13.3.4. Select an Installation Server Target That Includes a Driver Update

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  1. Configure the computer to boot from the network interface by selecting Select Boot Options in the SMS menu, then Select Boot/Install Device. Finally, select your network device from the list of available devices.
  2. In the yaboot installation server environment, choose the boot target that you prepared on your installation server. For example, if you labeled this environment rhel6-dd in the /var/lib/tftpboot/yaboot/yaboot.conf file on your installation server, type rhel6-dd at the prompt and press Enter.
Refer to Section 13.2.3, “Preparing an Initial RAM Disk Update” and Chapter 30, Setting Up an Installation Server for instructions on using a yaboot installation server to perform an update during installation. Note that this is an advanced procedure — do not attempt it unless other methods of performing a driver update fail.
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