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he BIOS is Basic Input/Output System used by a computer, which embedded on a chip on a computer’s motherboard.
It is used to controls various devices connected to your computer.
One of the items I've been voicing has been regarding better supporting Linux users with regard to a smoother BIOS/UEFI update process.
This got me really curious and then this morning they sent it over.
Yes, I am also aware of Flashrom to support flashing your BIOS from Linux but this open-source program isn't officially supported by many motherboard vendors (any?
You can also check the Lenovo Support website's driver matrix. Make sure the firmware bootdisk is in linux 'dd' format, as the self-extracting disks from the IBM website cannot be booted directly as such.
Lenovo/IBM provides firmware upgrades in a variety of packages: The Linux diskette is just the Diskette package that runs on Linux instead of Windows/DOS. This worked on the R31, X22, T21, T30 and T41p with various firmware updates.