installing fog on centos 6
can anyone let me know if there are any good guides on how to install fog on centos 6.7
@robertkwild As I posted in the other thread,
“I would recommend that you install the FOG trunk version (1.2.0 trunk a.k.a pre1.3.0) and not 1.2.0 stable if you need support for uefi, gpt, and windows 10 support. https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/Upgrade_to_trunk
You can install the trunk version directly and don’t need to install 1.2.0 stable first. Just go directly to the trunk. Use svn or git to get the installer then launch the installer. For Centos FOG installs clean without any problems.”
im running fog 1.2.0 on centos 6.7
i dont see the operating system that i want to create the image for (windows 10)
image management > create new image > operating system
shall i select windows 8.1 or windows other?
dont really understand why you need to add hosts ie computers to the fog server?
Start playing with it and I am sure you’ll find out soon! Just let us know if you run into issues.
boom job done
now i need to find out how to actually use it, ie capture and deploy images, dont really understand why you need to add hosts ie computers to the fog server?
i disbaled selinux and iptables
installed repos - epel/elrepo/remi/rpmforge
installed packages it asks for
downloaded fog, ran the install script
followed the onscreen instructions
Wayne Workman last edited by Wayne Workman
There’s this: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Installation_on_CentOS_6.4
But it’s very out-dated material and not very well written.
I’d recommend using CentOS 7 and FOG Trunk. We have a beautiful article on it that goes step-by-step right here, it even has a video!