FOG not compatible with BIOS Driver
I am running Ubuntu 10.04 64 bit Desktop with FOG .32 on a Dell Server with 4 gigs of ram and 1.5 TB of drive space.
I am attempting to image an HP pro 6305, Windows 7 64bit, Multiple partition image, single disk, not re sizable and am running into an issue, I believe has to do with the BIOS. There is an image that scrolls quickly up the screen when I am going to image a new computer. My upload appears to take, but when I go to push out the image to a newly registered PC (Full register), the task fails to run.
I attempted to update the BIOS on the computer, which it was already the most current BIOS.
The Kernel on my FOG server is 2.6.32-55-generic. Is there a better kernel to update or downgrade to? is there something else that appears to be incorrect?
I’m sure this information is flowing in the other forums. That said the instructions are:
Log in to the FOG Server. (Preferrably as root)
Open a terminal or console.
Type these commands
mv bzImage bzImage.orig
wget --no-check-certificate https://mastacontrola.com/fogboot/kernel/bzImage[/code]
That should get you my kernel.
I am quite new to Linux, can you go through the steps to install or upload a new kernel?
You can try my kernel: