Has anyone images a Asus m51ac-us002s PC? I manage to PXE boot but it gets stuck at ‘Kernel_thread_helper+0x6/0x10.’
I booting to FOG .32.
Have to had any luck now? Like I stated earlier, don’t try to unzip the bzImage as you’re downloading it exactly as it will be staged on your fog server.
You don’t need to extract or unzip anything. You just place it in the folder and you’re good to go. Try to boot up the system from PXE.
Thanks for your help.
I was able to to download it and move it to the kernel directory but it would not extract or unzip.
Finished building and the kernel is up. I’m testing so if you try to download the bzImage named file you’ll get the same kernel if you try bzImageNEW
If this doesn’t work, for some reason, I’m currently building a kernel based on 3.10.6. It’ll be a little bit, but the file will be called:
bzImageNEW when it’s done.
Try downloading this one and using it:
You should be able to do it with a wget command. Maybe, to be exact, as I have self-signed certificates:
wget --no-check-certificate [URL=‘https://mastacontrola.com/fogboot/kernel/bzImage’]http://mastacontrola.com/fogboot/kernel/bzImage[/URL]
This kernel is based on 3.10.5, It’s also the kernel.core config setup. I am working to build an all kernel right now.
You’ll download this file to:
So full steps would be:
Open terminal on fog server as root:
mv bzImage bzImage.orig
then wget --no-check-certificate [URL=‘https://mastacontrola.com/fogboot/kernel/bzImage’]http://mastacontrola.com/fogboot/kernel/bzImage[/URL]
I have the default one that came with version .32. On the server console, where can I check that? I wouldn’t want to update the core kernel since I am currently cloning multiple models.
What kernel are you using?
Try updating to a more recent one and see if this helps you out. If worse comes to worse, I can probably build one that has all possible options available, though that would be a kernel around 35 MB’s, or possible larger.