• With fog 1.0.0 r1614
    May be a cosmetic issue. When i create a new group, the content of the field ‘groupCreateBy’ of the groups table is :
    O:4:“User”:25:{s:24:“inactivitySessionTimeout”;i:1

    Thanks for all the job you provide


  • r1609 fixes this. Apparently it erased my changes originally. This should be fixed now.


  • r1608: the graphs are ok now, but there is still a problem with adding hosts to a group. Works fine from list mode, but not when I search for hosts first and then try to add all found hosts into a new group.

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    [quote=“Sodden, post: 26670, member: 23191”]I’m running 12.04.4 LTS. Are you doing fresh installs or do you update ? I’ve done several updates maybe something broke along the way.[/quote]

    I’ve been doing updates on top of updates on top of updates.
    i tend to keep up to date with releases to help debug.


  • r1608 released.

    Just add’s Junkhacker’s hook. It’s deactivated by default, but will just need a simple set of $active = true and you’ll be good.


  • r1607 released.

    Adding hosts to groups has been corrected now. 1607 is the latest, but I think I fixed this last night in 1606. I was just tired so I didn’t post anything. 1607 also, now, hides the progress row information until the first refresh of the active tasks.

    Thank you,


  • Works for me on rev 1573, from host and group menu. What OS are you using ? Have you checked your logs for mysql/php errors ?[/quote]

    If you refer to the add hosts to group it is correct it worked in provious releases, but has been broken lately.


  • [quote=“Junkhacker, post: 26621, member: 21583”]i am running Ubuntu server 12.04 LTS with pam_service_name=vsftpd and no problems[/quote]

    I’m running 12.04.4 LTS. Are you doing fresh installs or do you update ? I’ve done several updates maybe something broke along the way.

    [quote=“pmonstad, post: 26668, member: 17422”]Downloaded and installed svn r1605 but it is still not possible to add hosts to a group.[/quote]

    Works for me on rev 1573, from host and group menu. What OS are you using ? Have you checked your logs for mysql/php errors ?


  • Downloaded and installed svn r1605 but it is still not possible to add hosts to a group.


  • r1605 released.

    Fixes multiple issues. Add’s folder checking to the task generation. If the folder doesn’t exist, doesn’t allow you to create any download tasks and informs the user they need to upload an image. Fixes the search stuff so it only returns individual results, not multiple results. Fixes the adding hosts to group from host list.

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    i am running Ubuntu server 12.04 LTS with pam_service_name=vsftpd and no problems


  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 26614, member: 7271”]Isn’t the Pam service being made by vsftpd? The only change that I’m aware of for the service was changing from an init.d startup to an upstart startup of the service. Maybe this is one of the differences? You could test this by, with keeping your current configuration and stopping the service with upstart methods. Then try to start it using init.d style startup. If this fails we know that the main difference is in upstart/init.d. And not the configuration directly. It’ll also give us a means to fix this issue in the installer.[/quote]

    Upstart doesn’t seem to work.
    [code]administrator@ubuntu:~$ start vsftpd
    start: Rejected send message, 1 matched rules; type=“method_call”, sender=":1.10" (uid=1000 pid=6267 comm=“start vsftpd “) interface=“com.ubuntu.Upstart0_6.Job” member=“Start” error name=”(unset)” requested_reply=“0” destination=“com.ubuntu.Upstart” (uid=0 pid=1 comm="/sbin/init ")[/code]

    I normally use “servcie x start/stop/restart” which works fine.


  • Isn’t the Pam service being made by vsftpd? The only change that I’m aware of for the service was changing from an init.d startup to an upstart startup of the service. Maybe this is one of the differences? You could test this by, with keeping your current configuration and stopping the service with upstart methods. Then try to start it using init.d style startup. If this fails we know that the main difference is in upstart/init.d. And not the configuration directly. It’ll also give us a means to fix this issue in the installer.


  • I found a bug in the recent svn version, well not a bug, but a configuration error. On Ubuntu Server 12 “[SIZE=14px][FONT=Ubuntu Mono][COLOR=#222222]pam_service_name=vsftpd” in /etc/vsftpd.conf[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE] has to be “[SIZE=14px][FONT=Ubuntu Mono][COLOR=#222222]pam_service_name=ftp[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]” or you’ll get ftp login errors on Image upload.


  • ok thanks. svn and bt sync are blocked at work so downloading from your site is the only option I have.


  • I update it regularly. Though you will have to redownload every time there’s a release using the tarball method.


  • have you been updating the 1.0.0.tar.bz2 on your site with each new revision or will i have to get them manually?


  • r1573 released.

    All the pages should now not report warning about array passed as I’m now enforcing all to be a variable. The warnings weren’t a problem, just if you printed the message to the browser it could become annoying. Updates the FOG_PIGZ_COMP slider bar to use pure jquery.


  • Really, you should use linux and Multipart.

    There’s no real support directly relating to Dual Boot systems, so if Multipart doesn’t work, try RAW.


  • [quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 26564, member: 7271”]The OS Type is used during the imaging process, but really only needed between Linux and Windows. Other is for some other type of OS. Linux tells the system that it needs to backup and restore the GRUB and MBR. Windows (any) tells the system, in Single Disk Resizable, how to create the partition tables and how to restore the MBR/partition tables.

    I realize this is confusion.

    Windows 2000/XP Single Disk Resizable Imaging Upload resizes the partition (there’s only one usually) before uploading.
    Windows 2000/XP Single Disk Resizable Imaging Download uses the present winxp.mbr file to restore the drive, and expands the drive to it’s full size.
    Windows Vista Single Disk Resizable Imaging Upload resizes the ntfs partition before uploading.
    Windows Vista Single Disk Resizable Imaging Download uses the present winvista.mbr file to restore the partitions on the hard-drive. Expands the Main partition to the full size.
    Windows 7 Single Disk Resizable Imaging Upload resizes the ntfs partitions before uploading.
    Windows 7 Single Disk Resizable Imaging Download uses the win7.mbr file to restore the partitions to the hard drive. It assumes the partitions are: 1st 100MB and 2nd Whatever size (70GB I think). Then expands the 2nd partition after imaging completes.
    Linux Multipart All or Single upload runs the same as Multipart works on Windows Vista/XP/7/8 except it copies the MBR AND GRUB during the upload process. Same on in reverse for download.[/quote]

    So if I want to image a dual boot (Windows + Linux) drive, I should use Linux or Other, right?

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