I’d like to deploy only one image on several computers with different size of disks.
Do you have an idea?
NOT NTFS partition, ntfs mount error 34
We’ve had someone else reporting this exact same error here. Unfortunately there is no solution to this yet. Please read through all of this and try the things suggested there.
As well please post the contents of
d1.minimum.partitions(should be in /images/dev/<MACADDRESS>/ folder on your server).
@almeida No, it doesn’t work:
error ntfsclone-ng.c : NOT NTFS partition, ntfs mount error 34
Failed to complete capture (savePartition)
Args Passed: /dev/sda1 1 /images/f8b156d26c3a all
Exit code: 1
Maybe check the fog server
to ensure disk space is good to go?
Space disk of server is 240 Go.
@Almeida So did it work?
I had dualboot (Windows7/ Ubuntu 16.04).
@phaturia That’s good to know. Thanks a bunch!
@themcv I had dualboot config with Windows 7/10. Made single disk: resizable. There were absolutly no problem with it.
@almeida Give it a try, but I am not sure with a dual boot setup. I’m not sure that I’ve tested that before.
Try single disk: resizable first, but I am not sure if it will get confused (I’m guessing you’re running Win/mac/Linux dual boot).
There’s the wiki entry for image options.
Test it and let me know! We’ll figure this out together.
But I have a dual boot image (Multiple Partition Image). Can I choose the option “Single Disk: Resizable” ?
The great thing about FOG is it will auto expand into a bigger disk. : ) So I see you followed the guide on the last thread, so all you need to do is make your image (don’t make it with a huge drive because the computer/vm you take the image from needs to have the smaller hard drive, this is important!) and then deploy it out. : ) As long as the target computer you’re deploying to doesn’t have a smaller drive than the host you made the image on, you’ll be golden. : )
In the image menu, make sure you’re on Single Disk- resize-able. : )