I had checked out SVN 2335 and indeed it is properly shows the image file size in the webui.
Thansk for the quick response
I am using Fog V 1.2.0 on a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and have noticed when you go to the Image Management page in the Webui, it is not showing the size of the image on the SERVER. It is showing the size ON Client. this isn’t a big deal but just a little bug I found. (screenshot Below)
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I have testing out fog 1.2.0 on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on devices in UEFI only network boot. what I am doing is I am having them boot to the snponly.efi tftpboot file, when the device gets the file it loads into the Fog menu. When I get into the menu and I try to do a Full Host Registration, the screen blanks out then very briefly shows init.xz then just goes back to the Fog menu. Any device I try this with does the same thing. I have also tried the other .efi files found here —> [CODE]https://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk/packages/tftp[/CODE] with those files i get a kernel panic-not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown block(0,1) message.
Any help or knowledge would be appreciated
I have been having issues with trying to get some Dell Latitude 10 tablets to PXE boot from Fog. Currently I am working on getting our Fog ver 1.2.0 up and running with our current hardware. Unfortunately, I have been running into issue with these devices. What happens is that I get the devices to pxe boot through the dock, the device gets an IP, then proceeds to download the pxe file (undionly.kpxe, ipxe.pxe, snponly.efi, etc etc…) the last thing that is shown on the screen is “Succeeded to download the NBP file” it then just goes straight into loading Windows.
So far the only thing I have tried is downloading all the files located here —>[CODE]https://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk/packages/tftp[/CODE] I have tried getting the tablets to boot to all of these with no avail…
To possible help you help me a little background info on these stinky tablets are, they are 32bit UEFI only device (no legacy boot), they have to be docked in order to pxe boot, so far the only thing that it would pxe boot to is WDS server 2012 or 2012 R2.
Any help would be much appreciated, thanks
[url="/_imported_xf_attachments/1/1371_PXE Screenshot.png?:"]PXE Screenshot.png[/url]
One quick question, is it possible to have Ipxe itself recognize the architecture it is being loaded onto and boot accordingly, or at least something of the like. As for ArchFan’s suggestion, we are running Server 2012 R2 and unfortunately they removed Option 93 from the DHCP Scope Options.
As of right now it will be on a as needed basis as we had just refreshed our lab, staff, and student machines this summer. the only thing is they are currently in legacy boot only mode right now, except the Dell Latitude 10 tablets. So if I were to re-image them I would have to change the BIOS boot to UEFI only, barring that my devices can do a UEFI pxe boot.
Right, I have some Dell Latitude 10 tablets that will only boot into uefi only. These devices do not have a legacy boot option… I do know of getting ipxe.efi and putting it into tftp folder and point dhcp to there, but doing this the legacy devices may not work. but i will check as i believe my legacy devices do also have a Uefi boot option as well. Maybe i can get this to work right.
Hi fellow Foggers,
I have a quick question to ask about this new version of Fog. As i have learned in the past, Ver. 0.32 did not support uefi pxe booting, and I do know that this version does. In my environment I do have a mixed bag of Legacy boot devices and Uefi boot devices. I was wondering if Fog is now able to boot to both, or more specifically, can it tell what can kind of a device that is pxe booting and then give the proper boot file to the device.
I have downloaded and installed 0.33b on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS for the sake of testing Fog on our Dell Latitude 10 tablets. After installing and testing, the tablets are still unable to boot to the NBP file that it gets from Fog. The tablets do get an ip and pull the nbp down but does not load to it. Here’s a little background on these devices, they are using a 32bit UEFI ONLY bios and cannot be switched to legacy mode, They can pxe boot fine from Windows Deployment Services off of server 2012 as the wdsnbp file from server 2012 can be loaded by a UEFI device. Any assistance on trying to get these devices to work properly with Fog would be AWESOME.
I wanted to give you an update on my issue… I was able to get the server back up and running by re-running the installation, as it may have seemed that I was missing some of the proper software on Ubuntu 12.04 for Fog to run properly. After re-running the installation all I had to do then was edit config.php with the proper mysql password and now get back to imaging all my machines now.
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