• Is there a way to manually download kernels from this site:

    I have ready the wiki on manual upgrades, and did all that, but I think my kernels are still old. I am trying to get a Dell Optiplex 7040 to image, and it crashes during registration, or scheduled imaging. Hoping a newer kernel will solve it for my old 1.1 install.

  • Well, that url is exactly what I needed!! however I gave up and made a new vm with Fog 1.5, it was able to image the 7040 with no issue… I just didnt want to deal with the partimage vs partclone thing, but it is looking good now.

  • Moderator

    Are there any error messages you’re noticing when it crashes? Does it hang? Or does it actually shut down the PC?

  • Moderator

    @totalimpact To check the kernel version schedule a debug deploy task for a client not having the kernel issues. Boot it up and run uname -a when you get to the shell. Note that down, shut off the client and delete the task from the web UI.

    Now to download and install a kernel manuelly go to https://fogproject.org/kernels/ to see if there is a newer version than what you noted down. If so download that kernel image 32 bit and 64 bit. Put those as bzImage32 and bzImage in /var/www/fog/service/ipxe on your FOG server.