Found the problem, needed to disable TPM 2.0 security in the Bios prior to deployment.
Trying to deploy Latitude 7290 image and I receive this:
Can someone please shed light why this is happening?
@george1421 Thank you for the help. Capture seems to be working properly now.
@george1421 Thanks, testing. I’ll post an update once complete.
If you have an image and I would like to capture new version of it.
Would it ok to overwrite it or capture it as a new entry?
@george1421 Thanks for quick response. Can you please provide instructions how to do it?
Fresh build ubuntu 18.04, FOG 1.5.4
When trying to capture, it been slow and then received the CPU error. No issue when deploying.
Read around here that kernel downgrade(to 4.15.2) might be a solution, but the issue was not marked as solved.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
Host Latitude 7270
Trying to capture an image and it’s failing with this error.
In addition, now I cannot boot from PXE
When refreshing the console web page it shows FOG 0.31, if I re-login, it will come back to normal.
@george1421 The following steps allowed me to capture and deploy 7290 image:
Although, everything seems to work, there ACPI errors which I am not sure if it’s a concern.
Please see Video 2 HERE
Client: Latitude 7290 with Windows 10
I have Latitude E7290. The boot is uefi and it seems that I cannot change it to legacy.
In addition, it seems that there bitlocker signature on dev\sda3 header. I disable the bitlocker service, but that did not help.
How can I capture\deploy this laptop with FOG?
Please keep in mind that our FOG is servicing other laptop models with legacy bios.