Amd-raidxpert2 User Guide



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53987  Rev. 3.10  June 2019 
 
  AMD-RAIDXpert2 User Guide 
 
 Chapter 7 
Software Installation 
77 
 
7.5.3.4 
Installing the AMD-RAID UEFI Drivers during a Supported Ubuntu Desktop 
Installation 
Note:   AMD-RAIDXpert2 supports the Ubuntu 16.04 desktop operating system. 
Note:   Prior to starting this procedure, obtain the AMD-RAID drivers from your system supplier 
or motherboard vendor. Copy the AMD-RAID drivers to the dd directory on a USB flash 
drive, see Section 7.3.2, Copying AMD-RAID Drivers in a Linux
®
 Environment, on page 
63. 
Note:   The Ubuntu driver CD-ROM .iso image contains all Linux variations for a particular 
release. 
Note: Not all of the windows indicated in this procedure will appear during the installation. 
1.  Power on the system. 
2.  Remove the Ethernet cable from the system. 
3.  Insert the Ubuntu desktop operating system CD-ROM or DVD into the system's CD or DVD 
drive. 
4.  Create a bootable array by following the procedure in Section 6.4.2.1, Create an AMD-RAID 
Bootable Array, on page 55. 
5.  Boot to the Ubuntu desktop CD-ROM or DVD. This will bring you to the GNU GRUB 
Window. 
6.  Select Try Ubuntu without installing 
7.  Press the  E key to edit the commands before booting 
8.  Find the string that starts with 
linux /casper/vmlinuz.efi file=/cdrom…..splash -- 
•  Press the END key 
•  At the end of the Boot Options string add the following: break=mount 
modprobe.blacklist=ahci nomodeset  
Note: The string should look like: splash --- break=mount modprobe.blacklist=ahci 
nomodeset 
•  Press F10, to boot. 
9.  When the BusyBox shell appears perform the following: 
Note: If the BusyBox shell doesn’t appear, reboot and try again. 
•  Install the USB flash drive 
•  Type: mount –t vfat /dev/sda1 /tmp 
Note: /dev/sda1 may need to be changed to /dev/sdb1 or /dev/sdc1…depending on 
the number of devices. 
•  Type: cp –ap /tmp/dd / 
•  Type: /dd/pre_install 
•  Type: umount /tmp 
•  Type: exit 
•  Remove the USB flash drive 
10. Wait patiently for the Ubuntu Desktop to appear. 


 

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