The criticism of users during the last month of “lock-in Linux and shielding your PC exclusively for the Windows operating system 10”, have forced the measure.

following the críticas last month, Lenovo has released a BIOS update for your range of laptops Yoga 900, allowing them to finally support the installations of GNU / Linux.

Lenovo has denied the allegation of conspiring with Microsoft to shield their computers to the Windows operating system 10 with a configuration of the BIOS to lock the SSD to RAID mode.

In spite of to express that “the providers of the Linux operating system would be responsible, the japanese manufacturer has released a new kernel and drivers to support features such as RAID, SSD, stating that now their teams accept other methods of connection to the storage with this actualización.

The measure hopes to put an end to the complaints caused by a problem of compatibility of storage controllers. Fans of Linux have been complaining in different forums of the difficulties of installing distributions of open source code in the PC of Lenovo.

Matthew Garrett, an expert in the Linux kernel, reported that is this a problem of compatibility storage drivers and to install Linux is needed a kernel with the drivers SSD required.