I bought a supermicro X8SI6-F mainboard with an onboard LSI SAS 2008 controller (LSISAS9211-8i).
It is delivered in what they call "LR" firmware, which makes problems for me because I want to have an Expander. Therefore I want to flash it to the "LT" firmware.
Unfortunately the linux sas2flash utility provided by LSI is not able to perform the step or erasing the old firmware, which is necessary.
Several communite reports indicate that this is only possible with the DOS utility.
I have a server with supermicro IMPI where I can remotely plug in a floppy disk image and boot form it. I found a dos 6.2 image which boots just fine, i only seem to be unable to add the setup utility and firmware files to the filesystem.
I tried creating a boot disk from freedos and several manipulation tools, I am stuck.
I need a bootable DOS disk (floppy IMG or cd ISO) with my 3 custom files accessible on it after booting.
How can I do that?