SOLVED 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.
Wayne Workman last edited by
@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…
Tom Elliott last edited by
What version of FOG are you using?