Install the AMD-RAID UEFI Drivers during a RHEL 7.3 64-bit Linux ® Installation Note: The Linux operating system modules must include the gcc+ compiler and the pthreads library, so that the rcadm program can be installed properly. Note: Prior to starting this procedure, obtain the AMD-RAID drivers from your system supplier or motherboard vendor. Copy the AMD-RAID drivers to a USB flash drive. See Section 7.3.2, Copying AMD-RAID Drivers in a Linux ® Environment, on page 63. Note: When installing Red Hat Linux, use the Linux dd installation mode instead of the Linux expert mode. Note: Not all of the windows indicated in this procedure will appear during the installation. 1. Power on the system.
2. Insert the USB drive containing the AMD-RAID drivers.
3. Insert the Red Hat operating system CD-ROM or DVD into the system’s CD or DVD drive.
4. Create a bootable array by following the procedures in Section 184.108.40.206, Create an AMD-RAID
Bootable Array, on page 55.