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6.3.4. Select a PXE target that includes a driver update

  1. Select network boot in your computer's BIOS or boot menu. The procedure to specify this option varies widely among different computers. Consult your hardware documentation or the hardware vendor for specifics relevant to your computer.
  2. In the preexecution boot environment (PXE), choose the boot target that you prepared on your PXE server. For example, if you labeled this environment r6c-dd in the /tftpboot/pxelinux/pxelinux.cfg/default file on your PXE server, type r6c-dd at the prompt and press Enter.
Refer to Section 6.2.3, “Preparing an initial RAM disk update” and Chapter 30, Setting Up an Installation Server for instructions on using PXE 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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