Multiple OSes in Single Hard Disk -xp and win 7 and Ubuntu
In Single Hard Disk, Multiple OSes are there, In Such Condition,
HOST MANAGEMENT --> HOST OS, There are many options are there, Each options have unique number and OS name
For Example - windows 2000/XP (1)
windows 7 (5)
like this …many more
In my case, Which one I have to select, Because My hard disk has multiple OSes , Please Do Help Sir, Now I am In Confused State…
Image Management Section, Which Image name should I Give ?
Please Kindly Do Help As early As Possible
Thanking you Sir,
Sorry for making delay to reply, Sir, I am trying over here. Now I am installing NEW FOG TRUNK On Ubuntu 14.04 x64bit Machine. If any problems occurs, I will keep them here.
Heartily Thanking you ALL,
Basavaraj from india…
@BasavarajC You should certainly update to trunk for the better support for multiboot images.
But to answer your question.
When I’ve done multi-boot images I typically use the linux Grub boot loader and therefore call it a Linux image in Fog.
If you use the Windows boot manager to select the OS at boot then I would try calling it Windows 7. Though personally I would reccomend using Linux as the image type and GRUB as the bootloader as there is a lot more documentation and support and overall reliability and control for the GRUB method in my experience.
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@BasavarajC There is much better support for multiboot images in FOG Trunk. Here is a guide on how to install it: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Upgrade_to_trunk
It’s fine if you already have 1.2.0 installed, but you can also install FOG Trunk from scratch as well.
First of all, I am heartily Thankful to you Sir (Sebastian Roth and Tom Elliott ) For giving me Reply , I am so Happy…
Source Link --> https://sourceforge.net/projects/freeghost/files/latest/download
Version is fog_1.2.0.tar.gz
Yes please tell us the version of FOG you are using. It’s in the blue cloud symbol on the web interface…
What version of FOG are you using?