Latest FOG 0.33b


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    Can any adventurous Ubuntu 14.04 users tell me what version of vsftpd they are using?


  • Senior Developer

    r1545 released.

    Fixes this issue by throwing an error if the MAC is already assigned to a host. Reports the Hostname that the MAC resides in.

    Thank you,



  • If you add a host in twice with the same mac. It brings up the following error

    FOG DEBUG: Host: Database Load Failed: ID: 0, Error: Operation field not set: ID

    At this point your unable to delete or edit that host.


  • Senior Developer

    r1544 released.

    Various fixes and changes. Kernel updates seem to work on ubuntu 14.04, as long as you add the seccomp_sandbox=NO line to the vsftpd.conf file and restart the service. I’m not adding it because it seems only able to work on more modern versions of vsftpd. I don’t know who’s got what versions when and where.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 26129, member: 7271”]The base kernel for 0.33 is now a 64 bit kernel. The files are:

    /var/www/<FOGDIR>/service/ipxe/bzImage (64 bit)
    /var/www/<FOGDIR>/service/ipxe/bzImage32 (32 bit <- FOG 0.32 and below as well)[/quote]

    Alright so I am still having issues. I found the folder but I don’t want to replace the stock bzImage. So I tossed my extra’s that we use in the folder… in the host config in fog i told it to use the new kernel but just giving it the kernel name core2573 in the field. I also tried with the absolute plath /var/www/Fog/service/ipxe/core2573, the file does exist in this location and it still does not seem to load that kernel… am I missing a step? or giving it the wrong path.

    Fog: 33b
    Ubuntu 13.10


  • Developer

    [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 26380, member: 7271”]r1538 released.

    Should fix the image upload issues we’ve been seeing lately, however it may break downloading of kernels. If you run into an issue, please post so I might be able to come up with a more reasonable fix. Being able to update kernels from the GUI is nice, but the priority MUST go to imaging processes as a whole.[/quote]

    Thanks Tom!!!


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“John Fruge, post: 26369, member: 16340”]Tom thankyou for all of your hard work! In a small school setting, Fog has been a life saver for me. The new version is working great. One thing I noticed this morning on the all host page under host management when I clicked the check box to deselect all the hosts that it did not work. I was reading previous posts and know you have been working on the headers. This may already be something you are aware of but wanted to mention it. It’s a minor problem but wanted to see if I was the only one experiencing the issue. I am on the latest svn update. Thanks again Tom![/quote]

    The Checkbox issue should be fixed in 1538 as well.


  • Senior Developer

    r1538 released.

    Should fix the image upload issues we’ve been seeing lately, however it may break downloading of kernels. If you run into an issue, please post so I might be able to come up with a more reasonable fix. Being able to update kernels from the GUI is nice, but the priority MUST go to imaging processes as a whole.


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“John Fruge, post: 26369, member: 16340”]Tom thankyou for all of your hard work! In a small school setting, Fog has been a life saver for me. The new version is working great. One thing I noticed this morning on the all host page under host management when I clicked the check box to deselect all the hosts that it did not work. I was reading previous posts and know you have been working on the headers. This may already be something you are aware of but wanted to mention it. It’s a minor problem but wanted to see if I was the only one experiencing the issue. I am on the latest svn update. Thanks again Tom![/quote]

    I’ll take a look and thank you for reporting.



  • Tom thankyou for all of your hard work! In a small school setting, Fog has been a life saver for me. The new version is working great. One thing I noticed this morning on the all host page under host management when I clicked the check box to deselect all the hosts that it did not work. I was reading previous posts and know you have been working on the headers. This may already be something you are aware of but wanted to mention it. It’s a minor problem but wanted to see if I was the only one experiencing the issue. I am on the latest svn update. Thanks again Tom!


  • Developer

    [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26343, member: 17422”]I have switched to use svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk when installing a new release. This works as expected. Downloading and installing [url]http://mastacontrola.com/fog_0.33b.tar.bz2[/url] is a source of several problems: a) it appears not to by in sync with the svn release. Just downloaded/installed and the columns sort was still there. It did not ask for database schema update as the svn version did so I think this is an older version.[/quote]

    That’s why we recommend to stay up to date by using the SVN!

    [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/keep-up-to-date-with-all-the-fog-0-33-updates.10300/[/url]



  • I have switched to use svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk when installing a new release. This works as expected. Downloading and installing [url]http://mastacontrola.com/fog_0.33b.tar.bz2[/url] is a source of several problems: a) it appears not to by in sync with the svn release. Just downloaded/installed and the columns sort was still there. It did not ask for database schema update as the svn version did so I think this is an older version.


  • Senior Developer

    r1533 and 1534 released.

    Table sorting has been removed as I find it is screwing up the table headers too much. Add’s host relationships to the Snapin Page. Will likely work to add more “relationship” finding, but it is quite intensive, so if I don’t get to all of them right away, please just understand why.



  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 26330, member: 7271”]While I strive to help out with the best, I can also completely stop providing the tar.bz2 if it’s that irritating.[/quote]

    sorry, it was never my intention to criticize you or your work. Forget about the folder structure. But do I need to remove old files before I run an update? As explained the GUI was not up to date during an ordinary update (./install.sh) I had to remove the fog folder in /var/www/html/ and then run the install script.


  • Senior Developer

    While I strive to help out with the best, I can also completely stop providing the tar.bz2 if it’s that irritating.



  • [quote=“Jaymes Driver, post: 26326, member: 3582”]That’s not a bug that’s called folder structure. That’s the folder that was built into a zipped file.
    If you want it to extract the way it is suppose to ( /fog_0.33b) use the svn.[/quote]

    Well, I am aware of this. It is not a bug, but a little annoying anyway. I can live with it :-)


  • Developer

    [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26325, member: 17422”]Yes, the package found on your site. There is another “bug” as the archive is unzipt as opt/fog[/quote]

    That’s not a bug that’s called folder structure. That’s the folder that was built into a zipped file.
    If you want it to extract the way it is suppose to ( /fog_0.33b) use the svn.



  • Yes, the package found on your site. There is another “bug” as the archive is unzipt as opt/fog


  • Senior Developer

    [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26318, member: 17422”]I refer to the bz2 archive file package containing the whole FOG.[/quote]

    Which bz2 are getting, the one on my website?



  • [quote=“Junkhacker, post: 26307, member: 21583”]the “bz image” has nothing to do with the GUI. to update the web interface of fog, you need to rerun the installer, which will perform an upgrade if you have an existing install.[/quote]

    I refer to the bz2 archive file package containing the whole FOG.


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