i found though that i need to do this step again after i completed the guide:
[COLOR=#d8d8d8][COLOR=#0000ff][B]mkdir[/B] /media/VirtualBoxGuestAdditions [B]mount[/B] -r /dev/cdrom /media/VirtualBoxGuestAdditions[/COLOR][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#d8d8d8][COLOR=#000000]Remember to do “yum install bzip2” because it would be needed. I my have forgot the name but when you try and install VG it will complain and give you the correct name… [/COLOR][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#d8d8d8][COLOR=#000000]Hope this helped… [/COLOR][/COLOR]
After testing that .29 worked, I upgraded to .32 and that also worked. In fact the image uploaded much faster after installing .32
Still none the wiser why .32 wont install correctly. I have checked the settings and to me they look the same but I am no Linux guru.
Excellent news! I had tried various kernel and boot kernel combinations, but gave up and just used an older version of FOG. It’s nice to know we can avail ourselves of the new version and interface (and just switch boot kernels when needed). Thanks for the update!
This topic should not be in developer help, but I’ll give you some advice anyways.
You want to run your server with ProxyDHCP enabled. This detects PXE boot requests on the network, allows the computers to get an IP address from the real DHCP server but get PXE boot details from your fog server.