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?


  • Senior Developer

    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
    [code]cd /tftpboot/fog/kernel
    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?


  • Senior Developer


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