I get the issue when deploying. I think, upon reflection, that this may be because I was attempting to deploy a 160gb image from a 320gb hard drive to a smaller 250gb hd, which is not allowed unless using DD mode I understand.
However, when I try to deploy to an equal size partition I get a segmentation fault of some sort (I’m sorry I haven’t saved the error).
I’m using fog 0.32 on Lenovo laptops.
I just made an image using DD and I’m now trying to deploy it to another computer using deploy with debug.
I get this, among other notifications:
acerhdf: unknown (unsupported) BIOS version LENOVO… etc etc etc. ( I always get this error )
I type fog:
everything goes smoothly until…
Now FOG will attempt to restore the image using DD. Starting transfer, this may take a very long time…
/bin/fog: line 1169 gunzip: not found
0+0 records in
0+0 records out
Changing hostname… umount: can’t umount /ntfs: Invalid argument.
- Updating Computer Database Status
- Database Updated!
- Task Complete, computer will now restart
I also have tried to do this with the OS field set to Other and received an Operating System not found error.
I checked fdisk and it appears to have partitioned the target computer’s hard drive more or less according to the partitions of the source before it failed… See uploaded screenshots for comparison.
I ended up just booting into debug mode and then mounting the /images folder as it says to do here: “[url]http://www.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Troubleshooting_an_image_push_to_a_client[/url]” and then running this command:
dd if=/images/frontenddevraw of=/dev/sda
Now it’s echoing “[ 1044.2528912 ] r8169 0000:09: 00.0: eth0: link up” over and over but incrementing the number and occasionally interspersing other messages. Is it doing anything?
Can anyone help? I would love it if there was a guide to imaging windows/linux dual boot systems…
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