Unsupported BIOS HP/PROLIANT DL360 G7/P68

  • BIOS HP/PROLIANT DL360 G7/P68 is apparently unsupported. I have attached a picture.

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  • Hi I’m new to FOG and have a problem with some of my Pc on my network the model is Fujitsu-Siemans Esprimo P2560 Bios version 6.00 R1.02.3041.A1
    I’ve update Fogs Kernel to version form 2.6 to 3.88 but still these pc about 8 of them refuses to Register to the host or even upload an image to the fog server.

    the server is Ubuntu 12.04 the client Os is win 7
    When I try to register the Host It just hangs at Attempting to register host …
    Is there something I’m missing or do I need a special kernel for them to load.
    how can I get a log or a report of what is happening ?

    thanks in advance

  • I have the same error and found the following post - [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/snow-screen-with-hp-elitebook-8460p.164[/url]
    Chad if you have the kernel - did it work for anyone else?


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    This error has nothing to do with your crashes.

    What version of FOG?
    What distribution and version of Linux is the FOG server?
    What OS is the client?
    What image type are you trying to make (single partition - resizable, etc?)

  • Yup… not supported. When I try to deploy an image it immediately crashes.

  • You know I just saw this error with another machine I am imaging. I’m going to try again and report back.
    Thanks Robin

  • But does it continue to boot and function correctly ? I see this all the time when performing tasks on Panasonic CF19 Toughbooks - it’s just the kernel trying to load various drivers etc but telling you that the driver didn’t find it’s associated hardware.