Firmware/Systems Missing RBU

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Systems listed on this page are missing the Remote BIOS Update (RBU) mechanism in their BIOS, which is the most common method used to update Dell system BIOS under Linux.  You may have success using the [http://linux.dell.com/projects.shtml#biosdisk biosdisk] project instead.
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== Servers ==
== Servers ==
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* Vostro 1200
* Vostro 1200
* Vostro Notebook 1000
* Vostro Notebook 1000
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* Vostro 1710
== Dimension ==
== Dimension ==
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* Inspiron Mini 9
* Inspiron Mini 9
* Inspiron Mini 12
* Inspiron Mini 12
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* Inspiron Mini 10
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* Inspiron Mini 10v
== OptiPlex ==
== OptiPlex ==

Latest revision as of 23:55, 20 May 2009

Systems listed on this page are missing the Remote BIOS Update (RBU) mechanism in their BIOS, which is the most common method used to update Dell system BIOS under Linux. You may have success using the biosdisk project instead.

Contents

Servers

  • PowerEdge T105. An alternate install method for this system is available on support.dell.com.


Vostro

  • Vostro Desktop 400
  • Vostro Desktop 200
  • Vostro 1200
  • Vostro Notebook 1000
  • Vostro 1710

Dimension

  • Dimension C521
  • Dimension E521

Inspiron Desktops

  • Inspiron 531
  • Inspiron 530

Inspiron Notebooks

  • Inspiron Mini 9
  • Inspiron Mini 12
  • Inspiron Mini 10
  • Inspiron Mini 10v

OptiPlex

  • OptiPlex 740

Data Center Solutions

  • DCS platforms are tailored for individual customers. As such, many do not have RBU.

Emerging Markets

  • EC280
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