@george1421 I downloaded a copy from the kernel directory on a different PC and copied it over. They were just called bzImage and bzImage32. I will get the version in the morning and report back.
I did run the test before I left and it did fail network. I also wasn’t able to see the mac address or IP through the menu.
Also, running Ubuntu 14-04 LTS
I get bzImage: x86 boot sector
And I got the bzImage from here https://fogproject.org/kernels/
EDIT 2: Not sure why the edit from my main post vanished. Let me put that here again.
I took a video of the newest message. From reading the blurry video, this is what I can read before the fog text logo comes up.
mmc0: Unknown controller version (3). You may experience problems.
usb 1-5: device descriptor read\64, error -71
EXT4-fs (read): couldn’t mount as ext3 due to feature incompatibles
Starting logging: OK
Populating /dev using udev: udev: error creating spell? fd: Function not implemented
EDIT 3: Took bzImage files and init files from a test fog machine I was messing with. 1.3.0 FOG on there. Copied the to the FOG 1.2.0 server.
The compatibility test comes back with disk and network passing.
Trying to register a host and I get:
Unable to register host: Invalid MAC Address (/bin/fog.man.reg)
I think I am making some progress here.