Using the browser to connect to FOG It says I need internet access. Or am I doing it wrong?
The login screen contacts fogproject.org to get the estimated number of FOG sites that are operating world-wide. If the FOG server can’t retrieve this information, it’s not a problem. Just business as usual.
@Wayne-Workman Awesome! I ran the commands on this page and my site is up and running! Thanks. There were some questions about DHCP and PXE in the install which I didn’t really know how to answer but if I answered it wrong I will probably trash the VM and start again as it’s quite quick.
Now I need to do some reading about capturing an image!
FOG 1.2.0 is obsolete now, so is Ubuntu 10. And it’s just a bad idea to use anything but the latest LTS version of Ubuntu for a new build.
Until well ago was the official version, this I say, are LiveCD with FOG 1.2. installed so you only have to install and configure.
Fog 1.3.4 still gives errors, we are testing it, so I think this is a good solution to install without connection.
Don’t let the title scare you. Its not really that hard. What you will do here is create an iPXE boot stick that will launch you into the iPXE FOG menu. The only thing that you need to be concerned with is the iPXE kernel have built in usb support for the generic network adapter.
If that process fails we can build a FOS usb boot stick and bypass iPXE altogether.