BE@euro, fr_LU, fr_LU@euro
Italian Supported it_IT, it_IT@preeuro, it_CH
Spanish Supported es_ES, es_ES@preeuro, es_AR, es_BO, es_CL, es_CO, es_CR, es_DO, es_EC,es_SV, es_GT, es_HN, es_MX, es_NI, es_PA, es_PY,es_PE, es_PR, es_US, es_UY,es_VE
Brazilian Portuguese Supported pt_BR
Japanese Supported ja_JP
Simplified Chinese Supported zh_CN, zh_SG
Traditional Chinese Supported zh_TW, zh_HK
Korean Supported ko_KR
Hungarian Supported hu_HU
Dutch Supported nl_NL, nl_NL@preeuro, nl_BE, nl_BE@preeuro
Russian Supported ru_RU
Czech Supported cs_CZ
Slovakian Supported sk_SK

Miscellaneous Functions

Security fixes
Reference Abstract
CVE-2004-0175 OpenSSH SCP Client File Corruption Vulnerability
CVE-2002-0839
CVE-2002-0840
CVE-2002-0843
Apache HTTPD Multiple Vulnerabilities
CVE-2001-0572 SSHv1 Protocol Available
CAN-2003-0989 tcpdump remote DOS
CAN-2004-0078 mutt remote buffer overflow
CAN-2004-0110 libxml2 URI Parsing Remote Buffer Overflow
CAN-2004-0109
CAN-2004-0181
Linux kernel ISO9660/JFS local privilege escalation, info leak
CAN-2004-0183 tcpdump ISAKMP remote DOS
CAN-2004-0427
CAN-2004-0424
CAN-2004-0229
CAN-2004-0228
CAN-2004-0394
Linux kernel privilege escalation, local DoS
CAN-2004-0174
CAN-2003-0020
CAN-2003-0993
CAN-2003-0542
apache - multiple vulnerabilities
CAN-2004-0554 Linux kernel "__clear_fpu()" Macro local DoS
CAN-2004-0523 kerberos aname_to_localname remote root compromise
CAN-2004-0492 apache: remote overflow in mod_proxy
CAN-2004-0460
CAN-2004-0461
VU#317350
VU#654390
dhcp-server: remote system compromise
CVE-2002-1363 libpng remote DoS
CAN-2004-0590 Certificate chain authentication in Openswan pluto
CAN-2004-0649 L2tpd: remote execution of arbitrary files w/ privs of l2tpd user
VU#388984
VU#236656
VU#160448
VU#477512
VU#817368
VU#286464
CAN-2004-0597
CAN-2004-0598
CAN-2004-0599
libpng: multiple vulnerabilities
CAN-2004-0415 kernel: local privilege escalation, race condition in file offset pointer handling
VU#550464
CAN-2004-0644
krb5: remote unauthenticated DoS
CAN-2004-0817 imlib: local execution via heap overflow
CAN-2004-0687
CAN-2004-0688
xf86: multiple buffer overflows with malformed xpm images
CAN-2004-0966 gettext: Insecure temporary file handling
CAN-2004-0804
CAN-2004-0886
tiff: Buffer overflows in image decoding
CAN-2004-0884 Cyrus-sasl2: (ver2.1.7)Insecure handling of environment variable
CAN-2004-0971 krb5: krb5-workstation: Possible symlink attack, priv escalation via temproary file mishandling
CAN-2004-0989 libxml: remote code execution, buffer overflow
CAN-2004-0975 Openssl: possible symlink attack via temp file mishandling
CAN-2004-0940 Apache: local buffer overflow in get_tag function in mod_include
SUSE-SA:2004:041 xf86: SuSE security updates for libxpm
CAN-2004-0782 mlib: SuSE xpm security updates in imlib
CAN-2004-1010 zip: buffer overflow in info-zip when using recursive folder compression
CAN-2004-1308 tiff: multiple buffer overflows
CAN-2004-0986 iptables: variable init failure can cause failure to load firewall rules
CAN-2004-0883
CAN-2004-0949
CAN-2004-1070
CAN-2004-1071
CAN-2004-1072
CAN-2004-1073
CAN-2004-1074
kernel: SuSE update for multiple local and remote DoS vulnerabilities
CAN-2005-0155

CAN-2004-0452
CAN-2005-0077
Perl: SuSE security update to address two priv escalation and a buffer overflow condition
CAN-2005-0449
CAN-2005-0209
CAN-2005-0529
CAN-2005-0530
CAN-2005-0532
CAN-2005-0384
CAN-2005-0210
CAN-2005-0504
CAN-2004-0814
CAN-2004-1333
CAN-2005-0003
SuSE updates for multiple issues on 2.4-2.6.11 kernels
CAN-2005-1993 sudo: vulnerabilities allow execution of arbitrary commands
CAN-2005-1267
CAN-2005-1278
CAN-2005-1279
CAN-2005-1280
tcpdump: fix for several DOS vulnerabilities
CAN-2005-1151
CAN-2005-1152
CAN-2005-1349
CAN-2005-0103
CAN-2005-0104
CAN-2005-1455
CAN-2005-1454
CAN-2004-1456-CAN-2004-1470
tiff: buffer overflow allows execution of arbitrary code

eServer i5 and p5 Education available on Resource Link

The following customer courses will be available from Resource Link for the Product Announce on May 4, 2004.

Access to these courses requires an IBM Registration ID and Resource Link Access.

To obtain an IBM Registration ID

  1. Go to http://www.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink
  2. Select "Register" under New users
  3. On the My IBM Registration, fill in an e-mail address for IBM ID and password, and the Security question and answer and the Country of residence and then click Continue and fill in the rest of the User information and click Submit.

Resource Link Access for New Users

  1. Go to http://www.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink
  2. Select "Sign in" enter the IBM ID and password you used to register above
  3. Select "Customer"
  4. Click "Submit" Once submitted it will take an hour before the access takes effect

To view a course

  1. Sign in to Resource Link
  2. Select Education in the navigation bar on the left
  3. From the Education page, select "eServer i5 and p5 courses"
  4. Select "How to Use the eServer i5 and p5 Hardware Management Console"
  5. Select "Performing Licensed Internal Code Maintenance"
  6. Double-click the link to open the course.

Notes:

  1. The courses are browser based. For optimal viewing, we recommend Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher with your display set at 1024 x 768. To set your display, go to My Computer -> Display -> Settings
  2. Course pages can be book marked for easy retrieval.
  3. Course simulations open in a separate window. Use the X in the upper right corner of the window to close the simulation.
  4. If there are QuickTime videos in the course, you need to have the QuickTime viewer installed. A link to the free viewer is on each Resource Link course page and on the related page within each course.

HMC documentation

Documentation, installation guides, cumulative PTF history, best practices, and related support information:

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