I’ve looked through all your dumps, samples and posts several times but it still does not ring a bell for me. From what I can see in those files it’s all just perfectly normal and should not report any errors (hopefully I haven’t missed anything!). Two more things you might try out. First is this script I found on the net: [url]https://raw.githubusercontent.com/arvidjaar/scriptlets/master/walkparts.sh[/url]
Download it to the FOG server and put it in ‘/images/dev’. The only thing I had to change to make it work within FOG is change ‘/bin/sh’ to ‘/bin/bash’ in the first line of the script! Then start a debug upload([S]download)[/S] session and run:
Hit Enter till you see ‘Mounting File System . . .’ then Ctrl+C
What do you get from that script?? An while you have that session running you could give ‘testdisk’ a go too. Would be interesting to see if ‘testdisk’ is complaining about the missing msdos signature too?!?!!
[B]EDIT: It was quite late when I wrote this and I got carried away! Do the first two tests on your master-client in a debug-upload-session but please do not continue with the third one on that same client!! Start one or more of your other client(s) in a normal/debug multicast/download session for the following test…[/B]
One more thing you can try out while you’ve got that debug download session running. As kind of a workaround you could try faking the partition table. You probably have a complete uploaded image (d1p1.img, d2p1.img, d2p2.img d2p5.img) on your FOG server ready. Possibly the only problem keeping you from deploying those image files proberly is the incorrect ‘d2.partitions’ file. Edit ‘/images/lenovothinkcentrev2/d2.partitions’:
[CODE]# partition table of /dev/sdb
/dev/sdb1 : start= 2048, size= 204800, Id= 7, bootable
/dev/sdb2 : start= 206848, size=232593408, Id= 7
/dev/sdb3 : start=232814043, size= 1622501, Id= f
/dev/sdb4 : start= 0, size= 0, Id= 0
/dev/sdb5 : start=232814106, size= 1622438, Id= 7[/CODE]
Then try downloading the image to your client. Does that work??