creating Bootable ISO from FOG captured image
G.Sivakolunthu last edited by
We are looking solution for offline users. We will use FOG server deployment for connected users. We want to create an ISO from FOG captured image and copy that to a USB stick and use that stick to build offline laptops.
Is it possible? If so please provide documentation
Sebastian Roth Moderator last edited by Sebastian Roth
With several people asking about a bootable ISO/transportable imaging I am wondering if there might be an “easy” solution to this. While I don’t have the time to add this to FOG I might still spawn the discussion so others can look into it.
- I looked into building a FOG boot ISO some weeks ago. While possible to do I still think it’s more complicated to use than needed - see next bullet point.
- Converting our FOG images to something that clonezilla can work with should be possible. I have not looked into it yet but from what I know it should be possible I reckon.
Update: Forgot to add the link…
Junkhacker Developer last edited by Junkhacker
@g-sivakolunthu while possible, it’s not what fog is made for and you would have a bunch of manual steps. you might want to look at clonezilla for imaging with online images possibly in combination with gparted for partition resizing.