@Tom-Elliott said in Ubuntu is FOG's enemy:
apt-get -y remove unattended-upgrades
This saved my bacon, thank you very much, first command failed but second one worked, i have also run the unattended-upgrades command, once again thank you.
@Daniel-Miller said in FOG client with dual boot image:
We actually have a related issue in some of our student labs with a configuration management product (Deep Freeze) that discards changes to the filesystem; the machines in question lose their trust relationship whenever they are rebooted. I’ve mulled the issue over a bit and have some testing slated to attempt using junctions to offload the token storage location to a non-managed volume. I think the same approach might be viable for a dual-boot system through the use of junctions and symbolic links to tie the file locations containing the token in each operating system to a 3rd commonly readable file system. Thoroughly untested, mind you, but should be a viable workaround.
Try to add correct exceptions to Deep Freeze (files, folders and registry keys), take a lot of care with installation paths and other changes, On my last update the client break to malfunction on a lot of freezed computers that have the client installed on non default path, a little problem with the updaterhelper.
Hehehe i Verified it again!!! @Quazz Task Deploy info on database is updated during progress on deploying at least, a few computers is not problem, but with 16500 and 13 techies working like slaves this can be a cause of database’s stress.
At least taskPercentText, taskDataCopied, taskTimeRemaining, taskTimeElapsed, taskBPM on task table is updated during partition deploy.
I think that this info can help to improve this great solution.