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Huawei IN200 NIC User Guide 07

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Preparations (SUSE Linux)

Preparations (SUSE Linux)

The IN200 has been certificated by SUSE. Before installing, or upgrading drivers for SUSE Linux, you need to import the SUSE Linux PLDP UEFI certificate (mandatory in the Secure Boot mode) and gpg public key of the installation package.

(Optional) Importing the SUSE PLDP Certificate

Before installing the IN200 driver on the server in the BIOS UEFI safe mode, import the SUSE PLDP UEFI certificate in the BIOS to support the certificated IN200 driver.

  1. Obtain the SUSE Linux PLDP UEFI certificate.

    For details about the certificate address, see Obtaining Software Packages.

  2. Import the SUSE Linux PLDP UEFI certificate to the BIOS.

    On the BIOS screen, choose Administer Secure Boot > DB Options > Enroll Signature and import the SUSE LDAP UEFI certificate. After the certificate is imported, PLDP Secure Boot Signing Key is displayed in the DB Signature List, as shown in Figure 2-1.
    Figure 2-1 Importing a certificate

    For details, see the server BIOS parameter reference.

Importing the SUSE gpg Public Key

You only need to import the gpg public key of the SUSE installation package once.

  1. Obtain the SUSE gpg public key.

    For details about the certificate address, see Obtaining Software Packages.

  2. Upload the public file such as gpg-pubkey-c2bea7e6-4c2de264.asc to any directory of the operating system on the server.
  3. Run the rpm --import command to import the public key to the operating system.

    rpm --import gpg-pubkey-c2bea7e6-4c2de264.asc

Updated: 2019-11-19

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