I can now get FOG to boot to the unit without the video going crazy, I was even able to (as far as I know) pull an image from it. However, it does not want to push the image, freezing up about a third of the way through. I noticed that using this custom image, the other Acer’s (Veriton N281G/N282G) did the same thing while trying to have an image deployed to them.
I seem to recall a similiar problem regarding the network pull/push with the N281G/N282G when initially trying FOG, however updating the kernel to 3.3.3 fixed this. So obviously there’s a trigger in the 3.3.3 kernel that may fix the problem with the Veriton 2620.
This is a bit urgent as the people above me are basically looking to me to get this work, and the previous machines we used (Veriton N281G) are going End-of-Life…
Essentially what I am asking for is this:
[CODE]Kernel - 3.3.3 Core
FOG ID: 1049
Date: April 27, 2012
FOG Type: Core[/CODE]
with this trigger mentioned below:
[QUOTE][SIZE=2][FONT=sans-serif]"The below details are the best recommendation from our HQ side. Btw, have they tried to compile their linux base on kernel 3.6.6-lp.1? Because as per discussion with our HQ team, this is the initial solution.[/FONT][/SIZE]
[SIZE=3][FONT=Calibri]Please rebuild kernel to disable below feature:[/FONT][/SIZE]
-Direct Rendering Manager (XFree86 4.1.0 and higher DRI support)–> Enable modesetting on intel by default[/FONT][/SIZE][SIZE=3][FONT=Calibri]Or add kernel parameter “i915.modeset=0” in the booting.[/FONT][/SIZE][/QUOTE]
Thank you for all of your help!