wget -O /var/www/fog/service/ipxe/init_32.xz https://fogproject.org/inits/init_32.xz
It now works completely.
Thank you very much.
But it still needs to be able to write the partitions and data in the correct order.
If that wasn’t the case then why did we make a post init to properly identify the nvme0n1p1 when we did the:
lsblk -dpno KNAME -I 3,8,9,179,202,253,259 | uniq | sort -
lsblk -no pkname /dev/nvme0n1p1
When my capture/hardware hasn’t change.
Look back at the conversation in PM from 11 days ago and see if that maybe adds more context? I am a little confused myself x.x
That is what I told @Tom-Elliott in the priv-chat.
This is similar to what happened before and he fixed in a post-init but it’s not working again.
I am out of the office but will do that tomorrow.
Additionally this WAS working before I updated utilizing his post-init, as I can deploy the image fine that I capture before and I use to be capture fine, now it’s broken.
-aX --checksum-mode=X Checksum formula to use to add error detection\n"
" where X:\n"
" 0: No checksum (no slowdown, smallest image)\n"
" 1: CRC32 (Fast to compute, basic detection)\n"
Removed the postinit
Replaced the inits with artifacts.
Linux is working with capturing, still need to test deployment with Linux.
Still needing to test deployment & capture with Mac after the above changes.
Linux deployment works.
Mac deployment works, still needing to test capture. Want to write the master image before rewriting the golden image on Mac.
done echo "Done" debugPause dots "Getting Windows/Linux Partition Count" countPartTypes "$hd" "ntfs" "ntfscnt" countPartTypes "$hd" "extfs" "extfscnt" countPartTypes "$hd" "*" "partscnt" if [[ $ntfscnt -eq 0 && $extfscnt -eq 0 ]]; then echo "Failed" debugPause handleError "No resizable partitions found ($0)\n Args Passed: $*" fi echo "Done"
Is where it is failing in the code, not sure what is causing this issue?