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    I am running FOG [SIZE=13px][FONT=Ubuntu][COLOR=#000000]Version: 3254[/COLOR][/FONT][/SIZE]

    I am trying to upload an image and recieved this error message.
    Can anyone tell me what this is, and how to perform this command.
    Is this something I can do in the debug function?
    I have tried imaging this twice tried running fixpart and that didn’t help.
    After running fixparts I received the same error

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1966_IMG_20150505_104038.jpg?:"]IMG_20150505_104038.jpg[/url]



  • oh … i didn’t read the whole post, my bad !



  • [quote=“TheKoR, post: 46973, member: 24285”]Try “uname -r”[/quote]

    That’d be with a debug task, on a client. ;-)



  • Try “uname -r”



  • You can either:

    A) update to the latest svn, then use FOG Configuration page to see.

    B) ask one of the developers how to check on your current SVN revision.



  • So how do I determine what kernnel I am running?



  • Well… The kernel info feature was added just for this reason…

    If you don’t want to update to the latest SVN, then this is a Tom question.



  • [quote=“Wayne Workman, post: 46952, member: 28155”]Looks like you’re just a little behind in SVN version. The “Show kernel info” thing is very new, still.

    see this:[/quote]

    So how can I determine what kernel I am running?



  • Looks like you’re just a little behind in SVN version. The “Show kernel info” thing is very new, still.

    see this:

    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1980_Untitled.png?:"]Untitled.png[/url]



  • [quote=“Wayne Workman, post: 46894, member: 28155”]If you’re running the latest SVN, just clicking the “FOG Configuration” wrench in the top right will display the kernels you’re currently using.[/quote]
    This what I see when I click on the wrench…
    I can’t tell from here what kernel I am running…

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    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1979_wrench.png?:"]wrench.png[/url]



  • If you’re running the latest SVN, just clicking the “FOG Configuration” wrench in the top right will display the kernels you’re currently using.



  • [quote=“Junkhacker, post: 46861, member: 21583”]that’s not really a linux issue, that’s a windows issue. your hard drive is flagged for possible corruption. you can either run checkdisk or, if you’re absolutely certain that the drive is fine, find a utility to remove the flag.[/quote]

    I ran the chkdsk command and also ran the chkdsk /f command now my image is pretty messed up.
    I am not sure whats going on, but I have tried sending up a few different images that I have had no problems with in the past and they they all have had some kind of error usually different than the other ones. theses are images I had on my server prior to the upgrade and had no problem with them, so not sure what is going on. I was going to try changing the kernel to see if I had any success there, but when I look in the web GUI I can’t tell which kernel I am running now. It is a little confusing some have same name and date.

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    [url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1975_kernel update.png?:"]kernel update.png[/url]


  • Developer

    that’s not really a linux issue, that’s a windows issue. your hard drive is flagged for possible corruption. you can either run checkdisk or, if you’re absolutely certain that the drive is fine, find a utility to remove the flag.



  • [quote=“Junkhacker, post: 46815, member: 21583”]just judging from the error message, i’d say that your ntfs “dirty” flag is set[/quote]
    How would I address this issue. I am still learning linux so please forgive my ignorance.


  • Developer

    just judging from the error message, i’d say that your ntfs “dirty” flag is set



  • [quote=“Wayne Workman, post: 46798, member: 28155”]I’d say try the latest revision, first. See if it still happens.

    Also, does this happen on any upload task, or just this machine?

    What is the model of the machine?[/quote]

    The Model is HP 8100
    It starts to upload then it goes to the error message and hangs there.



  • I’d say try the latest revision, first. See if it still happens.

    Also, does this happen on any upload task, or just this machine?

    What is the model of the machine?


 

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