000028140 - KB-1374 Changes in ACM 4.0 and 4.01 ISO images

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Article Number000028140
Applies ToAffected Versions: 4.1; 4.0.1; 4.0; 4.X

The ACM ISO images provided for ACM 4.0 and 4.0.1 are different. This difference is described below.


The process for 'burning' or creating a bootable DVD from the 4.0 and 4.0.1 ISO images has not changed. (There are many DVD 'burning' packages available, such as Roxio, Nero, etc. Customers should follow instructions for the software they are using, to burn an ISO image to DVD).


WHAT is burned and the type of DVD media required is different.

For 4.0, one dual layer DVD is required. Each of the available ACM 4.0 ISO images are hardware dependent/specific. After the hardware specific DVD is created and booted, a complete OS installation/overwrite followed by an installation of ACM 4.0 is done. No hardware console interaction is required, except to remove the bootable DVD, to allow booting from the now installed harddisk on the system.


For 4.0.1 and 4.1, one single layer DVD is required. There is only one ACM 4.0.1 ISO image. After a DVD is created and booted, system console interaction is required because a menu is presented asking if an OS install is to be done, and if so, for which hardware platform. Once the OS is installed, the ACM Software packages need to be downloaded from the Aveksa FTP site and used to complete the 4.0.1 installation.


If the appropriate OS version is allready installed and setup, the ACM Software packages can be copied from the Avkesa FTP site and used to complete the 4.0.1 or 4.1 ACM installation.