If anyone else is having this issue the fix was:
symbolically link /var/www/fog to /var/www/html/fog
ln -s /var/www/fog /var/www/html
Mod edited to include command.
Nevermind it was user error obviously.
The hostnames were way too long and weren’t being imported.
Any chance an error can be thrown in stating that hostnames are too long instead of showing import successfully?
Thanks for the help btw!
Still having issues with this.
My excel spreadsheet looks like this:
I’m saving it as a .csv (comma delimited)
It shows all hosts have imported successfully but will only import the same 6 hosts as before and no one else.
Importing host.csv doesn’t seem to be importing the whole list - or maybe I’m just impatient.
I’ve downloaded our DHCP client list and only have the MAC, hostname, added image ID, and OSID. When
I import the list only 5 or 6 clients are actually imported. The rest do not show up. There’s about 177 clients
I installed FOG Thursday or Friday of last week - I then just updated it right before posting this morning.
How do I drop the FOG database and re-establish it? Would it be easier to just blow the server away and start new? I only have 1 host, no images or anything else.
Still having issues with this. I’ve upgraded to RC-15 and it’s still not showing check boxes.
Maybe it’s me? I’m going to Service Settings for the host - all boxes are grey except Select/Deselect All. I’ll select that box, hit update, and it’ll notify me the changes have been saved but all boxes are still unchecked.
Can disable FOG Service Settings but cannot re-enable them.
Tried checking Hostname Changer setting, but when applied it shows the box unchecked and says “saved”.
FOG GIT 7919
I am creating a pre-sysprepped image (Windows 10) with very minor software installed.
I can capture the image with all software I needed installed with the exception of the FOG client.
When I install the FOG client, sysprep, and capture the computer captures the image as normal, but
when it restarts it gives me the error or something along these lines “Windows 10 cannot be installed on this computer. Try restarting”. Restart just repeats the same error message.
If I uninstall the FOG client and capture the image all is well. I’ve used both the Smart Installer and Network Installer with no luck. The reason I’m not pushing this out through the network is because we are still using Novell and not AD.
If I’m doing something incorrectly can someone tell me where I’m messing up? I’ve been able to do this before.