Hopefully there’s someone more knowledgeable out there that can help me troubleshoot… I am trying to set up a very small-scale FOG installation to assist with maintaining a school media center’s collection of about 40 Win7 Starter netbooks. I’m trying to install FOG on the Ubuntu (12.10) portion of a dual-boot Win7S/Ubuntu netbook, and using an 8-port NetGear router to help image machines. The “server” netbook is able to connect to our wireless (filtered) network.
I’m guessing that there’s some tweak I need to make in the standard FOG install process that will allow the server netbook to act as a DHCP server, and have the client netbooks boot to PXE through the router to connect to FOG. But I’m going on trial-and-error here…
Is there an obvious change in the FOG install process that I’m missing? Is there a service I need to start on the Ubuntu netbook that the FOG portal isn’t doing automatically? Or could my problem be hardware related?
Any help is most appreciated…and obviously, any additional info I didn’t provide here I’d be happy to in order to help troubleshoot.