In the web console you can set / configure the pc’s to always reboot / reimage on X day at X time. This was an alternative to using software to lock the machines down further, simply reimage them every night / etc.
I don’t think Fog v.32 supports 4 k sectors at this time… I could be wrong though. I thought this was coming out with v.33
edit yup 4k support in v.33 (see below)
Rewritten PHP code base to be fully Objected Oriented - easier to develop & maintain
Developer Tools - create your own FOG Page's to suit your needs
Hook System - manipulate data & structure easily
Web UI update - tabs, style updates, lots of code updates & bug fixes
Mobile UI update - revamped structure & styles
Partclone - EXT4 & Extended Partition support
[B]Advanced Format Drive support - 4k sector support[/B]
I’m used to deploy device drivers as snapins. most device drivers have a installer able to run silently. However, some drivers need to run when a user is logged on. Some of them (sometimes realtek hdaudio or ac97 depending on the computer, or some ATI video drivers) are a bit ugly and don’t run well silently.
Have a look, that’s quite nice
Now I’m using .cmd files as snapins, and they start my device driver from a SMB share. This is easier to maintain and troubleshoot. No more need to create a sfx with 7z
[quote=“Darren George, post: 2249, member: 375”]Good day all,
Ive been running fog for about 6 months now and think the system is absolutly brilliant, One thing im having an issue with is adding more storage for the images folder, ive tried a set of instructions from an old post but i keep getting mount issues, really all im looking to do is expand the image folders, Any help would be great, also any news on 0.33 looking forward to testing the new system out?[/quote]
Ok, so more troubleshooting, and I’ve narrowed it down. After checking all the tables in the database I’ve found that the “Inventory” table is corrupted. I’ve searched around and found out about about the REPAIR TABLE <TABLENAME> command. The result I get is 2 errors:
Error | Incorrect key file for table ‘inventory’; try to repair it
error | Corrupt
I’ve also tried using the myisamchk command, though I still get the same results. Again, DB’s are my strong suite, so any pointers would be appreciated!!
In the event that the table is unrecoverable, where do I do from here?
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As an update, we have decided to install FOG on our dedicated Ubuntu server and we just got in a a clean copy of Windows XP (an install disk not from HP, Dell, etc.). So the plan is to get FOG up on the new machine and the build a fresh image from scratch. This should hopefully resolve any odd ball issues that were preventing an upload.
[quote=“Blackout, post: 2155, member: 1”]To fix the timezone issue, edit your php.ini and set the ‘date.timezone’ variable.
The installer does not use ‘php -v’ to check the version, it queries RPM.
Run this for me and post the output:
[code]rpm -q php53[/code][/quote]
Odd, on my base server php -v sez I have version 5.1. If I do an rpm-q php51, it said not installed, BUT if I try rpm -q php it correctly identifies 5.1 as the version. i also noticed that the wiki doc states in the CentOS install that it was tested with 0.30. Has any testing been done with 0.32 and CentOS or am I performing that function.
found it. im working in vmware so i have the possibility to go back to saved points… when i did that i noticed a problem with some folders mysql has to make. i reinstalled it but this time i used a password for the mysql during install (where in the manual it says you dont) but it works fine now and im having a password on the whole pxe menu. now students cant fiddle with the pxe!!