Welcome to the Dell Enterprise Linux Wiki. This wiki provides the opportunity to learn more about what Dell is doing with Linux on Dell™ PowerEdge™ servers and workstations. To learn more about Linux projects and what the Dell Linux Engineering team is working on, use the navigation pane on the right side of this page.


Deliver the best Linux OS customer experience in the industry.

Open Source Projects

Browse through several git repositories for our open source projects.

Mailing Lists

These mailing lists are to discuss Linux issues on Dell platforms. People who participate on the lists are:
  • Dell engineering team members, including the Linux engineering team or the storage team. They are on the list because they have expert knowledge on the Dell products and are interested in understanding customer challenges. In addition, it is one of the best ways for them to get direct feedback from customers.
  • Dell technical support staff. This staff is comprised of the technicians you talk to on the phone if you call for technical support. They chime in on the lists when they can, but these lists are not official channels for technical support.
  • Dell customers and partners. These individuals are often experts in their own areas and great sources of support and information..
Please keep in mind that this is not an official Dell support venue. These lists are for informational purposes only and may contain typographical errors, technical inaccuracies, and information about configurations that are not officially supported by Dell. The content is provided as is, without express or implied warranties of any kind.

For official Dell support, please go to For more information about Linux solutions, read about our Linux Operating System Solutions page on

Article ID: SLN310562

Last Date Modified: 08/14/2018 02:31 AM

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