SGI® UV™ kISO
This site contains an updated install image (kISO) for use with installing
SUSE Linux Enterprise on SGI® UV™ systems.
The kISO contains updates to the SUSE Linux Enterprise kernel.
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 3
supported server systems
- SGI® UV™ 300
- SGI® UV™ for SAP HANA
- Burn the ISO image above to an empty CD/DVD media.
- Start the installation using the new CD/DVD media, having the standard SUSE Linux Enterprise media at hand or a URL to a network installation server.
- If doing a network install, enter the URL of the network install source on the boot command line using the 'install=' option.
- If doing installation from optical media the installer will first boot from the kISO and then ask to insert CD1 of the SUSE Linux Enterprise product.
PXE boot installation
- Download the ISO image above.
- Mount the ISO image for access to the contents.
- Copy the kernel and initrd images from the kISO image to the appropriate location on your tftp boot server. The initrd and kernel image are found under the ./boot/x86_64/loader directory. Download links for the kernel and initrd images can also be found in the table below.
- An updated kernel will be used for installation and installed onto the system.
Example pxelinux config file section:
# Install SLES 11 SP3 with kISO label install-kISO kernel linux-kISO append initrd=initrd-kISO splash=silent vga=0x314 showopts install=http://installserver/SLES-11-SP3-x86_64
package names and versions
The following packages are provided with this kISO:
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