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I have a Dell Networking S6000-ON. I'm trying to install an OS with ONIE but am running into an issue with the EEROM TLV info. Using some of the onie-syseeprom commands came back with this:

ONIE-RECOVERY:/ # onie-syseeprom
Notice:  Invalid TLV header found.  Using default contents.
Notice:  Invalid TLV checksum found.  Using default contents.

TlvInfo Header:
   Id String:    TlvInfo
   Version:      1
   Total Length: 6

TLV Name             Code Len Value
-------------------- ---- --- -----
CRC-32               0xFE   4 0xD4431C18
Checksum is valid.

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ONIE-RECOVERY:/ # onie-syseeprom -s 0x21=S6000
Notice:  Invalid TLV header found.  Using default contents.
Notice:  Invalid TLV checksum found.  Using default contents.
Adding   TLV 0x21: Product Name
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address
Programming passed.

TlvInfo Header:
   Id String:    TlvInfo
   Version:      1
   Total Length: 13

TLV Name             Code Len Value
-------------------- ---- --- -----
Product Name         0x21   5 S6000
CRC-32               0xFE   4 0xCCF50CE6
Checksum is valid.

Two people have spent many hours trying to troubleshoot this, and online searches so far have been in vain.

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    I think this is something you will need to work with Dell to fix. – Ron Maupin Apr 5 at 18:42
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Error i2c_write_2b: No such device or address Probably means that you got the same cross-faked device: Chassis shows S6000 revision and have asic for 40gb, but has main board from S4048 device - you can see revision of main board during boot (first stage).

"No such device" means that some program try to access to i2c device. But S6000` soft compiled to use i2c-0 and S4048/S6010 uses i2c-1.

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