I understand that there might be an (unsupported) way to get system manager 2.0 to run on 64 bit linux.
If anyone has a procedure for this I'd sure appreciate seeing it - my customer is trying to hack the package with no luck - and since 64 bit linux is all they run it's hard to talk them out of trying this - with everyone understanding that it is fully unsupported.
Past that - is this on the roadmap? Most people are running 64 bit these days - isn't it just a new compile?
I'm running System Manager 2.0 on Ubuntu 11.10 amd64, I've converted the .rpm package to a .deb package using "alien" (sudo apt-get install alien); I know it's not supported but It is working fine so far.
There's a file called "system_manager.desktop" inside "/opt/NetApp/oncommand_system_manager/2.0", copy that file on your desktop, right click it, select "Properties", then mark the checkbox "Allow executing file as program". Every time you double-click it it will launch.
I have done it with both. n 2.0.2, the line number is a bit lower than as said in the blog post, but same logic.
OnCommand worked peachy on a virgin system with 2.0. Then it stopped working -- stuck at loading system. I did it a few days ago with 2.0.2, but I guess I have files somewhere that trigger the same issue.