Requests for Wiki Access <--- ASK HERE
noktis last edited by
I’m a bit new to the deeper parts of Linux (and loving it more every day), but have a pretty strong Windows imaging background. An associate suggested that I check this out, and I think it’s a fan-freaking-tastic idea. However, I saw that some of the information regarding Sysprep needed some help on the wiki, and wanted to offer to take care of that for you. From the notes on the Wiki, this appears to be the place to request that. Thanks!
@rmallins I sent an IM to you, talk bubble in the top right.
rmallins last edited by
Hi, I’d like to request an account for the wiki, just to fix a few typos and hopefully make it easier for others to contribute to it in future.
@heathloder I sent you an IM (top right, the talk bubble).
heathloder last edited by
To Whom It May Concern:
I’m requesting a Fogproject Wiki account for myself so that I can make some minor grammatical edits to the NAS Storage Node page. The content is ultimately correct already, but I am OCD when it comes to naming consistency and syntax, so I figured that I’d try to contribute whatever I could.
I use FOG extensively here at The University of Rhode Island currently, and have been using FOG for almost 10 years in other environments as well.
Thanks in advance for any time and assistance offered for this request.
@valentin-0 wiki is read allowed, no accounts needed.
valentin 0 last edited by
Please give access to wiki. I need to see the documentation regarding installing and cofiguring for windows deployment.
@bobsobol You are more than welcome to add to the wiki whatever you can. There is no one around the FOG team who knows everything (except maybe Tom! :-)) and it’s not necessary. I myself have learned so much by joining in and getting to know things step by step. @Wayne-Workman will add an account for you soon I am sure.
bobsobol last edited by bobsobol
Sorry for the bump. I’m posting in response to the following suggestion:-
Thanks a lot for pointing out the missing command in the wiki page. We’ll fix it. You mind doing it while I don’t have access @Wayne-Workman? As well I would like to point out that you can request access to the wiki yourself here. It would be great to have more people from the community involved in updating the forum. There is lots to do and all help is highly appreciated!
I’m not sure how much time I can contribute, and I’m sure that whatever it is, it’s not as much as you deserve.
I’ve seen a few places in the wiki which are ambiguous. Not wrong, usually, just not clear what they are saying. Sometimes I know what they mean, (I’m fairly good with Linux, Windows, Mac, partitioning, boot sequences etc.) but it reads like they’re saying otherwise. Certainly, I can help clear that up. Sometimes I don’t know what they should be saying, (I’m less practiced with SQL, and much less skilled with php and Apache) and it’s only through breaking something that I learn the true meaning of the wiki. I’d certainly like to avoid others falling into that same trap. XD
Thanks for your consideration.
@aharrison I messaged you, top right in the talk bubble.
aharrison last edited by
Just requesting wiki access because I wanted to put my results in the Working Hardware page.
THEMCV last edited by
Wiki access would be nice to update as I go along on my quest to become a FOG master.
Ben4485 last edited by
I wrote a instruction on how to install FOG on MS Windows. Could you please give me a Wiki access, so that I can post it there.
@zefanja Account created.
zefanja last edited by
Hi, I am requesting access to the wiki to add/update informations!
Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
to be honest, I didn’t expect such a quick response.
That’s how we roll around here. :-)
And understand I’m just trying to figure out why you need this option but I don’t.
Are you in total control of your network equipment? Do you have iphelpers set?
iyoung last edited by
@Wayne-Workman I have a 2008r2 Domain controler that acts as the DHCP server as well and I have options 66 and 67 set as it shows on guide. My FOG is on Ubuntu 15.04. When my workstations go into network boot, they send out discovery packets but don’t get any packets in response. Looking into it, I found that DHCP option 60 needs to be enabled. I was going to test it on my server here before editing the wiki and to be honest, I didn’t expect such a quick response. I’ll make a post in the correct area of the forum if I need anything farther.
@iyoung Can you explain more about your environment? I ask because I only run Windows DHCP at work and I do not have option 060 set, but network booting works fine here. Other sites in my organization also work fine with just Windows DHCP and options 066 and 067 set. So I’m wondering what it is that your environment needs option 060 for.
iyoung last edited by
And the User Guide as well.