Thanks Wayne for taking time to reply.
I will review your suggestions. I’m not really committed to Ubuntu so perhaps changing to OS is worth a look.
I have been running my FOG server, version 1.2.0, on Ubuntu 10.04 for some time. I would like to upgrade Ubuntu to a newer version. Can anyone offer suggestions and caveats regarding problems I will encounter? How much reconfiguration/reinstallation will be necessary?
Thanks for your assistance.
I thought about the one-drive-at-a-time idea but it is clunky. This is just one PC, I have only a few that are dual boot, all the others have only one OS/drive to image. I was hoping to use the same imaging configuration. It would be really cool if there was the ability to select only one drive to image from within FOG.
I have a dual boot Windows PC with XP and 7. XP is on the drive and Win 7 is in the E: drive. Ideally I would like to image both drives; multiple disks seemed like the correct option but that does not work as expected. I can’t figure out how to do that.
Alternatively, I would like to image just the E: drive. Is there a way to select which drive is imaged?