Changing hostname.........unmount: can't unmount /ntfs
Hey folks, new member, first post.
Just built a new FOG server (specs below), and everything is peachy until towards the end of a deployment.
*Performing Clean up (Stage 1)…Done
*Changing hostname…umount: can’t umount /ntfs
*Updating Computer Database Status
*Task Complete, computer will not restart
[ 451.676199] restarting system
When the machine reboots, it goes nowhere. Sometimes it gives me an error saying that the OS is missing.
I can successfully capture images. I just haven’t successfully deployed.
I have deployed the same image to the same machine w/ a different FOG server (Ubuntu 10.04 (desktop)64bit FOG 3.2)
The server with this issue is running Ubuntu Server 11.04 64bit, FOG 3.2
The only thing I imported were the images, and some kernels.
Things I have tried:
I have changed kernels, (specifically bzImage from the other server).
I have completely uninstalled FOG/ reinstalled.
I have captured an image on the new server, then attempted to deploy.
Cezary last edited by
any solutions to the problem?? I’m having the same problem now.
Gabriel last edited by
I’ve been having the same problem. What did you have in your init file?
This is my question on the forum:
This got resolved. I was missing a custom init file that needed to reside in /tftpboot/fog/images/
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