FOG 0.33 - What's coming?



  • OK Thank



    1. 3.2.4 can be downloaded from here, [url]http://sourceforge.net/projects/freeghost/files/Kernels/Kernel-3.2.4.core/Kernel-3.2.4.core/download[/url]

    2. Then you need to backup bzImage in /tftpboot/fog/kernel. so I renamed mine bzImage.backup (If this doesn’t work, either log into the computer under the FOG account, or chmod the folder)

    3. When you copy the 3.2.4 kernel to this location rename it to bzImage (note that the case is important) and you should be all set.



  • And where 3.2.4 ?



  • pluneau, have you tried upgrading the kernel on FOG to 3.2.4?



  • Please where is a 0.33 version because I have Ext4 partition in my network ?

    Thank



  • [quote=“MikeyMike, post: 1275, member: 493”]I dont see any issues with Windows 7 64 bit. I have been using it since Jan 2010 with Fog .30 and now .32. I work with over 300 Windows 7 64 bit computers and I have never used sysprep. I dont have any issues with kms either I just make sure my image doesnt join the domain until after deployment.[/quote]

    So I have to ask, if you’ve never used sysprep, how do you image the computers with a standard image (software/updates etc) without the image having the same name for everything?



  • ETA of 0.33 ? I really need ext4 support. keep up the good work!



  • Any update on when we might see .33 RC1?



  • Is location going to be an intergrated for distributed storage nodes, like the location patch, and distributed network in FOG .33?



  • Thank you guys i have imaged about 4000 computers with fog and it works!
    There are more reasons to run fog than any other Imaging software i know about, so thank you guys, Fog is awesome!



  • [quote=“MikeyMike, post: 1288, member: 493”]I apply SP1 as an offline installer (you also get an extra count to 4 re-arms total if you do this) and I also apply all windows updates to the image before uploading and its always worked with various Dell, HP and Acer laptops and desktops on my school network. I run checkdisk, ccleaner also and then defrag about 4 times before an upload image. I still run fogprep and dont have fog client installed and havent seen the issue you have mentioned at all. Hope that helps![/quote]

    [quote=“andyroo54, post: 1292, member: 267”]I don’t get that error with SP1? My SOE has SP1 and I haven’t had any probems with .32[/quote]

    Ok thx guys! I will retry next week and if that doesn’t work , i will create a new post in another subject.


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    [quote=“MikeyMike, post: 1288, member: 493”]I apply SP1 as an offline installer (you also get an extra count to 4 re-arms total if you do this) and I also apply all windows updates to the image before uploading and its always worked with various Dell, HP and Acer laptops and desktops on my school network. I run checkdisk, ccleaner also and then defrag about 4 times before an upload image. I still run fogprep and dont have fog client installed and havent seen the issue you have mentioned at all. Hope that helps![/quote]

    I don’t get that error with SP1? My SOE has SP1 and I haven’t had any probems with .32



  • [quote=“mikemaster, post: 1276, member: 483”]Without windows updates, i have no problem too.However with the SP1 and more of w7, i can’t create a new image (i received “****” at state “check disk”…[/quote]

    I apply SP1 as an offline installer (you also get an extra count to 4 re-arms total if you do this) and I also apply all windows updates to the image before uploading and its always worked with various Dell, HP and Acer laptops and desktops on my school network. I run checkdisk, ccleaner also and then defrag about 4 times before an upload image. I still run fogprep and dont have fog client installed and havent seen the issue you have mentioned at all. Hope that helps!



  • [quote=“MikeyMike, post: 1275, member: 493”]I dont see any issues with Windows 7 64 bit. I have been using it since Jan 2010 with Fog .30 and now .32. I work with over 300 Windows 7 64 bit computers and I have never used sysprep. I dont have any issues with kms either I just make sure my image doesnt join the domain until after deployment.[/quote]

    Without windows updates, i have no problem too.However with the SP1 and more of w7, i can’t create a new image (i received “****” at state “check disk”…



  • [quote=“mikemaster, post: 1246, member: 483”]Very great job for the last versions.
    Is the next version going to take care correctly Windows 7 one 64 bit(by avoiding sysprep and co)?
    Otherwise I will be obliged to use a WDS…[/quote]

    I dont see any issues with Windows 7 64 bit. I have been using it since Jan 2010 with Fog .30 and now .32. I work with over 300 Windows 7 64 bit computers and I have never used sysprep. I dont have any issues with kms either I just make sure my image doesnt join the domain until after deployment.



  • Very great job for the last versions.
    Is the next version going to take care correctly Windows 7 one 64 bit(by avoiding sysprep and co)?
    Otherwise I will be obliged to use a WDS…



  • This is the right place to thank you guys, you’re realy doing a great job!
    You’re helping many many people all around the globe! Looking forward to 0.33!



  • Sounds absolutely lovely! Congratulations on the new job by the way, hope its really good. As for the coming stuff in fog, the ext4 support looks very interesting. Its excellent for fast rescue backups on Linux servers. Change HDD, reboot in PXE and have a working server up in minutes.

    And, thanks, you rock!



  • I would just like to thank all the fog team for their hard work in developing 0.33. THANKS GUYS “Man I love FOG”.


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    [LEFT]just thought I would add that the new kernel just released 3.2.4 seems to work really well. This new release looks good![/LEFT]


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