It allows you to have a “master” FOG server that you could point all clients to (in terms of the FOG client installed on the computers), but have them image from the server at their building. If you have a computer at your office for repair, you could also switch its location while it’s there to image and then switch it back once it’s returned to the building. We use this plugin very successfully with 24 sites, although we only have two FOG servers total since our WAN links are all 1Gb or better.
FOG Server r6215 (built from bare metal [actually is virtual] last friday 05-Feb)
For the kernels, maybe we all should start posting kernel versions instead of dates…
This would assume that the kernel versions are incremented for each build. I can’t say one way or the other if this is true (never really paid attention). The other issue is that the inits don’t have a version number that is externally readable. We might be able to identify both the kernels and inits with an md5sum or similar. But then we would need an accurate way to record the md5 value for each release.
@Wayne-Workman I’m getting multiple tabs as well, and while I can see my search terms in the URL in the first tab, the page itself is always blank. I suppose there could be zero results for what I’m searching, but everything I search for?
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@Sebastian-Roth So that command just checks to see if the user already exists or not? And it returning “YES” means… the command succeeded, even though the user might already have existed?