I’m checking it out right now. will let you know.
After deploying Ubuntu image using FOG the EXT4 partition (main partition with the boot flag and the actual Ubuntu OS) is really small. And each time we have to extend the partition manually based on the disk size.
Is it any way that FOG can extend the partition automatically to MAX size?
Thank you very much for the reply.
I have upgraded to RC10. and also tried your solution (changing the host exit type to refInd) - the problem still occurs.
Although - I have found the problem (!!) but I don’t have the solution for it. The problem is definitely with the routing to the EFI file to handle the boot process. I tried to manually navigate to the Ubuntu EFI file from the EFI shell on a machine that I have just deployed the image on, and the Ubuntu OS booted successfully… any suggestions?? maybe post installation script or something?
I’m expriecining problems while trying to deploy Ubuntu 16.04 image with FOG. I’m able to capture and deploy the captured image and I get no errors during the deploy / capture process, although - after the deployment ubuntu won’t load on the target machine and i’m just getting a blank black screen (image attached)