@wayne-workman Running that command fixed the issue.
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So I am setting up a FOG server. I got DHCP working properly and is handing out IP addresses. So I changed the IP address of the server from 172.16.10.55 from when I initially installed FOG. After making my changes in both the FOG configuration file and on the FOG web interface for the IP settings.I tried PXE booting a machine and got the following when trying to PXE boot a machine:
tftp://10.10.10.1/default/pxe … ok
http://172.16.10.55/fog/service/ipxe/boot.php… Network unreachable(http://ipxe.org/280a6090)
I then tried running the FOG installer again and got the following result in the terminal:
- Found FOG Settings from previous install at: /opt/fog/.fogsettings
*Perfoming upgrade using thses settings
Sorry, answer not recognized.
Please change the installation directory
Running from here will fail.
RE: Portable Fog Server
So I am looking to do the same task here. I didn’t really find a clear cut answer but how much disk space is necessary for just FOG itself? I am planning on using a laptop to do imaging for long distance sites. I would only have two images on there, and on my FOG server those only take up about 35 gb of space. So what is the minimum storage requirement just for the FOG software itself?
RE: Windows 7 Image
I am in the process of testing that image on the first machine. With those settings UEFI and CSM enabled encryption worked on the image I built from scratch. So I rebuilt it and pulled it on FOG. I am imaging it on a machine right now to test out to see if it will encrypt per GP. And yes secure boot is turned off during the imaging process, while UEFI and CSM is on.
RE: Windows 7 Image
Think I found the issue in the BIOS:
If it’s FAT32 (so UEFI boot) go to BIOS and turn off secure boot but leave in UEFI mode. Enable CSM support. If it’s FAT32 (so UEFI boot) go to BIOS and turn off secure boot but leave in UEFI mode. Enable CSM support.
I am building a image from scratch and will try it and will let you know once I am able to test it.