SOLVED Lenovo L14 - Imaging - No network interfaces found
Running FOG on a Centos Machine
You are currently running version: 1.5.9-RC2.9
I registered one of our new L14 Lenovo Laptops and when I send the Deploy command the Laptop PXE Boots into the deployment process.
There is some errors first:
ACPI BIOS ERROR (bug): Faile creating [\SB.PCI0-LPCB.EC.LHKF], AE_ALREADY_EXISTS (20180810/dswload2-316) ACPI Error: AE_ALREADY_EXISTS, During name lookup/catalog (20180810/psobject-221) ACPI Error: Skip parsing opcode OpcodeName unavailable (20180810/psloop-543) mmc0: Unknown controller version (3). You may experience problems.
After that normal syslogd, klogd and sysctl messages. Populating /dev using udev: done, Saving random seed Ok,
Starting haveged: haveged: listening socket at 3 OK
No network interfaces found, your kernel is most probably missing the correct driver! Please check your network setup and try again!
I think I am running the most recent Kernels that are available:
bzImage Version: 4.19.123 bzImage32 Version: 4.19.123
Any idea on what I can do or where I am going wrong?
Thanks for your help!
I clicked the update button but didnt wait long enough it seems.
Sorry for bothering you with this trivial stuff, thanks for the help.
Quick fix is to update the FOS Linux kernel to 5.6.8 or later under the FOG Settings->Kernel menu in the web ui.