SOLVED Unable to register Lenovo Yoga 370...
When attempting to register a Lenovo Yoga 370, we get the following error:
Unable to register host for the following reasons:
SG_IO: questionable sense data, results may be incorrect
HDIO_GET_IDENTITY failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
We are on version 1.2.0
Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
Yes, thank you.
Tom Elliott last edited by
@BenSSD So it’s safe to solve?
Sorry for the confusion. I meant I can, not can’t.
Thanks again for your help. I just updated to 1.4.4, and it’s registering just fine.
Can’t do which? Upgrade to FOG 1.4.4 or use the FOG 1.4.4 FOS kernel?
I was afraid of that, but I can do that. Thank you for your quick reply.
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The short answer is the FOS kernel supplied with/for the FOG 1.2.0 series is not capable of booting on that hardware. You may be able to use the FOS kernel for 1.4.4. You can download it from here: https://fogproject.org/kernels/bzImage32 You will need to rename the file to bzImage and store it in /var/www/html/fog/service/ipxe directory on the fog server. Don’t forget to backup the current bzImage file just in case something goes wrong.
But I really think you need to spin up a new FOG 1.4.4 server if you plan on supporting/deploying Win10, GPT format, or NVMe disks. Those features are not supported with FOG 1.2.0.