SOLVED Intel I219-LM bzImage
We are using Fog .32 in most of our Offices and plan to migrate to the trunk release soon. But we have gotten a new pc model with the Intel Ethernet Connection I219-LM Chipset.
So i tried to compile the 4.3 kernel for the old bzImage with the buildconfig provided on github.
Which was kind of successful but it does not realize the networkchipset (the harddrive controller gets a pass).
On our test fog running the trunk release and the 4.3 kernel the client is compatible.
Can anyone provide me with a bzImage for 0.32 which is build on a newer kernel then those provided on sourceforge?
Or tell me what i might have done wrong in the building process.
I know that.
I am just irritated that the network card seems to work with the same kernel version on one server and not on the other. and coming down to wich arch it uses seems kind of strange to me.
Are there any information or screenshot i could provide that could help to further look into that?
thanks a lot.
0.32 kernels are ALWAYS 32 bit. Always.
In 1.x.x we use 64 based on the arch passed by the client during it’s boot up.
Thank you for your reply.
Guess u meant to link to:
Tryed it. Strangely it did not work. The networkcard is working on the client connected to the trunk server but not on the one with 0.32.
Maybe it just works with the 64bit kernel which is strange.
How does fog determine which kernel (32 or 64) to load on the client?
Please try downloading one of these kernels:
Particularly the bzImage32 would be what you need (or any of the .32 labelled files. You will need to use wget/curl to download and make sure to use the name bzImage as 0.32 defaults to bzImage.