Hey Tom :)
nice to hear from you, all the best…
It’s not time to make a change
Just relax, take it easy
You’re still young, that’s your fault
There’s so much you have to know
Look at me
I am old, but I’m happy
I was once like you are now
And I know that it’s not easy
To be calm when you’ve found
Something going on
But take your time, think a lot
Why, think of everything you’ve got
For you will still be here tomorrow
But your dreams may not
Regards Cat ;)
@robertkwild you could add it but there’s a lot that goes to creating the package for capture. And as most times capture is a fairly manual process it’s also controlled, I think, more rigorously.
I don’t have a simple method of adding the quick capture right now. But I think it’s not too difficult a thing to add. Aside from that though, a worry I’d have would be people choosing the wrong item during pxe boot and potentially overwriting an image unintentionally. For this reason I’m hesitant to add such functionality.
@Sebastian-Roth I’m building a server that has to be ready first thing tomorrow morning so I haven’t been able to put as much time into this as I would like. Based on your suggestion, I tried using a hard drive that was => the original source drive. This worked perfectly, just like pretty much every time I’ve tried to do this type of thing before. Looks like something to do with where the partitions were on the original drive not being properly mapped to the new SSD…? I’m going to take a closer look at all the partitions and where they are located on the drive. It might be as simple as getting rid of a little recovery partition at the end of the drive or something like that. I’ve never had to use a drive that was => the original drive. It has always captured the images and as long as total contents of each partition is less than the capacity of the destination drive it works fine.
I’ve added Fedora 29 Beta to the daily installation tests. I’ll remove it and add the official release as soon as that’s available. I’ve also updated all of my ‘clean’ snapshots with the latest patches.