Solved Unable to locate image store
Change that this is not displayed in the installer or you can choose it somehow.
You should not use that
fogLinux account at all! It’s FOGs service account and you shouldn’t need to mess with it. This is why we don’t prompt you to change the password (it’s very strong auto-generated). Don’t use that account to login and work on the machine.
Ok, so I can just change the password from the terminal and then enter that password everywhere in the ftp settings?
Yes it is possible to change but I would not advice you to do so. If you still want to you need to change that in various places like
/var/www/html/fog/lib/fog/config.class.php, Web Interface -> FOG Configuration -> FOG Settings -> TFTP Server -> FOG_TFTP_FTP_PASSWORD, Web Interface -> Storage Management -> DefaultStorage -> Management Password (That’s just a quick list from the top of my head, unsure if I missed something)
@Sebastian-Roth Alright, i’ll test the ftp server. So best not to mess with any of the passwords, just leave everything at default., don’t want to break it :).
Digged around to find a logfile so I could see what was causing the issue, just have not found it yet. Is that in a config file? Found the imaging log, but that just says the duration and the image used.
Btw, I also figured out what was causing the no boot device errors. The image does not link the new install with the efi.boot file. When I linked it in the bios, it all works. Should I update the host bios exit type and host efi exit type and then make a new image?
@iekozz I am not too sure where we are at with this multi culti topic here. I’ve just read the whole lot again. We started by fixing your image name possibly along with some other image settings, then got the non bootable media error (FOG is not able to transfer the UEFI firmware boot entries from one machine to another yet!) and talked about timezone and FTP issues.
May I kindly ask you to open a new topic and explain the current issue you are seeing at the moment. We’ll focus on fixing that and move on from there (probably in just another topic). The less we mix up topics the more other people can profit from the things we find out and write to fix their own issues.
So I am marking this solved now as we have solved the initial issue (and more). Please open a new topic and explain where you are at.