Can't upload Linux Image - Caixa Magica 16



  • Hi all!

    I have a problem, I will try to Upload a Linux distro - Caixa Magica 16 in filesystem EXT3.
    My server is a Ubuntu 10.04 Server (ext3) + FOG 0.32

    Client boots up via PXE sucessefully, and Run the FOG Task to upload.

    The bluescreen (% counter uploading) shows, in 2or3 seconds, the bluescreen close and shows:
    Image uploaded
    Show the bluescreen counter again…
    /dev/sda2 are damaged or invalid filesystem
    Image uploaded
    Show a bluescreen again (counter %)
    The file system in (/dev/sda5) is SWAP (v1), is not supported
    Image upload sucessfully

    Now I check the size of created/uploaded image and…
    d1.mbr - 32,256 B
    d1p1.mbr - 931 B

    Woooww?? only 32 kilobytes image? I’m not sniffing… :\

    Some help? :)

    Regards :)



  • Thanks for this post…its going to be useful very soon for me!
    @danuel, post: 4659, member: 628 said:

    Hi!

    Finally! I can Deploy and Upload Caixa Magica and Ubuntu 12LTS.

    My resolution:
    MAKE INSTALLATION IN VMWARE MACHINE :)

    THANK YOU!! You helped a lot by posting the method you used, this helps brain dead zombies like myself, do the same for my setup!



  • Ahhh silly question then. I guess I need to try to get grub installed (I don’t really know what boot loader Peppermint uses).



  • Operating System… Linux…



  • @danuel, post: 4659, member: 628 said:

    Hi!
    Install grub in /dev/sda1
    Install S.O and update

    What is S.O.?



  • Hi!

    Finally! I can Deploy and Upload Caixa Magica and Ubuntu 12LTS.

    My resolution:
    MAKE INSTALLATION IN VMWARE MACHINE :)
    Make a Primary Partitions and ‘EXT3 with journal’ (/dev/sda1)
    SWAP end partition (It is ignored for FOG - by BryzeZ in previous post)
    Install grub in /dev/sda1
    Install S.O and update
    Finally upload

    Good deploys for your rooms :D



  • The swap partition is just used for paging in to and out of RAM, there is no need to upload the partition itself so FOG skips it. The MBR has the swap partition geometry, so there will be a new swap partition on the system you deploy the image to.



  • @danuel, post: 2256, member: 628 said:

    Hi all!
    Image uploaded
    Show a bluescreen again (counter %)
    The file system in (/dev/sda2) is SWAP (v1), is not supported
    Image upload sucessfully.

    Now I check the size of created/uploaded image and…
    d1.mbr - 32,256 B
    d1p1.mbr - 931 B

    Hi!! I see now when fog upload a SWAP partition fog doesn’t create the file “[B]d1p2.img[/B]” . :|

    I doesn’t understand why SWAP doesn’t upload :s GGRRRR



  • hallo danuel,

    had the same problem with ubuntu 12.04. at the moment no solution, but have a look at

    thread: problem-uploading-ext3-ubuntu-image



  • Yes! It’s that I am sure I create PRIMARY Partitions and fog upload and Deploy with Sucess! :)

    Very thanks!

    Now, I have other problem, Deploy Linux system in many different hardware? Any Ideia?
    I doesn’t find article :S



  • Just a thought, are they primary partitions or extended partitions? I believe FOG only recognizes primary partitions, and I’m almost certain that it cannot handle logical volumes. Something worth double checking.


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