We are working towards a most stable release of the 1.5.x line of FOG and will publish release candidates of FOG 1.5.9 for this over the next weeks. We ask people to participate and help test to get the final release as good as we can.
Alrighty, so my work-arounds for this issue were to use a virtual drive of 28GB to make the original image, alternatively you can delete the 4th partition to make imaging completely compatible, but you lose the ability to do an OS reset in Windows.
If you move the partition to where it used to be in v1909, Windows can’t find it and that also loses the ability to reset, so if you have to move it, just delete it i guess…
another alternative if using clonezilla you can image and use gparted to first move the 4th partition to the end of the drive, then resize the 3rd partition, this seems to work fine without losing the option to reset, tested on 2 different machines, a Clevo Laptop and an HP All in One.
Otherwise typically just make sure the drive you are imaging to with FOG is generally larger than the source disk you imaged from and everything should be fine… generally speaking…
I can confirm Ubuntu 18.04 installs the latest version of fog just fine.
I run the daily fog installation tests, which test if the various branches of the fogproject github repo can install on the latest patched versions of various operating systems. I’ve been running these tests for maybe four years now, every day. The daily results are in my signature. While Ubuntu has been problematic sometimes, at the moment it installs fine.
My recommendation to you is to fully update your Ubuntu system before installing fog. This is what my daily installation tests do before installing fog:
apt-get update;apt-get -y dist-upgrade;apt-get -y autoclean;apt-get -y autoremove and then reboot before proceeding.
Further suggestions: Debian and CentOS are by-far the most stable Linux distributions that you can run FOG on. A couple years ago before a major re-write of the daily installation tests, I tracked success streaks of the various OSs and various fogproject branches. CentOS and Debian were neck-and-neck for 1st for the majority of the time on the master branch of the fogproject repo. If you want better luck overall with stability, it would be my modest recommendation to move to one of these distributions.
@OkeriKai said in "Language french" invalid stockage group:
Un dernière question, quand est-ce que la version 1.5.9RC2 sera t-elle stable ?
I don’t have an answer for that. The more people that test 1.5.9RC2 the more happy the developers are to move it to stable. Just don’t forget to go NOW and change the branch back to master so you don’t forget later and wonder why things are not working good.