I was having (yet again) the problem, that I could not download the IntelME-Package via megadown, when using the official build script.
I downloaded the most recent script and dist-upgraded the system to sure that everything is up to date.
The script gave me this output:
Downloading ME 11 Repository from https://mega.nz/#!2ElyFQDT!cC0gTlH8rB9EWD4MGX0mVElT94BauqFn-dBKuoEselc
Please be patient while the download finishes…
Reading link metadata…
and then it just stopped. When I went to the link I could download the package
1450d7ea985fbcf0ea79ba61bdc71ed3c5de52a6a82f14c07120b6b321e97352 /home/user/Downloads/Intel CSME 11.0 Firmware Repository Pack r53.rar
When I copy that file to coreboot/megadown and rename it to “me_11_repository.rar” I get the same error.
Which is because the official script (per default) wants to have everything fresh and deletes any existing files. Furthermore I copied the file to coreboot/megadown. This is the wrong location. The IntelME-Package has to go to just coreboot/ and be renamed to “me_11_repository.rar”.
How are your expirences?
what I am wondering: Why is this even needed? My IntelME is disabled. Shouldn’t this be obsolete?