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Install Dell OpenManage on Ubuntu PowerEdge R410

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Hello,

I am trying to get OpenManage installed, but am running into issues (mainly dependencies).  Does anyone know where I can get more thorough instructions other than on Dell's website?

Thanks for your help,

Don
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I think, dell's packages are for redhat type not debiansubuntu.
When you try to install, what dependencies are missing, use aptitude, apt-get to install the dependencies that are missing.


You can search to see if anyone installed, published, but you already know this.
Dell does not provide source to build it.....
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ubuntu is not supported on that server thus no official OMSA packages for it

there is a community repository but looks like it hasn't been updated in over 4 years so may not support newer ubuntu versions
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Resolved issue.  Went to openSUSE
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