Is there a kernel that has the SCSI vmware support?
I have tried the latest on 3.1-rc8 Core but it doesn’t work.
I setup my images folder to be a mount to a SAMBA share.
But now it am receiving
This is sounding like an access problem. I tried the Chmod and Chown the /images folder but is get access denied, even with the sudo command.
This is the permission on the images folder. It is also the permission on all of the files inside the images folder.
The SAMBA server is a windows server 2008 box, the user account the fog server is useing to access the share has full access, to that share. Both locally and remotely
Is this even possible to do?
BTW, LOVE THE NEW FOURMS!!! the edit button is my Favorite :)
[quote=“Jacob H. Weeks, post: 2228, member: 716”]Could Someone Please Provide A Step-By-Step Guide On How To Set The Server up on an Ubuntu system including everything that needs to be done before and after running ./installfog.sh?[/quote]
The Tutorials section is helpful
[quote=“Fernando Gietz, post: 252, member: 13”]We have developed this feature, but we use fog 0.30.
That is cool, I would be interested in something like that. Would it to to much trouble to post the coding behind this? Even if it is for the older version, I bet people would find it useful, maybe even update it to the newer version.
At the moment the only way to do this, it to do what Blackout said, and rename or delete the secondary partition image. Then when fog does a restore, will not be able to find the second partition and error out and skip it. As long as your partition layout is exactly the same on every computer, it will not destroy any data on the secondary partition.
The thing that sucks about this setup is whenever you update you image, you will need to remember to rename or delete the secondary partition, otherwise it will overwrite all the data on the secondary partition with the one on the server, and that is not good.
There has been a bunch of people who want this, but so far no one has done any thing about it. I am not sure if they forms are still lthere some where, and we just don’t has access to it, or if it is totaly gone.
It sounds like it is a giant pain to try to capture any information from the old forums, because it doesn’t have the formatting, so if you copy and past you loose all paragraphs and stuff like that, it is just a mess of text. That is even worse if there is any code you need.
It would be cool if we could just download the old forum data. I don’t think it could be that big maybe a few GBs or something.
I did find out that Google cache has some of the forums, you can grab if you want.
Hmm that is strange, your are missing a lot of files.
/etc/dhcp3 should have
a folder dhclient-enter-hooks.d
a folder dhclient-exit-hooks.d
a file dhclient.conf
a file dhcpd.conf
If you want here is my dhcp3 folder
I think you will just need to edit your dhcpd.conf file, to the subnet you were using.
That would be cool.
One of the schools I worked for, had a program called LanDesk, and it would do p2p for deploying windows and also updates. They would have the main server, that gets the updates, then sends it to a few clients, then other clients would connect to those few clients and then it would just grow from there.
But we had a few problems, like one time we where deploying windows on every computer at a school, and one of the first computers, that got the information from the main server, got a corrupted copy, then sent it on the all of the other clients. We ended up having to redo everything again.
But that would be fixed if they just did a CRC check on all of the files. I think that is what the normal bit torrent does.