About using ASU commands

The ASU uses either the asu or asu64 command. This topic explains how to use the commands and provides examples.

Explanation of variables

  • In the commands, setting is the name of a setting that you want to view or change, and value is the value that you are placing on the setting.
  • If value contains spaces, enclose the value string in quotation marks (").
  • If you are using a Linux operating system, you must either add a period (.) to the path environment variable or type ./ before each ASU command. For example, type ./asu or for a 64-bit operating system, type ./asu64.