Linux image type
The Add/Edit Image dialog box lets you define or edit the configuration settings of a Linux image file type.
The name of the image file (RAM drive). Assuming you used the standard BMC Server Automation image creation script, the image file is named gentoord.gz.
The kernel required for PXE booting a Linux machine. Assuming you used the standard BMC Server Automation image creation script, the kernel name is gentoo.
Command line arguments that the kernel requires at boot time.
64 bit image
Check this field if this image is to be used to provision 64-bit machines. Leave it unchecked otherwise.
Set as default image
The default image is the image that the system uses for auto-discovery. For example, when an unknown device PXE boots on your network, the system sends this device the default image.