My scenario is very simple:
4 MBR partitions, all primary. sda1 - windows reserved, sda2 - Windows 10, sda3 - Ubuntu (16.04 LTS), sda4 - swap.
I created an image of this layout using the default image settings, the only things I changed were operating system (set to Linux) and image type set to multiple partitions (not resizable).
I deployed the image back to the computer I captured from to test.
Windows 10 is ok, I didn’t see any problems.
But Ubuntu behaves strangely. First, the boot process takes longer and the splash screen appears (it didn’t before deploy). Here it is:
And after deploy:
Another thing I noticed is that Ubuntu seems slower when opening apps or logging in in other accounts I created, compared to how it worked before deploy.
Is FOG doing something to the Ubuntu partition after deployment? Something like reinstalling GRUB or changing in any way the Linux config files?