Hardware Currently Working with FOG v1.x.x



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  • Working with Fog 1.2.0

    Dell Latitude E5570
    Fog 1.2.0
    Intel Ethernet Connection I219-LM
    Kernel bzImage Version 4.5.3
    Kernel bzImage32 Version 4.5.3
    Ipxe 1.0.0
    Date Tested 6-13-2016
    Single Disk- Resizable

    Running Windows 7 SP1 64-bit
    Skylake Chipset
    If manually installing a fresh copy of Windows 7 on this device, follow the instructions using this link: http://de.community.dell.com/techcenter/enterprise-client/w/wiki/2567.how-to-install-windows-7-on-systems-with-intel-skylake-cpu



  • HP Compaq 6200 Pro
    Intel 82579LM Gigabyte Network Connection
    undionly.kpxe
    FOG 1.2.0
    03-16-2016
    Single Disk - Resizable

    Note on 6200 - I’ve occasionally run into issues with SD - R where after imaging, Explorer reports the shrunken size of the partition but Disk Management show the partitions being the right size (first part being 100 to 350mb and the second part the rest of the disk) To remedy this go to DISKPART, select the miss-sized partition and run EXTEND FILESYSTEM.

    HP DC7700
    Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet
    undionly.kpxe
    FOG 1.2.0
    03-18-2016
    Single Disk - Resizable

    Note on 6200 and DC7700 - Also as is noted here, HP adds partitions that make using Single Disk - Resizable fail out. The partition is also created when making update to the BIOS. Unlike what the article listed says however, you can delete the partition using DISKPART.



  • #wiki worthy - I need to go through this thread and make sure all this is in the working hardware list.



  • Working:
    Dell Precision M 4700
    -Fog 1.20
    -Default Kernel
    -Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Dell Precision M 4800
    -Fog 1.20
    -Default Kernel
    -Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Dell Precision M 6800
    -Fog 1.20
    -Default Kernel
    -Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Dell Vostro 3750
    -Fog 1.20
    -Default Kernel
    -Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Dell Vostro 3750
    -Fog 1.20
    -Default Kernel
    -Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Dell Inspiron 5720
    -Fog 1.20
    -Default Kernel
    -Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Precision T1700
    -Fog 1.20
    -Default Kernel
    -Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Dell Precision 3510 without USB C
    -Fog 1.20
    -Default Kernel
    -Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Not Working:
    Dell Precision 3510 with USB C
    -Fog 1.20
    -Default Kernel
    -Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)



  • @kasper said:

    Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Not working on :

    HP Z620

    • Fog 1.20
    • Default Kernel
    • Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Working on :

    HP Z230 SFF

    • Fog 1.20
    • Default Kernel
    • Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    HP Compaq DC5700

    • Fog 1.20
    • Default Kernel
    • Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    HP Compaq DC5800

    • Fog 1.20
    • Default Kernel
    • Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    HP Compaq DC6000

    • Fog 1.20
    • Default Kernel
    • Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    HP Compaq DC6200

    • Fog 1.20
    • Default Kernel
    • Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    HP Elite 800 G1

    • Fog 1.20
    • Default Kernel
    • Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)


  • @dutchers4 said:

    Dell Venue 11 Pro - can’t get it to work, using Legacy Mode with USB Network ASIX AX88772A/B device
    Running Fog 1.2 Ubuntu 14.04
    Using a DHCP server running Windows Server 2003
    undionly.kpxe hangs on iPXE Initialising devices
    unidionly.kkpxe does a Boot Loop

    A Dell Venue 8 Pro has been successfully fog’d only a month or so ago. I’m sure the same steps will work for you. See the Dell Venue listing here: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/WorkingDevices You will need to move to FOG Trunk in order to accomplish this, and you’ll need to setup DHCP Vendor Classes so that it’s given the correct boot file while keeping all of your other clients working too.

    If you need any help past this post - please create a thread called “Dell Venue 11 Pro” and we can give more focused help.



  • Dell Venue 11 Pro - can’t get it to work, using Legacy Mode with USB Network ASIX AX88772A/B device
    Running Fog 1.2 Ubuntu 14.04
    Using a DHCP server running Windows Server 2003
    undionly.kpxe hangs on iPXE Initialising devices
    unidionly.kkpxe does a Boot Loop



  • 8760w - windows 10 - svn 4266 - works fine up and down



  • don’t work with this version (3783) but work in previous :
    hp nw9440 - XP - fail to mount nfs, and we try with all pxe.

    same error than other older computers



  • i think i remember it’s work with undi . intel, but not in place in new versions

    Troll : je suis pas mauvais, mon cerveau est en vacances avec la chaleur !

    Edit : try with the 3 intel, and still don’t work


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    @TheKoR said:

    don’t work with this version (3761) but work in previous :

    HP D530 CMT - XP
    Dell Latitude E5500 - Vista

    Troll : T’es un mauvais c’est tout… 😄



  • don’t work with this version (3761) but work in previous :

    HP D530 CMT - XP
    Dell Latitude E5500 - Vista



  • @kasper said:

    This does work
    HP EliteBook 8760w
    NIC Intel 82579LM
    PXE 2.1
    Laptop
    Default Kernel
    6/17/2015
    Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)

    Are you asking for help or just reporting???



  • This does work
    HP EliteBook 8760w
    NIC Intel 82579LM
    PXE 2.1
    Laptop
    Default Kernel
    6/17/2015
    Multiple Partition Image - Single Disk (Not Resizable)



  • Don’t work
    IBM R50
    Dell D610
    HP NC6120
    Fujitsu C1320
    All 4 can’t moun’t NFS - All IDE Drive

    don’t work with this version but work in previous :

    Dell D410



  • WORKING
    Dell Optiplex 760
    Intel onboard Gigabit Ethernet
    Intel Boot Agent GE v1.3.81
    4.0.4 kernel
    9th June 2015
    Resizeable



  • Up until last week we’ve been using a newer-than-1.2.0 build, but I’m not sure what (and whilst trying to dig out the build number I’ve just managed to update that build’s directory to v3500 so can’t tell what it was now). 3285 rings a bell.

    We’re currently on 3484, upgraded when trying to troubleshoot these machines. I’ve just imaged a mix of Latitude D630s and E5500s plus Optiplex 745s, 755s and a 380, all using this build. The other ones listed as working all booted on this build so I suspect they’ll image as well (they imaged on earlier builds).

    Been using undionly.kpxe, was also until recently using some mod I found somewhere that forced it to ask for the FOG server address before the menu loaded, but that didn’t work either. Can’t find a link to it now but it was on a FOG-related page, possibly something else by Tom?

    Presumably because of the ProxyDHCP setup ours doesn’t work unless there’s an undionly.0 symbolic link set up in the tftpboot folder. I’ve added another entry to the PXE boot menu so I can test other KPXEs without trashing the working one, switching between them by pointing the test symlink (in my case intel.0) at the various kpxe files.

    These tests were made on build 3484 using a HP 500B PC.
    undionly.pxe: Clears the screen and drops to Reboot and Select proper Boot Device
    undionly.kpxe: Picks wrong IP address, connection eventually times out
    undionly.kkpxe: Same as undionly.kpxe
    intel.efi: Hangs at a cursor (Caps Lock still responsive)
    intel.pxe: After PXEXT it drops to Reboot and Select proper Boot Device
    intel.kpxe: After PXEXT it drops to Reboot and Select proper Boot Device
    intel.kkpxe: After PXEXT it gives a PXE-M0F Exiting PXE ROM.
    ipxe.pxe: Same as undionly.kpxe
    ipxe.kpxe: After listing the (correct) boot server IP it gives a PXE-E79 NBP is too big to fit in memory, then a PXE-M0F
    ipxe.kkpxe: As above
    realtek.pxe: Same as undionly.kpxe
    realtek.kpxe: Same as undionly.kpxe
    realtek.kkpxe: Same as undionly.kpxe

    The HP’s supposed to be getting redeployed to a school but I’m happy to hang onto it for testing, there are always Optiplex 3010 and 3020 machines in the storeroom that I can do further testing on if need be.


  • Senior Developer

    @mspritch Can you try using the SVN included intel.pxe file for those systems, or the undionly.kkpxe file?



  • @mspritch This information is greatly appreciated. I’ll work on updating the hardware lists.

    Do you know if you’re using undionly.kkpxe or undionly.kpxe ?? What version of FOG were you using when you verified the working ones?


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