So obviously, it's necessary to update the memory sections with user applications and the OS kernel. Sections of the Flash Memory of a Linux-Based Device Events for starting the update process include: You can copy update files though plug media or receive them over the network (in case the system is fitted with an Ethernet port or a Wi-Fi module).Usually, this procedure uses the TFTP protocol widely supported by various loaders.Unfortunately it does not really reveal the all of the steps in detail, so I decided to outline them a bit more. In my lab environment that location is at D:\Config Mgr\OSD\boot\i386. Rename the to bak and then rename the boot image named something like boot. Awarded as Power Shell Hero in 2015 by the community for his script and tools contributions.Below is the steps that I did for both the x86 and x64 boot images. Creator of Config Mgr Prerequisites Tool, Config Mgr OSD Front End, Config Mgr Web Service to name a few. Luckily for me I’ve run into this problem before when upgrading to Config Mgr 2012 SP1 and I remembered that I’ve read a post about this and how to solve it. Nickolaj has been in the IT industry for the past 10 years specializing in Enterprise Mobility and Security, Windows devices and deployments including automation.This post by Clifton Hughes explains how to update the default boot images. Currently working for True Sec as a Principal Consultant.If you were not following along in the extremely wonderful Config Mgr (I wasn’t at that time), it’s easy to miss that the default boot images was not updated. Rename it so that it reflects the boot image for the site, e.g. For your information, executing the command takes some time. In my lab environment that location is at D:\Config Mgr\OSD\boot\x64. Rename the to bak and then rename the boot image named something like boot. Once both of default boot images have been updated, you’re now able to see all the tabs again and make customizations to the images.
The second way is to update the software through TFTP.The first section is filled with a Linux kernel loader, which in turn can be executed in several stages.For example, a small-size bootloader is copied to the CPU internal memory, performs initialization of external memory and copies the second-level loader to the external RAM. Open an elevated Power Shell console and run the following command: in the command to suit your environment.This tutorial provides a general description of updating Linux-based firmware and illustrates it with some specific implementations.