@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.
@Tom-Elliott said in Failure in Capturing an image:
@ismith-hpu But the machine, indeed, does have an OS on the disk? I can only assume the -a0 is a part of the problem. I don’t know what the argument is doing for the 0.3.12 version of partclone.
It’s to ensure compatibility with 0.2.89 images, allowing them to be deployed with 0.3.12.
0.2.89 had a broken checksum system, so we force it disabled on 0.3.12 in order to allow those images a normal deployment. It’s also faster and slightly smaller images, certainly not complaining about that part.
It is curious that 0.3.12 doesn’t seem to work in this instance, though I wonder if a non-resizable (not raw) capture has been tried?