I’m trying to image a hp8100. However, It keeps crashing when deploying the image. I looked online and saw that it requires:
0.29 Kernel - 126.96.36.199 PS otherwise poor performance.
I think 0.29 specifies the version of fog right? - I have 0.32 but i saw that others were successful at using that. However, when i try to download that kernel from within FOG, I get an error as the file is unavailable. I have managed to find it on sourceforge but i have no idea how to configure it. I am using the latest version of ubuntu desktop. I am 2nd/3rd line desktop support analyst, working my way up to becoming a server administrator and have very limited knowledge in how to use Debian based linux (or any others!!)
To make matters worse, when rebooting ubuntu (after installing it), i get a tftp error and the server stops working. I am using a public internet with a netgear wireless router. (testing envoronment) I have disabled DHCP on the router/gateway, however the setup im using is off the network as we do not want to deploy a work in progress in a live environment. From reading the documentation, I am led to believe that FOG already has a DHCP/DNS server inbuilt so I would have thought that this would cirvumvent pxe not finding TFTP. Any step in the right direction would be most welcomed.
Oh and i’ve got the same setup at home, but am only imaging 745’s which are not too fussy. I am running it off vmware workstation along with a proper DNS/DHCP/AD environment and i’m also encountering the same error after first reboot.