/dev/sda5: No such file or directory
I´m trying to upload image from my hp elitedesk computer.
The bios is in compatibility mode and Windows 10 pro64 and Debian 8 64 are installed without using EFI mode.
My partitions are:
/dev/sda1 500mb win reserved
/dev/sda2 470 gb win system
/dev/sda3 460 gbextended
/dev/sda5 4 gb swap
but fog (in upload debug mode) can not “see” my sda5/sda6 parts.
error: /dev/sda5: No such file or directory
error: /dev/sda6: No such file or directory
and the image are uploaded only with sda1/sda2
How can i deal with this?
Wayne Workman last edited by
@EAHarvey lol. He’s been a user here for two years.
@Thiago BEST FORUM PICTURE EVER!!!
@Thiago Yes, version 1.2.0 does not handle extended partitions when image type is set to Windows. You can try setting it to Linux but that might cause other issues (boot loader…) - worth a try anyway. Other than that use primary partitions only with 1.2.0 or try out FOG trunk as already suggested.
I really had not thought about it, i will try this tomorrow…
I am planning reinstall the debian (preseed) again, but changing partitions to primary, just to solve problem til upgrade.
Thanks for your attention.
i recommend upgrading to trunk, if you can. extended partitions are handled much better in the 1.3.0 pre-release
my version is 1.2
what version of fog?