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/opt/dell/toolkit/systems/drm_files/apply_bundles.sh is invalid

Hello,

i am trying to create an bootable iso image by using DRM.

I am creating my own bundle end create the iso.

So far so good. I mount the iso file to the virtual media via idrac.

Everything goes smoothly, boot is ok, but when the systeme try to lauch the update, i have

/opt/dell/toolkit/systems/drm_files/apply_bundles.sh is invalid ...

please press enter to reboot.

I tried either with my own bundle or an existing bundle for R71, message always is the same.

I tried to custom my own apply_bundles.sh but no chance, still not working.

any ideas?

Regards.

Denis 

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Re: /opt/dell/toolkit/systems/drm_files/apply_bundles.sh is invalid

Anyone?

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RE: /opt/dell/toolkit/systems/drm_files/apply_bundles.sh is invalid

Same error here, except I'm booting from CD because I have to flash the iDrac firmware because it's bricked.

In fact, I can't get ANYTHING from DRM to work at all. I export a repo as SUU, but when I boot the system off of the SBUU DVD, and try to update the firmware, it says the repo is not a valid SUU.

Instead of making bootable update ISOs like their competitors, Dell throws half-baked tools at you so YOU can do all the work.

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RE: /opt/dell/toolkit/systems/drm_files/apply_bundles.sh is invalid

SBUU firmware update feature cannot accept a SUU iso created from DRM.

Please use the original SUU iso available on support.dell.com and supply it as an input to SBUU firmware update.

Thanks,

Shashi.

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RE: /opt/dell/toolkit/systems/drm_files/apply_bundles.sh is invalid

I'm having the same issue here.

Generated ISO from Dell Repository Manager. It works fine on all types of PE (620, 630, 710, etc) except on R720 with error message: /opt/dell/toolkit/system/drm_files/apply_bundles.sh is invalid.

Prior of that error I have mount error regarding the tool kit:

mount /dev/disk/by-id/wwn-0x0...-part1 /opt/dell/toolkit/system
COULD NOT MOUNT /dev/disk/by-id/wwn-0x0...-part1

It's almost like it would try to mount the dell toolkit on a SAN interface, trying with a bunch of WWNs...

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