Usually, Lenovo releases BIOS updates in two formats: a single .EXE file, that needs to be executed on a Windows OS, and a .ISO file that needs to be burned on a CD. But, how can i perform the upgrade if my laptop doesn’t have the CD reader and my OS is Linux?
In order to watch Netflix!
Using just FFMPEG!
In a previous post I’ve explained the setup of my “ultra geek” laptop: a cheap Dell with Debian, a minimal graphical interface (i3) and a small subset of light applications. Some readers asked me more information about my i3 configuration, expecially regarding some laptop features such as keys binding for screen brightness and volume control.
Last saturday the Debian project has released the last version of the “universal operating system”: the clean install, using updated CD images is one of the best and simple solution, however also the upgrade process is very simple and fast.