Lukas, thanks for the help. The ./ before the file name at the
oem_setup_env prompt worked. I am still having problems in that after
running the .sh file or using "ldfware -file xxxxx.img " to apply the
firmware, my firmware level, both temp and perm, does not change. I
do run "ldfware -commit", but I assume that just copies the temporary
image to permanent.

Working with IBM hardware so they should be able to get the problem fixed.

$ ldfware -file 01EA340_101_039.img
The image is valid and would update the temporary image to EA340_101.
The new firmware level for the permanent image would be EA330_031.

The current permanent system firmware image is EA330_031.
The current temporary system firmware image is EA330_031.

***** WARNING: Continuing will reboot the system! *****

Do you wish to continue?
Enter 1=Yes or 2=No

$ lsfware
system:EA330_031 (t) EA330_031 (p) EA330_031 (t)

On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 10:47 AM, Lukas Beeler
<lukas.beeler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 16:40, Steve Richter <stephenrichter@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
get a "not found" error when I run the file:

$ oem_setup_env

This is AIX, not DOS. "." is never in $PATH. Use the full path or
./ for the local directory.

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