FOG 1.0.0 Released
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The FOG Project team is proud to announce the release of version 1.0.0! This release includes a great number of code changes from previous releases. Please download this release and let us know what you think. Special thanks to +Thomas Elliott for all his work on this release.
The FOG Project team is proud to announce the release of version 1.0.0! This release includes a great number of code changes from previous releases. Please download this release and let us know what you think. Special thanks to Tom Elliott for all his work on this release.
Download FOG 1.0.0
Major GUI and usability updates
Support for Windows 8
PartImage has been deprecated. The default imaging engine is now partclone (all partimage images are supported for deploying, but all newly uploaded images will be in the partclone image format)
PXE/TFTP booting now uses iPXE
Added support for GUID Partitioned disks
Fixed issue with 2TB+ (with 4K sectors) devices not being able to be imaged
Hostname checks in init.xz now truncate and verify if host already exists
Added ability to add new groups from the group management
Added ability to associate hosts (multiple) to groups from within group edit
Added ability to associate groups (multiple) to a host from the host edit
Added ability to associate hosts (multiple) to snapins from snapin page
Added ability to associate snapins (multiple) to host from host edit
Operating system was moved from the Host object to the Image object
IP Address has been removed from the hosts section.
Added ability to donate CPU time to mine cryptocurrency to be donated to the FOG Project during imaging tasks
Added unpublished kernels
Many other minor bugs fixes
Hopefully you all will enjoy.
Thanks a lot,
Can you please share the link for Fog 1.0.1 download.
Thanks in advance.
1.0.1 was just released today as well.
It includes fixes for the upgrade process to make the transition that much easier for those with 0.32 and fixes a few other bugs we’ve encountered and had reported throughout the day. Man I’m glad we switched version numbers.
Thank you very much Tom for all your hard work. I can’t wait to get my hands on it.
Congrats Champs… Keep Rocking…
Thanks to Tom and team.
I will configure the new release tomorrow
yes, but with the change to the 1.0.0 version scheme is the ability to offer bug fixes in the form of 1.0.x updates. subversion will be “bleeding edge” and not recommended for production use. 1.0.x releases will be considered “stable” bug fixes.
My only regret is that I can only like a post once!
can we still download the subversion to 1.0.0 final release and get future updates?
Thanks for the great cloning software!
Thanks to Tom and to the Community!