Errors trying to upload an image to FOG
Hello Fog, ive got a problem…
I’ve installed FOG v32 (v0.32) server on Ubuntu 12.04 kernal: 3.11.0-17.31~precise1.
Every works fine except two things…
First of all i have to do when i restart my Ubuntu computer:
Sudo stop tftpd-hpa
sudo start tftpd-hpa
Because els i wont start, is there an easy fix for this? Or do i have to make a script?
As second, when i want to upload a image of HP Prodesk 400 G1 SFF
The computer comes in the menu of FOG, i’ve tested every option out but he can’t upload a image…
The FOG tried manually to add him as Hosts like normaly, it doesn’t recognis the MAC addres of the HP Prodesk.
when i would like to register the HP Prodesk in the FOG menu it says this:
Menu ill select: Perform full host registration and inventroy.
[0.595318] tps65010: no chip?
[0.597110] pnp 00:06: can’t evaluate CRS: 12311
[0.842298] acpiphp_ibm: ibm_acpiphp_unit: acpi_walk_namespace failed
[0.842486] Could not find carillo Ranch MCH device
[0.842652] uvesafb: failed to execute /sbin/v86d
[0.842775] uvesafb: make sure that the v86 helper is installed and executale
[0.842701] uvesafb: getting VBE info block failed (cax=0x4f00, err=-2)
[0.842726] uvesafb vbe init () failed with -Z2
[1.723757] drm/i810 does not support SMP
After that much things what come up what aren;t that emported i think…
It getting stuck at this:
[2.829988] CR2: 00000000000000
If you can help me? I would be thank full!!
No, All of the kernels you use and see are usable across the board.
Would there be any issue using this kernel with FOG 1.2.0?
Thank you for the hint! im gone try it but at this moment Full size images works!
I have a couple computers left whats have to been imaged because of Windows XP… :P
For now i’m help out! Thank you very much forum guyz!
I normally use a Gparted live CD to extend my os to the end of the DISK, with Windows there is a command in the sysprep Unattend.xml file that can extend the OS. I am not familiar with doing this in linux without using a tool.
Know i have fixed the problem with .mntcheck!
Now i can make an image en give out an image, only the problem is at this moment he wont resize it again to 150 GB theres a notification that i have to do in CMD (as admin) chkdsk /f.
I’ve done this a couple times and still it wont work.
If sombody have an idea? I would be happy!
That was a little of the problem but thank you! :D
I’ve second harddisk there was the problem Linux isn;t that easy what i tought.
I imaged a computer deploy of the image isn;t working at the moment but i will try to fix it first!
Set your image type to multiple partition.
Sounds like the drive you are trying to image has more than one partition on it.
This is the problem at the moment…
Than it moves on after a min somthing like that!
After pic01 it move on to pic02.
I tried other things to in the fog manager, but i cant find out what it realy is…
Than it goes imaging anyway… and than i says this:
Kernal from fog what you said i did!
Hope you guys can help me!
Oooops… Oke, i have to shutdown first my DHCP server…
I have to fix that first, ill be back. Day after tomorrow! Fine evening!
An other problem came up… Unfortunately.
You’re not using the kernel I gave you.
You’re currently, if I’m reading the picture correctly, using 2.6.39_1_FOG_CORE kernel.
To use my kernel, try these commands on your fog server:
mv bzImage bzImage.orig.2014MAR11
wget --no-check-certificate https://mastacontrola.com/fogboot/kernel/bzImage32 -O bzImage
Reboot the system you’re seeing the panic on.
Oke done! Thank you guyz! Im further! :D
But the host manager doenst recognise the MAC of HP…
Problem at the moment…
You will need to copy the kernel to the server and place it in /tftpboot/fog/kernel
Then set the kernel for either that individual host or all hosts(fog settings page).
Might be a stupid question… But how do i have to install this kernal (first Linux server)…
Thank you for you time already…!
Thank you! I wil try to fix it!
The tftp-hpa startup issue has been talked about quite a lot across the forums. There is a fix.
To fix your issue, try my kernel: