SolidDriver User Guide
Installing Kernel Module Packages (KMPs)
Use a Driver Kit Add-on Repository
The easiest way to install KMPs is to use a pre-built and pre-configured Driver Kit or Installation Kit. These are Add-On repositories that can be used with YaST Add-On Products module.
Installing with YaST Add-On Products Module
The recommended way to install and uninstall these Add-Ons is using the YaST Add-On Products module. Instructions can be found at: Installing Add-On Products
The advantage of installing using the YaST Add-On Products module, is that the driver kit will be configured to automatically install everything required by default. Also uninstallation can be done by simply removing the Add-On product.
Installing with zypper
It is also possible to install packages with directly with zypper by adding the Add-On repository.
First add the repository using the following command:
zypper ar <URI> <alias>
zypper ar https://drivers.suse.com/intel/Intel_SSD_DC_P3500_P3700/sle12-x86_64/1.0/install/ intel-nvme Adding repository 'intel-nvme' ..............................[done] Repository 'intel-nvme' successfully added Enabled: Yes Autorefresh: No GPG check: Yes URI: https://drivers.suse.com/intel/Intel_SSD_DC_P3500_P3700/sle12-x86_64/1.0/install/
If the repository provides drivers associated with the hardware on the system to be installed, those driver packages can be installed by simply running
zypper up File 'content' from repository 'intel-nvme' is signed with an unknown key '79144284C2BEA7E6'. Continue? [yes/no](no):