I've been asked to help track down a utility to solve a problem for a small radio station. They're using a Linux box (I don't know what distro, but it doesn't matter.) as the exciter for the transmitter. The motherboard is an Intel Server Board STL2, and for reasons that don't matter, they can't swap it for a different brand. The BIOS on this board generates an error log and when the space for it fills, it crashes the box. This takes the station off the air until somebody can get there, clear the log and reboot. Alas, there doesn't seem to be any way to read the log to find out what the error are, and the board's old enough that Intel doesn't provide "interactive support" for it any longer.
Does anybody here know of a program that can read the log file, presumably before it crashes the box, so that the station's tech can find out what the error messages are and maybe do something about them? It doesn't have to be a native Linux program because they can either use Dosbox or Wine or, if all else fails, boot whatever OS is needed. (Better a little late-night scheduled downtime than a system crash!)