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10.6: Update renders Mac with PGP disk encryption unbootable
Authored by: HFTobeason on Nov 12, '10 11:48:29AM

I have been unable to figure out why I'm getting the dreaded "sudo: unable to execute ./PGPwdeEFIUpdate.sh: No such file or directory" error when attempting to run the shell script. All previous steps worked perfectly, with no errors. Any thoughts much appreciated. Thanks.

Edited on Nov 12, '10 12:30:29PM by HFTobeason



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10.6: Update renders Mac with PGP disk encryption unbootable
Authored by: Typhoon14 on Nov 12, '10 02:54:21PM

I've also had no luck at all getting the script to runů



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10.6: Update renders Mac with PGP disk encryption unbootable
Authored by: Typhoon14 on Nov 12, '10 03:01:40PM

OK, figured it out. It looks like for whatever reason the file was getting saved with the wrong line endings (Windows-style CRLF instead of unix-style LF). In my case, I opened the file in Textmate, and saved it with LF line endings. After doing this it worked fine. I'm guessing you could accomplish the same thing by putting TextEdit in plain text mode, copying and pasting the contents of the shell script into a new file and saving it with the .sh file extension. After doing so, be sure to do chmod 755 on the new file before executing it.



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