OOOk thanks a lot !
I believed I would have to make some changes in this embedded system to make my FOG system running with very special clients (RAID, multi-OS, grub2…)
I’m trying to understand FOG’s mechanism in way to modify it for my project.
bzImage is the kernel that will be downloaded by the client and locally executed.
But what is exactly the file /tftpboot/images/init.gz ? Uncompressing it shows me a complete filesystem, but when is this file useful during PXE Boot Process ?
Sorry for my curiosity
Have all a sweet night
when trying to deploy an image on a server. I got the same error than here : [url]http://fogproject.org/forum/threads/changing-hostname-unmount-cant-unmount-ntfs.444/[/url]
I followed the tips but don’t get it… Is there someone who had the same problem and solved it ?
I recently tried to make a backup of a server (two SATA hard drives in RAID-1 with a SCSI Controller) using fog. I got the problem written in the title before imaging begins… I follow the instructions here [url]http://www.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php/Images_Directory_Permissions[/url] but it didn’t help me.
However, I’m able to image my laptop without problems. My question is also : does FOG support RAID-1 ? And if yes, does anyone have a solution ?
PS: Sorry for my frenchie english ^^