For your convenience, Netronome's Agilio SmartNIC Basic Firmware is offered in three different packaging formats targeting the following Linux variants: Ubuntu, CentOS/Red Hat and Other Linux distributions. You can access those applicable for your system(s) using the links below or you could setup the public Netronome repositories to retrieve them using your system tools (e.g., apt-get or yum).
We are also listing other packages that you may want/need to install in addition to the NIC-Firmware:
|Basic Firmware||Basic Firmware with SRIOV Support||Linux Driver||Udev Naming Policy|
|Ubuntu||NIC-Firmware-2.1.16 - Debian packaging||SRIOV-Firmware-2.1.16 - Debian packaging||DKMS module - Debian packaging||Udev-policy - Debian packaging|
|CentOS / Red Hat||NIC-Firmware-2.1.16 - RPM packaging||SRIOV-Firmware-2.1.16 - Debian packaging||DKMS module - RPM packaging||Udev-policy - RPM packaging|
|Other Linux distributions||NIC-Firmware-2.1.16.tgz||SRIOV-Firmware-2.1.16.tgz|
The udev naming policy is required when using distributions released before Q1 2018; e.g. RHEL 7.4 or Ubuntu 16.04. It should not be used for newer distributions, which include appropriate naming policies.
The DKMS module is recommended for use with kernels older than 4.15