Note: It must be created on a Linux Operating System below:
RedHat Enterprise Linux Workstation 6.x
SUSE Server 11
Downloading the installation file
Click the file links to download the files from the Web page.
When prompted, select a drive and directory in which to save the downloaded files.
Installing the file
Please use a Linux system to prepare the bootable usb key. Unzip linux-bootable-usb-15.tar.gz ("path" is where the package is) cp "path"/linux-bootable-usb-15.tar.gz /tmp/ cd /tmp tar -zxf linux-bootable-usb-15.tar.gz
Log on console as root: sudo su (Ubuntu) su- (Redhat/Suse)
Plug the USB key on machine
Execute bootable script: # cd /tmp/bootable # ./CreateBootable.sh
If no dependency is found, then the user is prompted to install them
Choose which device to create the bootable Linux from the menu. Please choose the USB key you plugged in to create bootable linux.
A confirmation will be asked if you really like to format the USB key. Note: All data will be lost if the USB key is formated.
Then, the creation process will start. Do not remove the USB key during this process. The system will finally show successful information and ask to press any key.
Continue by pressing any key and then you can remove the USB key from the machine.
Please boot the system with the USB key to start diagnostics.
SATA Controller Mode needs to be set to AHCI in system BIOS if the system doesn't use UEFI BIOS