I recall I had the same problem with an earlier Acer product, however, I upgraded to 3.3.3 kernel, and it worked fine. If I knew which “switch” needed to be done on the kernel, I may be able to compile it.
The only other way to massively remove hosts is to access the database directly and remove them from there. It’s easy if you want to just remove all of them:
[CODE]TRUNCATE TABLE hosts;[/CODE]
Or if you have some known host value that you can leverage; such as all hosts currently assigned imageID 3:
[CODE]DELETE FROM hosts WHERE hostImage = 3;[/CODE]
If you’re not used to messing around in MySQL then you might want to consider installing phpmyadmin, which will give you a web interface for managing the database.
I agree with djm79 (again, promise I’m not stalking ya). You don’t delete the image definition. When you need to update an image, you DEPLOY to proper hardware, make your updates, and then UPLOAD that computer and it overwrite the old version of the image.
Some things to note:
Make sure you prepare the computer before uploading the image. If you make tons of changes, it’s probably wise to defrag again and chksdsk /f
Remove from the domain before you upload.
An image that is being uploaded is stored in /images/dev/, and when complete, is moved to /images/imagename. So you’ll need enough storage available to hold the old image and the new image until the image is completely uploaded and FOG removes the old files and replaces with the new ones.
I don’t know if this is any help to you now, but someone else may benefit:
I was getting GRUB errors with DelFX710 thin clients running Windows 7 WES (window Embedded). These thins had the most recent updates applied and would be unbootable. I found some fresh out of the box without the updates (same thin client hardware). Perfect images no problem. The defining difference (I think) is that the non-updated ones used GRUB 1.5. The new ones GRUB 2.
[quote=“joshua, post: 3872, member: 146”]Hunter, when you goto the server IP /fog/client in your web browser, you should already have a download for Sysprep.
for me when I goto 192.168.1.63/fog/client I see this:
However, if you want to add more to it, I guess you could just modify the index.php file to include whatever you wish.
You can find that file here in Ubuntu 10 (and probly the same for all Debain based installs).
Hope this helps[/quote]
Thanks for the direction, it works, added a DL for the Win7 unattend file.