Updating the fru and sensor data records

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The One-Boot Flash Update Utility is a program used for updating the system BIOS, BMC, Sensor Data Records (SDR), Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) and ME of systems.- Build 17: Add deb package for Debian- Build 16: Fix "Product Area" update failure when checksum is 0x C1- Build 15: Support new SKU- Build 14: Fix maximum length defect of "BMCCONFIG" command- Build 13: Support BBS version display- Build 12: Support new BMC version format | Fix the issue of random BMC update failure- Build 11: Support new SKU | Support area checksum generation for FRU update- Build 10: Fix the defect that asset tag can't be modified | Support "BMCCONFIG" in CFG file | Support new SKU- Build 9: Add "ccs" command option. Run "install.cmd" as administrator to install drivers.5.

| Support BIOS security fix.- Build 8: Add USB device polling for BMC update | Add "restore" to CFG file to restore BMC default for BMC update- Build 7: Fix incorrect version of "/i /u"- Build 6: Support a new SKU | Update supported OS list - Build 5: Improve USB failover to KCS for BMC update | Support auto detection of FANs- Build 4: Add wildcard letter support in file1. Go to "Win_x86" or "Win_x64" folder to execute flashupdt utility (depending on the operating system).6. Copy flashupdt rpm from "Linux_x86" or "Linux_x64" folder (for RHEL or SLES) to local folder.2.

On RHEL/SLES after installing the rpm close the terminal from which rpm was installed and then execute utility from a new terminal (example: "# flashupdt -u /tmp/flashupdt.cfg").5.

For HTTP and FTP based updates please execute the utility from "/usr/bin/flashupdt/" as 'curl' and 'chaff2l.sh' files are needed for HTTP and FTP based updates.1. Install the utility using the command: "#./install.sh"5.

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