FOG 0.33b Now Considered Release Candidate
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[quote=“dOR1n, post: 26187, member: 19492”]I have a question can you do something like this small tutorial for kernel download and install? :)[/quote]
You can download kernels via the FOG UI, go to fog settings->kernel update and select a kernel to download.
PS: (some1 need to make a tutorial from start to end "installing fog 0.33 or smth), and configuration is verry usefull for noobs or ppl who install for the 1st time)
Sorry for English![/quote]
You mean like this?:
After that it’s just following the prompts on the installer.
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This is great news! It’s good to know FOG is still being developed. I just posted your news about the RC on Tech-Geeks.
I definitely want to get a new FOG server up in a sandbox. When it comes to fiddling with Linux commands, I consider myself a noob, but once I get the formula spelled out to me I can take it from there. I see Tom’s notes below (yes, I read the wiki!). I’ll will try them out soon. I plan to start with a clean Ubuntu 12.04 box. Thanks Chuck, and Team.
Exciting times for longtime users of Fog. Can’t wait to try it out.
There is a reason why we aren’t relabeling directly. I won’t push more than that right now, but there really is a viable reason.
There are a few ways to get this file.
First method is the preferred.
Thru subversion. You may need to install the package for your particular system:
[code]svn checkout https://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk fog_0.33b
The next is to download the tarball from my website:
[code] wget --no-check-certificate https://mastacontrola.com/fog_0.33b.tar.bz2
tar -xjf fog_0.33b.tar.bz2
The next method is to download from sourceforge as a zip. Change the number to the latest revision (if 1487 change the number after code- to 1487.
The next method is you can pull the git hub clone. You need to have the git package installed for your particular system:
[code]git clone https://github.com/mastacontrola/fogproject.git
Hopefully this helps clarify how to download and install.
I’ve been looking for the download link but I’m unable to find one for the current 33b (rc1?) Maybe I’m asking a stupid question of where it is, or is it right in front of my nose?
Can we call it 0.33rc1 instead of 0.33b, and can you tag the svn at the revision number we should be testing against? Thank you.