It does not boot. Just goes to the bios screen.
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RE: Chainloading Failed
After unplugging from the network and trying to boot, we just get the bios screen wanting us to select a boot method. I am wondering if the GPT partition is not correct.
We went through all of the EFI Exit types and no luck.
Any way to verify the partitions that fog is pushing down to it? We use this image on 200+ desktops just fine.
Only on Surface Pro 3 's do we get this, all other devices work.
The surface will image just fine, but when trying to boot to the hard disk it gives us the "input/output error (http://ipxe.org/1d0c6598) ""Chainloading faild hit “s” for the IPXE shell.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
I am on the latest SVN of fog 7593. Running on debian 7.
Fog Working Great With Debian 7.6
I figured this may help some people. We were having all sorts of issues with FOG and could not get it fully operational with anything besides .32 on 12.04lts ubuntu. The new fog server we were building had Ubuntu 14.04 lts. After seeing a few post here about 14.04 not being supported - we changed to Debian 7.6.0 . Since then everything has worked as expected. I would just suggest to all of you running into issues that possibly ditching Ubuntu and going with Debian might be a less painful route. We are now running 1.2 just fine.
Will say that we tried on Centos 7 and it did not install - mysql problems. I think it has to do with the mariadb.
Thank you to the Dev team for all the work, it functions great now.
Adding Images Back in
After the redo and every thing - I think I am back up for the most part. I am adding the images back in but having an issue with my windows 7 images. I am sure this is something simple, just don’t know what to do.
Operation Not supported
I figured I better start a new thread for this problem.
Just upgraded to fog 1.1.0 and did it with a fresh database with fresh linux install (14.04 ubuntu). The only thing I carried over was the host. Still getting Operation Not supported. Kind of at a loss. Upgraded bios on 990’s to A18 (most current) didn’t seem to help. Dell 390 doing the same, I was able to get it to work on “e0478-DEFAULT-TEST” ipxe.pxe . Nothing else so far though seems to get them to work.