Using Driver Update Disk to Install Linux on Lenovo ThinkSystem ServersPlanning / Implementation

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Published
1 Apr 2022
Form Number
LP1577
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9 pages, 100 KB

Abstract

Driver Update Disk (DUD) is a feature of Linux operating systems used to install drivers for required devices or updated software packages during operating system installation. It is easy to fix any installation issues and does not require a pre-installed operating system and application.

This document introduces Driver Update Disk feature, shows users how to build a DUD file, and how to use it on supported Lenovo® ThinkSystem™ servers. This paper is intended for IT specialists and IT administrators who are familiar with Red Hat/SUSE Linux operating system and want to install an older or customized operating system on Lenovo ThinkSystem servers with newer devices.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Layout of the DUD
Building a DUD file
Using the DUD ISO file
Verification
Resources
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