Ubuntu updating bios
The problem with the official Free DOS images is the lack of extra space for holding firmware and BIOS update files and programs.
The easiest way to create a DOS, bootable FAT drive of arbitrary size under Linux is to mount a FAT drive under dosemu then make it bootable with the Free DOS sys command.
I want to update my BIOS but do not have Windows installed my system.
How do I update Lenovo BIOS from Linux without using MS-Windows operating system with the help of a USB stick?
Warning: If you have a laptop/notebook/netbook, please do NOT try flashrom because interactions with the EC on these machines might crash your machine during flashing.
This tutorial shows how to update the BIOS on a Lenovo Think Pad that only runs Linux operating system.
It is quite useful for users that do not have MS-Windows installed on the same system.
The app will automatically download the image for you and copy it to the drive.
Finally, you may copy everything you want to flash there (BIOS, firmwares, etc).