The purpose of the Dell Linux YUM Repository is to distribute all Official Dell Software.
The repository contains BIOS, Firmware, Diagnostic applications and OMSA for Dell PowerEdge Servers. An updated Dell Linux YUM Repository is available here. Dell Linux YUM Repository provides options like selected updates, non-interactive updates etc for improved user experience. .
The Dell Linux YUM Repository supports Dell's 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th Generation of Dell PowerEdge Servers
Please check the repository index page for supported Operating Systems. For latest repository click here
Community distros like CentOS, ScientificLinux, Fedora and OpenSUSE *should* work, but not tested with this repository. Please report problems to the mailing list and we will try to fix the issue (unofficially) or find a workaround. There is no guarantee that these will be fixed.
Of particular note, the following operating systems have problems:
RHEL7 and below: RHEL7 and below releases are not supported by Dell Linux YUM Repository.
Fedora: The community releases are officially unsupported in this repository. You can, however, fake it by editing the yum config and changing "fc" to "el5". This is completely unsupported. If it breaks you can keep all the pieces.
Debian/Ubuntu: You can find unsupported builds here.
Centos/Scientific: See the relevant note under .Supported Operating Systems.
Please see the Frequently Asked Questions page.
This repository contains RPMS for Dell OpenManage Server Administrator (OMSA). The best way to install OMSA is to install the srvadmin-all metapackage, which installs all OMSA components.
Documentation for OMSA is here:
To install all OMSA components using using yum (on RHEL 8,RHEL 9):
yum install **Meta-Package (select from list below)**
To install all OMSA components using using zypper (on SLES15):zypper install **Meta-Package (select from list below)**
The following meta packages are provided:
If you have purchased support from Dell and have questions or issues concerning a product or solution supported by Dell, please visit Dell Support , and if necessary, contact Dell Technical Support through the normal channels.
Rsync is now available. The rsync address is: rsync://linux.dell.com/repo
Recommended rsync command:
rsync -avHz linux.dell.com::repo/hardware .