Thank you for the response.
I ended up going back and comparing the file to another one I downloaded on another computer, and they were different sizes. Moved the new one in and it was able to mount fine.
So I am unable to get fog to boot using UEFI. I get the following error:
This comes up EXTREMELY quick, I had to record it in 120FPS with my phone to catch it and its only on the screen, partially, for a couple frames.
After that error, it just drops back to the boot menu, or continues booting normally.
I have tried multiple systems, and I have double checked the DNS settings, but if its getting the file, I don’t think the problem is there.
Is there any way to queue an image restore remotely?
This is what I’m trying to do, maybe you guys have a better idea of what I can do to achieve this.
I have 3 test machines that our techs are using, they test something, then restore an image from for further testing. I would like it if there was some kind of script they could run that tells fog to queue the machine up for image on boot instead of me having to go to the UI and queue up the drop.
That did it! Thank you guys!
Ok, fixed that and capturing a new image now, but I have to head home for the day. I’ll update tomorrow, but I bet that’s it.
Awsome guys, thank you. Especially you Sebastian for wracking your brain over it!
Had that problem, moved the server and added more diskspace 6 months ago.